Dermoplast for minor cuts

Question

I need dermoplast for minor cuts, I kind of injured myself when I was making a dog house for the new puppy I bought for my daughter. Should I use the red spray or the blue spray?

dermoplast for minor cuts

Dermoplast is the best when it comes to minor cuts and deep cuts, you need to use dermoplast pain relieving spray for deep cut and use dermoplast antibacterial spray for minor cuts.

The best thing about using dermoplast for deep cuts or minor cuts is that it will make your healing process much smoother and a lots faster.

Did you know, dermoplast can also protect your cuts and wounds from germs and bacteria’s? Yes this spray will protect your cuts from any bacteria’s that may slow down your healing process.

Everybody know that bacteria’s and germs will delay your healing process that why people who use dermoplast heal a lot faster than people who doesn’t use this spray when they are injured.

and hear what other people are saying who have also used dermoplast for minor cuts , you will be amazed by the reviews since a lot of people are highly recommending this spray.

Can you use dermoplast on children for cuts?

Yes dermoplast can be used on children for wounds and cuts, this spray was approved by Dermoplast and the FDA to be also used on children under the age of two.

How many times do you need to use this spray a day on cuts and wounds?

You can use this spray as much as you want, just make sure you don’t use it more than 4 times a day, you need to wash your cuts with warm water before applying this spray on your cuts and wounds.

Please note:

  1. We don’t recommend people to use the red dermoplast spray on deeper cuts because it too strong and not recommended for use on too sensitive areas.
  2. You need to use the blue dermoplast on deeper cuts because it is the original spray that doesn’t have ingredients that the red spray has.

A lots of people who have used the red dermoplast on deeper wounds told us they regret using it because it was too strong and it burns.

The hospitals provide the blue spray for free after surgery because it not strong and very recommended for deep cuts and deep wounds.

So as long as you use the blue dermoplast on deeper wounds and use red dermoplast on minor wounds you will be fine. Using this spray on your cuts is the best thing you can do for yourself.

What is the difference between the blue and the red spray?

The blue spray is the original formula of dermoplast, it can be used for minor cuts, minor wounds, minor injuries, minor stitches and can be also used after surgery.

A lot of women are using it after labor, some women use it for vaginal tear and some use it on c section stitches.

Some males are using this spray after circumcision, and a lot of males who have used it after being circumcised have said it helped them heal faster.

The red spray is an upgrade of the blue spray, the dermoplast made the red spray to work exactly like the blue spray but they added some new ingredients on it to help protect the wounds from germs and bacteria’s.

The red spray is best for skin irritation associate with sun burns, itching and stitches that are not on too sensitive areas.

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