Where to buy Blue or Red dermoplast spray

Question

Hello guys, I was wondering where to buy dermoplast spray, I’ve looked on pharmacies near me but I couldn’t find it. I need to buy one for my wife to use after birth and another one for me to use on my left hand injury.

blue dermoplast

There are a lot of places that sell’s dermoplast, but the easiest way to get this spray is by buying it from amazon.

You can also get it from Walmart, Walgreen, Target and eBay, but I would only recommend Amazon because they are a lot cheaper and they deliver faster than other online stores.


What is the difference between the Blue dermoplast spray and the Red dermoplast spray?

The blue dermoplast

Dermoplast pain relieving spray aka “blue spray” is the original formula of dermoplast, it was the first spray the company made and was approved by the FDA to be used on wounds, cuts and minor injuries.

The blue spray is best to use on sensitive areas because it doesn’t sting and it not strong, some women are using it after labor for vaginal tear or c section stitches.

The blue spray is well known around the world since some hospitals are providing it for free to people after surgery. Some males are even using it after being circumcised.

The blue spray is so safe even dermoplast have said, it can also be used by children under the age of two, a lot of women who uses this spray on their toddlers are using it for diaper rash.

There are a lot of women who has also claimed that dermoplast can be used for hemorrhoids.

The blue dermoplast spray can be used for a lot of things such as using it on stitches, blisters, burns, sunburn, after waxing, after having a tattoo, after piercing and a lot more.

The red dermoplast spray


Dermoplast antibacterial spray aka “red spray” is the second version of dermoplast, it is an upgrade of the blue spray.

The dermoplast company took the blue spray and added some more ingredients on it and then called it dermoplast antibacterial spray.

The red dermoplast is very strong, it not recommended to use it on too sensitive areas because it burns, make sure to never use the red spray on deep wounds or deep injuries because it burns.

The red spray is best for skin irritations associated with sunburns and itching, another benefit of using the red spray is that it can also protect your skin from getting bacteria’s and germs to help you heal faster.

Bacteria’s and germs will always slow down the healing process of the wounds that why people have said their wounds healed very quickly when they used the red spray.

The red spray cost more than the blue spray since it has some other benefit on it, but both theses sprays works the same and both do the same thing.

The only thing you should know is, the red spray is an upgrade of the blue spray, and it has some new ingredients that were added to it.

What are dermoplast side effect?

Well this may sound too good to be true but dermoplast doesn’t have any side effect that why it was approved to be also used even on toddlers.

The only thing you should know is, don’t use the red spray on too sensitive areas because it will burn you.

How many times can people use dermoplast a day?

Dermoplast and the FDA have said the spray cannot be used more than 4 times a day.

I would advise you to use it 3 times a day, use it as soon as you are feeing pains.

Question was: where to buy dermoplast spray. by Bentley 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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