How to use dermoplast after birth


Hello postpartum team, my name is Christina Ward, I’m 21 years old and am also a first time mom, I was wondering How to use dermoplast after birth.

How to use dermoplast after birth

About 70% percent of new mothers use dermoplast after vaginal birth and about 28% percent of them use dermoplast after c section birth.

Whether you gave birth via c section or vaginally, in this post am going to tell you how to use dermoplast the right way for both births since I have also used this spray when I had my first born via c section and my seconds born vaginally.

To use dermoplast after vaginal birth

You need to use this spray as soon as you are feeling pains, use it as much as you need to.

It very easy to use this spray, the only thing you need to do when applying this spray is 1. You open it, 2. You spray it directly to the area and 3. You are done.

Using this spray is easy as 1 2 3, just open it and spray it directly on your vagina, make sure to not use it for more than 4 times a day.

This spray can be used anytime of the day or night, I would advise you to use it every time you are going to the bathroom to help numb the pains when urinating. Urinating can be very painful after labor and using dermoplast before urinating will help you a lot.

Please don’t use the red spray after birth

Make sure to only use the blue dermoplast after giving birth because it not strong as the red demorplast spray and it doesn’t sting or burn.

Taking care of a new born is very hard and it is even harder if you are also suffering from after labor pains yourself. That why you need to use dermoplast anytime you are feeling pains down there in order to focus on your baby instead of worrying about pains.

3 things you should know about using this spray after birth.

  1. Don’t use it more than 4 times a day
  2. Don’t use the red spray called dermoplast antibacterial spray
  3. In order to get the best result make sure to use it before urinating

To use dermoplast after c section birth

Well, make sure your c section stitches are clean before using dermoplast and don’t use it more than 4 times a day. You can use it anytime of the day or night whenever feeling pains but not more than 4 times a day.

The only thing you’ll need to do when using this spray on your c section stiches is to 1. Open dermoplast 2. Spray it directly on your stiches and 3. You are done.

Dermoplast is very easy to use, there is really nothing to worry about, and as long as you only use the blue spray called dermoplast pain reliving spray you won’t have any problems.

What are dermoplast postpartum side effect?

Dermoplast doesn’t have any side effect, using this spray is 100% percent safe. About 65% percent of American hospitals are proving this spray for free to women after giving birth to use on their private part because it doesn’t have any side effect.

The only mothers who have complained about dermoplast burning them are mothers who made a mistake of buying the red dermoplast spray.

The red spray is very strong, it has some more ingredients that were added to it that why it not recommended for after birth whether you had c section or vaginal birth.

The only thing you should take from this post is, never never never use the red dermoplast spray after birth because it will burn your vagina like fire.

and hear what other mothers are saying who have used this spray after giving birth.

Question was: How to use dermoplast after birth. by Christina Ward from San Francisco, 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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