Dermoplast for burns

My name is Jacob from Taxes 37 years, I was wondering how good is dermoplast for burns? Should I use it? If yes then which spray should I use, the blue spray or the red spray?

Dermoplast for burns

Can I use dermoplast for burns?

Yes, dermoplast can be used for burns, I’m telling you this because I also have used dermoplast for burns as well, honestly it didn’t work immediately but after a couple of minutes I did feel the difference.

This spray worked like magic when I used it on my burns, it will protect your burned skin from germs and bacteria’s to make the healing process much faster.

Burns usually get bacteria’s and germs pretty quickly, and everybody knows that bacteria’s will always slow down the healing process of the burns that why using dermoplast is my only first option.

My doctor told me to never touch the burns with hands or anything dirty, because open blisters can easily be infected. Good thing about dermoplast is that you won’t even have to touch your skin, the only thing you do is open dermoplast and spray it on yourself.

Which dermoplast spray is recommended for burns?

For burns the red dermoplast spray called “dermoplast antibacterial spray” is very good because it can also protect your skin from getting bacteria’s.


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Please note: you can still use the blue dermoplast spray but I would advise you to buy the red spray because it very strong and it have been proven that the red spray does make the burns heal faster than expected.

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

The blue dermoplast spray called “dermoplast pain relieving spray” is the original formula of dermoplast, it was the first spray the company made.

The red dermoplast spray is the second formula of dermoplast, some people call it the upgraded version of dermoplast since it works exactly like the blue spray with new ingredients that were added to it.

Please note: the red spray does sting a little bit since it has some new ingredients that were added to it. But it works better than the blue spray.

Which dermoplast spray should you use on your toddlers for burns?

For children younger than 5 years I would advise you to use the blue spray since it doesn’t sting and not too strong as the red spray.

Dermoplast spray can be also used by children younger than two years but it is recommended to only use the blue spray on infants because their skin is weak.

How many times should you use it a day?

You can use dermoplast as much as you can but the dermoplast company have said their spray shouldn’t be used more than 4 times a day.

I would advise you to use this spray at least 3 times a day, use it at 8am, 11am and 6 pm, you can still use it for the 4th time before going to bed.

If the pains still doesn’t stop or get worse than I would advise you to go and talk to your doctor to get proper medication.

Where can you buy the blue or red dermoplast?

Getting dermoplast on pharmacies or on offline shops can be very hard, what I have realized is that whenever I look for this spray on local shops near me it always out of stock especially the blue spray.

The easiest way to get this spray is by making an order bellow from amazon, when I bought this spray amazon provided me with free delivery plus I got it within the same day, but I’m not saying you’ll also get it within the same day.

CLICK HERE TO READ CUSTOMER REVIEWS and hear what other people are saying who have also used dermoplast on different types of burns.

One thing I want you to take from this post is: yes dermoplast can be used for burns, for adults buy the red spray and for children under the age of 5 buy the blue spray. Good luck…. thanks for reading this post.

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