Dermoplast antibacterial spray after birth

Question

Hello guys, my name is Sharon Rowley from San Francisco, I’m a new mom, I gave birth last night and the hospital didn’t give me dermoplast, they told me that it was out of stock and my husband bought me the red dermoplast spray today, so my question is about using Dermoplast antibacterial spray after birth? Is it safe or should I buy the blue spray?

Dermoplast antibacterial spray

Don’t ever use dermoplast antibacterial spray after birth it too strong, women should only use the blue dermoplast after giving birth.

I also used dermoplast antibacterial spray after the birth of my son and it burned my vagina like fire, it made the pains worse instead of providing relief.

Take this from me: don’t use the red dermoplast after birth, as long as you use the blue dermoplast you won’t have any problems.

Doctors, the Dermoplast Company and the FDA only advise women to use the blue spray after giving birth.

The blue spray doesn’t sting and it numbs the pains immediately after spraying it and also will make your healing process much smoother and faster.

Doctor Theresa Hopkins

Moms should only use the blue dermoplast after giving birth, about 65% percent of hospitals around the United Sate provide the blue dermoplast for free to mothers after labor.

Women should never use the red dermoplast after giving birth because it burns since it has some more ingredients that were added to it.

The blue dermoplast can be used for c section and also vaginal delivery, it will provide pain relief after seconds of applying it. Hospitals are proving this spray to mothers for free because it makes their lady part heal faster after having a child.

Doctor Robin Buckley and a mom of two

As a doctor and also a mom who have used dermoplast after giving birth, I would advise women to never use the dermoplast antibacterial spray after child birth.

There are a lot of women who have called me and told me that the red spray burned their lady part. As long as women use the dermoplast pain reliving spray they won’t have any problems.

Getting the blue dermoplast can be very hard though when looking for it offline, make sure to order this spray online from amazon or Walmart.

For me dermoplast was a life saver since it helped me to focus on taking care of my new born instead of worrying about after labor pains.

Taking care of a new born is not easy, it is very hard. It even more harder when you are suffering from after labor pains yourself, that why you need to use dermoplast to get the relief you separately need so you can focus on your child.

to hear what other mothers are saying about using dermoplast after giving birth. some mothers used this after giving birth vaginally and some used it after giving birth via c section.

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

The blue spray

Dermoplast pain relieving spray is the first formula of dermoplast it was the first spay the company made, it best for minor wounds, minor cuts, minor injuries and after surgery to make the stitches heal faster.

The blue dermoplast is not strong, it doesn’t sting and not toxic, a lot of mothers are using it after giving birth and some males are using dermoplast after being circumcised.

A lot of males who have used this spray after circumcision have said it made their penis stitches heal faster.

Dermoplast is the best pain relieving product on the market right now for minor wounds and stitches. It numbs the pains within seconds after applying it on the area you are feeling pains.

The red dermoplast spray

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

The red dermoplast spray works exactly as the blue spray, but it have some other ingredients that were added to it that why it is not recommended to use it on sensitive areas because it burns.

To purchase the blue dermoplast spray.

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