Dermoplast spray Australia

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Dermoplast spray in Australia? Is this spray available here? I’m giving birth next week, and I’ve been searching online for things to include on my hospital bag and a lot of mothers on YouTube and in forums recommend buying dermoplast and tuck pads.

I’ve bought tucks pads from a local shop but I can’t find dermoplast spray here in Australia, I’ve look everywhere, i've checked every store and every local pharmacy I know, where can I get this spray in Australia? I’m living in Perth.

Dermoplast spray australia

Question was Answered by: Sabrina Orchard

Some hospitals do provide dermoplast spray after birth for free of charge in Australia. But some don’t. So to be on a safe side buying it yourself is a very good choice.

I don’t know any pharmacy that is selling dermoplast in Australia, but it possible to get this spray while living there, your best and only solution would be buying it online from Amazon.

Amazon has launched an online store dedicated to Australian people, this is a very good news for Australian citizens since they will also get free shipping for most of the product sold on amazon.

THE BLUE DERMOPLAST SPRAY From Amazon.

Please Note: Don’t buy the red dermoplast spray if you want to use dermoplast after labor, the red dermoplast spray cannot be used during postpartum since it is very strong.

Whether you want to use dermoplast for vaginal tear or on c section stitches you need to only buy the blue spray because it doesn’t sting, it doesn’t burn and it is not too strong.

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

The blue dermoplast spray is the first formula of dermoplast, it best for vaginal tear and also for c section stitches…

The blue spray is not strong that why it is the only recommended spray for sensitive areas such as using it on your vagina.

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

The red spray has some more ingredients that were added to it which are quite strong that why you mustn’t use it after labor because it burns on sensitive areas.

The red spray is best for sunburns and for minor cuts….

Benefit of using the blue dermoplast

  1. It doesn’t sting
  2. It doesn’t burn
  3. It not toxic
  4. It doesn’t have any chemicals
  5. It doesn’t have any side effect
  6. It provides pain relief within seconds after applying it on yourself
  7. It makes the healing process much smoother and a lot faster
  8. It will protect the area you sprayed it on from bacteria’s and germs that may delay the healing process.
  9. The relief last for hours
  10. It cheap
  11. It is very easy to use, the only thing you do when applying this spray is 1. You open it, 2. You spray it directly to the area and 3. You are done

The best thing about using dermoplast is that you won’t even have to touch yourself.

Question was: Dermoplast spray australia. by Ember Harris from Perth, 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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Patricia Smith

Dermoplast spray is hard to find in Australia but I’ve ordered it from amazon, I’m still waiting for my order. I still don’t understand why Australian hospitals are not providing it to mothers like United States hospitals. Mothers get this for free on hospitals based in United America and United Kingdom. Maybe it will also be free to mothers in Australia soon. I guess we need to wait and see.

I don’t have anything to say since I’ve haven’t used this spray, but I’m positive that it works great since a lot of mothers are recommending it all over the globe especially women from the uk.

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