Dermoplast for infants

Question

Hello guys my name is Tamara Queen, dermoplast for infants? Is it recommended? I was thinking of using this spray on my little angel since she has developed some nasty diaper rash.

A lot of mothers on online forums are saying that they have also used this spray on their babies and never had any problems or side effect afterwards, but I would like to hear from you guys. Is dermoplast really safe to be used on infants?

Dermoplast is mostly used by adults and hospitals give it to mothers to use it after birth, I’ve never heard any nurse recommending this dermoplast spray on toddlers, should I take the risk and use it?

I was also wondering where I can find dermoplast in Canada. I’ve never bought this spray before, I got it for free from the hospital the last time I’ve used it.

Dermoplast for infants

Yes you can use dermoplast on infants.

According to the dermoplast company, their spray is also safe to use on infants, and according to the FDA this spray can be also used on children under the age of two. Using dermoplast on babies is very safe.

But don’t ever use the red dermoplast spray called “dermoplast antibacterial spray” on children younger than 5 years old.

If you are thinking about using this spray on your child, make sure to only use the blue spray called “dermoplast pain relieving spray” not the red spray.

How many times can this spray be used on infants?

According to dermoplast their spray can be used anytime during the day but it cannot be used more than 4 times a day.

I would advise parents to only use this 3 times a day and maybe 4 times if necessary but do not use it more than 4 times a day it against dermoplast terms.

Where can you but this spray?

Well there are a lot of online stores that are selling dermoplast, such as eBay, Walgreen, Walmart but I would only recommend you to buy this spray at amazon because they are cheap.


What is the difference between the Blue spray and the Red spray?

The blue dermoplast spray is the original formula of dermoplast.

The blue spray is the first spray the dermoplast company came up with, they made it to provide quick relief and it can be used on wounds and stitches.

A lot of people uses this spray on minor injuries since it provided fast relief.

About 83 percent of women use dermoplast after labor, some new mothers uses it for vaginal tear and some use it for c section stitches.

About 65% percent of hospitals around the United State of America are providing this spray for free but to only women who just gave birth.

Some hospitals around Europe have also started to provide this spray for free to people after surgery, some get it after circumcision, some get it after labia plasty and some get it after episiotomy.

The blue spray is well known around the world since it mostly used by women after having a baby. Some hospitals in Africa and Asia have also stared to order this spray so they can also provide it to women after labor.

The Red dermoplast spray

The red dermoplast spray is the second version of dermoplast, it is an upgrade from the blue spray, the red spray is stronger than the blue spray that why it cannot be used on infants.

The red spray was made to also work as the blue spray, but they added a lot of new ingredients to it, to provide protection against bacteria’s and germs, that why the red spray is called “dermoplast antibacterial spray”.

The red spray can be used for skin irritations associated with sunburns, it can also be used on minor wounds, minor cuts and minor injuries.

Bacteria’s and germs can slow down or delay the healing process of a wound that why a lot of people who have used the red spray on their wounds have said it made their wounds heal faster since this spray also provide protection against bacteria’s.

Why don’t you go to amazon TO READ CUSTOMER REVIEWS and hear what other parents have to say who have also used this spray on their babies.

It is very important TO READ CUSTOMER REVIEWS just to hear what other people are saying about that product before buying it just to get an idea of what you are getting yourself in to.

Don’t use dermoplast for diaper rash

A lot of mothers are using this spray on their infants for diaper rash, well I would advise women to not do that.

I have also tried dermoplast on my daughter when she developed diaper rash and this spray didn’t help at all.

Then what do I recommend?

The only thing I recommend to mothers for diaper rash is Triple Paste Medicated Ointment for Diaper Rash because it was recommended to me by my doctor and it worked. It cured my baby’s diaper rash within a week.

Dermoplast will only numb diaper rash pains but it will never cure it, dermoplast is not a cure, it is a pain reliving spray nothing more.

Question was: Dermoplast for infants? is it safe or not. by Tamara Queen, from Canada, 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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