It did a great job in aiding the healing process of this burn. About 2 weeks after it happened, my daughter was at a friend's house whose mother is a nurse. She took a look at the burn and said she was lucky it didn't get infected because it was a worse burn than we thought and she should have seen a doctor. I am not advocating that you use StaphAseptic in the place of seeing your physician at all! But in our case, I am glad that I had the StaphAseptic and used it - as I contribute it to keeping her burn infection free!
Here is some information from StaphAseptic:
Uses: First aid to help protect against skin infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns. Temporarily relieves pain and itching associated with minor burns, cuts, scrapes, insect bites and skin irritations.
STAPH PREVENTION PROGRAM:
- Treat and cover wounds
- Don't share personal items (like towels)
- Shower after physical activity
- Properly clean gear and equipment
- Keep hands clean
- Consult your physician for all active wounds
StaphAseptic is available in a 2oz tube or single use packet. It is available online or in many retail outlets. See complete list here. Click on coupon to take you to a link to print one for yourself!
Thanks to Amelia at APB Communications and Tec Labs/StaphAseptic I have one 2 oz tube to giveaway to a lucky reader. To enter, just leave a comment telling me who is most likely in your family to be the first to need this product. For additional entries follow my blog or tweeter/spread the word about this contest. Just let me know and leave link if applicable.
This giveaway is open to US residents only. It will end on Dec 30, 2010.
~I received a 2oz tube of StaphAseptic from APB Communications and Tec Labs in exchange for my review.~