Dermoplast for piercing

Question

Hey guys my name is Sia from Canada and I founded your website on Google, my question is should I use dermoplast for piercing?, I’ve heard a lot of good things about this spray but I’m really not sure if I will work.

Dermoplast for piercing

Yes dermoplast can be used for piercing, this spray can work for any skin irritation, itching and temporary pains, using it for piercing can be a great decision as well since it will make the healing process go smoother and faster.

Should you use the blue or red spray for piercing?

Well both sprays can be used for piercing it really up to you which one you buy, but I would recommend buying the Blue dermoplast spray for piercing since it will also protect your skin from getting any bacteria’s that may delay your healing process.

How many times can you use this spray for piercing?

You can use it as many times as you need, as long as you are felling pains, but do not use this spray more than 4 times a day.

The FDA and the dermoplast company have said this spray cannot be used more than 4 times a day 7 days a week.

If the pains get worse after using this spray for piercing then I would advise you to call your doctor to get some proper medication.

I’m very positive that this will help numb the piercing pains just because I’ve used this spray myself for temporary pains and I don’t have a single regret.

Why don’t you CLICK HERE TO READ CUSTOMER REVIEWS and hear what other people are saying who have also used this spray for piercing.

It very important TO READ CUSTOMER REVIEWS before buying anything online to avoid getting ripped off and to know what you are getting yourself in to.


Can I use this dermoplast spray on toddlers for piercing?

Yes, dermoplast was approved by the FDA to be also used on children under the age of two, just make sure to only use the blue spray on children under the age of 5.

Most parents who uses this spray on their children are using it for diaper rash. So yes it is okay to use this on your child.

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

The blue spray is the original formula of dermoplast, it is the first spray the company made, it best for deep wounds, deep cuts, injuries, stitches, piercing and after surgery. It is not toxic, it doesn’t have alcohol on it and also doesn’t sting.

The red dermoplast spray is the second formula of dermoplast, it is an upgrade of the blue spray, and the red spray is called “dermoplast antibacterial spray” because it has some more ingredients that were added to it. It best for skin irritations associated with sunburns.

How to get the best result when using this spray for piercing?

Well you need to use it 4 times a day, use it as soon as you wake up in the morning, use it during the day and use it at 6pm than lastly use it again before going to bed then you are going to heal faster.

Make sure you wash the area you want to use dermoplast on, clean that area with some warm water before spraying dermoplast on it.

The best thing you can do for yourself is by using dermoplast after your piercing, this spray will sooth your skin and moisture it at the same time.

Thanks for reading this post, I hope I have answered your question, thanks again for asking ask, may god bless you.

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