Dermoplast for chemical burn

Question

Hello guys my name is Samuel from India, well I had a little accident at work last week, I burned myself using chemicals when I was working, it not that bad but it painful and I just can’t take it anymore, the doctor gave me some pain killers but they are not doing me any good, I get dizzy every time I use pain killers.

When I spoke to my boss he told me about a spray called dermoplast and I’ve never heard of it until he told me, so my question is. Can I use dermoplast for chemical burn?

I would really appreciate it if you guys reply soon, I really need some help, and since there are two kinds of dermoplast sprays which one is it recommended for chemical burns? Thanks.

Yes dermoplast can be used for chemical burns, but it will not cure it, what the spray will do is relief you from the pain, clean the wound and also protect it from getting bacteria’s.

You need to take whatever the doctor gave you for healing your burn and also use dermoplast at the same time. Dermoplast will make the healing process much faster.

Which spray should you use for chemical burns?

You need to use the blue dermoplast spray.

The blue dermoplast spray is the original formula of dermoplast, it was made for cut, burns and itching. This spray can be used for deep wounds that are in sensitive areas on your body.

The red dermoplast is a newer version of dermoplast, it does the same thing as the blue spray, but this spray has more ingredients included on it, they added those ingredients to upgrade the spray, such as protection against bacteria’s and more.

The red spray is very strong and we don’t recommend it to be used for too sensitive areas or wounds.

How many times can you use this spray a day?

It depends on what are you using it for, it best to use it 2 times a day, but if you are experiencing too much pain you can use it more than 2 times a day, but don’t use it more than 4 times a day.

What do I recommend for chemical burn?

When I burned accidentally burned myself using iron, my doctor gave me the blue dermoplast and told me to buy Burn-FIX Burn care Treatment, and using Burn-FIX is what really helped me.

Burn-FIX was specially made and designed to treat burns, you need to buy it but also use dermoplast at the same time.

This won the best burn treatment in America voted by doctors, it is the best treatment to use for chemical burns.

As a person who have also used Burn-FIX, I’m 100% sure that it will work for you since it also worked for me.

This will moisturize your burn and make the healing process much faster.

Doctor Micheal S. Miller is a certified in General Surgery and full time specialist is also recommending Burn-FIX to people for chemical burns.

When you have an open wound or burn you need to get rid of the pain and avoid infections at the same time to make the healing process much faster and for that you need Burn-FIX and use the blue dermoplast at the same time.

Where can you buy Burn-FIX?

You can buy it bellow from amazon. They are the safest online store on the market right now. Your credit card will be safe.


Pleas go to amazon and read customer reviews to hear what other people are saying who have also used Burn-FIX for chemical burn.

It is very important to check customer reviews first before buying anything online to avoid getting ripped off and to know what you are getting yourself in to.

Question was: Can i use dermoplast for chemical burn. by Samuel from India, Please feel free to also ask us anything related to dermoplast. We have a huge team of people who are willing to answer your questions for free.

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