Dermoplast for uti

Question

Can i use Dermoplast for uti? I need something that can stop the burning down there, should I use dermoplast? Or what do you guys recommend?

Dermoplast for uti

Question was Answered by: Sharon Johnson

Sharon Johnson

Yes, using dermoplast for Urinary Tract Infection is the best thing you can do for yourself to stop the itching and the burning since this spray doesn’t even have side effect, but you need to make sure to only use the blue dermoplast spray not the red dermoplast spray.

Rebecca Wright

I’m thinking of using the red spray, is it okay?

Sharon Johnson

Did you hear what I’ve just said? Only use the blue spray called dermoplast pain relieving spray, please please don’t use the red spray called dermoplast antibacterial spray it is strong and it burns.

Another thing you should know before using dermoplast is that, according to the FDA this spray cannot be used more than 4 times a day…. You can use it as long as you need but don’t use it more 4 times a day, I don’t know why but the FDA have said so but you don’t want to disagree with the FDA lol.

Rebecca Wright

I have already bought the red dermoplast spray though?

Sharon Johnson

Then you better throw it in the bin and buy the blue spray.

Rebecca Wright

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

Sharon Johnson

The blue spray is the original formula of dermoplast, it recommended for too sensitive areas, it can be used on penis stitches or vaginal tear since it is not strong.

Hospitals only provide the blue dermoplast to women after giving birth to use on vaginal stitches or c section stitches because it doesn’t sting and it doesn’t burn, it best for too sensitive areas.

The red spray is the second formula of dermoplast, it is an upgrade from the blue spray, the dermoplast company wanted to improve the blue spray and they came up with an idea of making the red spray.

The red spray is very strong since it has some more new ingredients that were added to it, it not recommended for too sensitive areas since it very strong, a lot of women who have used the red dermoplast for vaginal tear, episiotomy and labial plasty have said the red spray burned their vaginas like fire and they would never use it again.

That why I’m advising you to only use the blue spray.

The red spray is best for use on areas that are not too sensitive such as using it for minor cuts, skin irritations associated with sunburns and more.

Rebecca Wright

So what are the benefit of using the blue dermoplast spray for UTI?

Sharon Johnson

You will benefit a lot, this spray will provide you with instant pain relief and the relief will last you for hours, it will stop the itching and the burning, it will protect the infection from bacteria’s and germs that may slow down your healing process.

It cheap, it doesn’t sting and also doesn’t burn, it doesn’t have any side effect to worry about and it will soothe and moisturize your "hoo ha" with Aleo, Lanoline and Menthol..

Rebecca Wright

Any tips you have for UTI?

Sharon Johnson

Lol, the only tip I would give you is to buy a squirt bottle, fill it with warm water right before you go and quirt the area right after you pee and make sure to also use dermoplast pain reliving spray… after that use tucks medicated cooling pads….

Have a nice day, may god bless you and good luck lol.

Rebecca Wright

Thank you very much, I’ll buy the blue dermoplast and some tucks medicated cooling pads right now, I love this websites it always have answers for everything…I wish I was rich so I would pay you guys for the free tips and information you give us.

Sharon Johnson

Well it okay, you don’t have to pay us anything, just worry about your situation and focus on getting better.

Question was: can i use Dermoplast for uti. by Rebecca Wright from Charleston, 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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