Dermoplast after episiotomy

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Dermoplast for episiotomy? Is it okay to use this spray after this kind of surgery? Is yes then which dermoplast spray should I use, the blue spray or the red spray?

Dermoplast after episiotomy

Is dermoplast safe for episiotomy?

Yes dermoplast can be used after episiotomy, it is very safe and recommended by doctors.

About 90% percent of women uses dermoplast after child birth, in fact they are getting this spray for free from the hospitals which means if doctors are giving it for free than you should use it a swell.

But episiotomy was part a routine of child birth long time ago, now that is no longer the case, but it still does happen sometimes.

So if you had vaginal delivery you need to use dermoplast, but the only spray you should use is dermoplast pain relieving spray (Blue can) not the dermoplast antibacterial spray (Red can).


The red dermoplast spray is never recommended to be used after any surgery especially after episiotomy. A vagina is a very sensitive part on a females body that why hospitals only provided the blue dermoplast spray because it not strong as the red spray.

The blue spray is the original formula of dermoplast and it can be used even on sensitive areas like on a vagina after birth or used on a penis after circumcision.

The red spray is the second version of dermoplast and it is very strong it not recommended to use for deep wounds since it burns, but you can still use it for sun burns, minor cuts and temporary pains.

  • A lot of women who tried using the red dermoplast spray after episiotomy have complained about the spray burning them like fire. So please don’t even think about giving it a try.

How many times can you use dermoplast after episiotomy?

It best to use dermoplast after using the bathroom, but you can still us it twice a day, better to use it every morning and at night before you go to sleep.

Just don’t use this spray more than 4 times day, that is against dermoplast terms. But you can use it 3 to 4 times when necessary, but not more than 4 times.

Using dermoplast after child birth will make your stitches heal much more faster, since this spray can also protect stitches from germs and bacteria’s.

Did you know that bacteria’s can slow down your healing process?

Well yes, germs or bacteria’s will delay your healing process, that why hospitals provide this spray for free to every mother after giving birth.

The only hospitals that provide this spray for free so far are hospitals around United State of America, and some hospitals run out of dermoplast since women give birth every day that why you need to make sure you buy this spray before labor.

Dermoplast should be on every upcoming mothers check list, this is an item every women should include on their hospital bag to have a smoother vaginal healing.

Dermoplast is not only for vaginal birth, this dermoplast spray can be also used for c section stitches as well. And about 76% percent of women who gave birth via c section uses this spray.

Does dermoplast have any side effect after using for episiotomy?

Well this may sound too good to be true but, dermoplast doesn’t have any side effect at all, that why doctors trust this spray so much that they recommend women to use it on their vaginas because it safe.

So the best way to care for yourself after episiotomy surgery is by including dermoplast on your medical kits. You won’t have a single regret from using this spray after your surgery.

Can you use this on your baby?

Yes, a lot of mothers uses this dermoplast spray for diaper rash, dermoplast and the FDA approved this to be also used on children under the age of two.

Just make sure you use the blue spray on toddlers since their skin is not stronger like an adult’s skin, and don’t spray too much, just spray a little bit.

Question was: Dermoplast after episiotomy. by Cynthia Morgan from Louisiana, 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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