Dermoplast side effect

Question

What are dermoplast side effect that I should know about before I buy this spray? I want to use this spray after labor. A lot of women are recommending it but no one have said anything about the possible side effect from using this after birth.

Dermoplast side effect

Question was Answered by: Allison Clark

I have 4 children and I have given birth via c section and also vaginally, I used dermoplast on all my birth’s and I have never had any problems or experienced any side effect from using this spray.

There is really nothing to worry about from using dermoplast, this is one of the best pain relieving spray available on the market right now.

Dermoplast is the most used numbing spray by women after giving birth, some women use it for episiotomy, some used it for vaginal tear and some use it on their c section stitches.

65% percent of hospitals are providing dermoplast for free to new mothers after labor simple because it safe, it not toxic and it doesn’t sting.

Even some hospitals have started to provide dermoplast for free to males after circumcision surgery, a lot of males who have used dermoplast after circumcision have said it made their penis stitches heal a lot faster.

There are two dermoplast sprays though

There is a blue dermoplast spray called “dermoplast pain relieving spray” and there is a red dermoplast spray called “dermoplast antibacterial spray”.

You should only use the blue dermoplast spray on sensitive areas such as vagina, penis, deep injuries, deep wounds and after surgery.

Don’t use the red spray on sensitive areas because it burns and it stings, a lot of women who have used the red dermoplast on their vaginas after labor have said “it burned their vaginas like fire”.

You can use the red dermoplast spray on minor wounds, minor cuts, minor injuries and skin irritations associated with sun burns. The red spray is very strong.

Possible dermoplast side effect when using the red spray on sensitive areas:

  1. It burns
  2. It stings
  3. It makes the pain worse
  4. Redness
  5. Swelling
  6. Irritation
  7. Itching

As long as you are using the blue spray on sensitive areas you won’t have any problems from using dermoplast, just take my advice and only buy the blue spray.

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

The blue dermoplast spray is the first formula of dermoplast, some people call it the original formula of dermoplast, and it was the first spray the company made to numb pains within seconds after spraying it on yourself.

The red dermoplast spray is the second formula of dermoplast, some people call it the upgraded version of dermoplast, it is an upgrade from the blue spray.

The dermoplast company wanted to improve the blue spray then they came up with an idea of making the red spray. The red spray has some other ingredients that were added to it that why it is very strong.

to read the blue dermoplast spray customer reviews and hear what other people are saying who have used it.

CLICK HERE to read the red dermoplast spray customer reviews and hear what other customers are saying who have also used this spray.

One thing I can promise you is, you won’t have a single regret from buying dermoplast numbing spray, it one of the best pain relieving product available on the market right now.

What are possible dermoplast side effect when using it on children?

The FDA approved dermoplast to be also used on children younger than 2 years because it 100% percent safe, some women are using it on their toddlers and some on their infants, well I haven’t heard of any parent complaining about dermoplast after using it on children.

The FDA approved this spray to be also used on children for a reason, it safe, it not toxic and definitely worth using. Some mothers are even using dermoplast for diaper rash to numb the pains.


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