Dermoplast for stitches

Hello guys, I was in a bicycle accident lol, please don’t lough. Well I got injured pretty crazy and I have some few stitches on my left leg and right arm.

A lot of people like to use dermoplast for minor pains and minor cut and things like that. My question is Can dermoplast be used for stitches?

If yes then which spray should I use because they have the red spray which is called ”Antibacterial pray” and the blue spray which is called “Pain Relieving spray”.

Dermoplast for stitches

Yes dermoplast can be used for stitches, it will help in healing the wound faster and also will reducing the pain.

If you are planning on using dermoplast for your stitches you need to know that when you use it your wounds will start to sting, and that is normal, that sting means the spray is killing germs and bacteria’s.

A lot of people have complained about dermoplast burning their stitches, and that is because they use the red spray and we only recommend using the blue spray for wounds and minor cut.

The red spray also works very well when using it on stitches but we don’t recommend it, simple because it strong and it has some other ingredients included on it that may burn your stitches that why it called antibacterial spray.

The red spray is great for sun burns and the blue spray is excellent for wounds.


I have used dermoplast spray on my stitches at least two times last year, this spray makes the stitches heal faster than expected.

You need to make sure you use the blue spray not the red spray. The red spray is strong, it burns and it sting.

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

The blue dermoplast spray is the original formula of dermoplast, it was the first spray the company made and the red spray is the second spray the dermoplast company made.

The red spray is the upgraded version of the blue spray, it has more ingredients that were added to it that why it called antibacterial spray.

How many times can you use this dermoplast spray on your stitches?

The dermoplast spray can be used anytime of the day and you can use it as many times as you want, but do not use it more than 4 times a day.

The dermoplast company have said that their spray mustn’t be used more than 4 times a day, if this spray doesn’t provide pain relief on your stitches then you need to go and see your doctor to get proper medication.

Can you use dermoplast on your toddler’s stitches?

Yes dermoplast was approved by the FDA to be also used on children under the age of two, this spray is very safe.

Some women even try to use this spray on their babies for diaper rash, but make sure to only use the blue dermoplast on infants.

Advice:

Use dermoplast 3 times a day, 8 am, 11 am and 5 pm to get the best result and make sure you clean your wounds before using this spray.

One thing I want you to take from this post is that, Yes you can use dermoplast on your stitches but only use the blue spray and make sure to use it 3 times a day.

Pleas CLICK HERE TO READ CUSTOMER REVIEWS and hear what other people are saying who have used this spray before, it is very important to hear what other customers have to say before buying anything online.

The only thing I’ll promise you about this spray is that, it won’t disappoint you since I don’t have a single regret from using this myself.

Question was: Can I use Dermoplast for stitches. by Cedrick from Alabama, 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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