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First Aid Spray For Wounds

Reviewing: Savoy Laboratories Savoy Antiseptic  |  Rating:
msculit By msculit on
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A friend gave us this Savor Antiseptic First Aid Spray just for precaution because the road right in front of us is being repaired so there are plenty of rough stones and pebbles. I once tripped and bruised myself there and I do not want the same thing happening to my daughter.

It is good to have this first aid spray. For one, it is more effective than the liquid tincture of iodine I used to apply on gapings or open wounds or slight cuts. With this spray, there is no need to touch the sore broken skin which aids in the swift cure of wounds. Also, the transfer of other bacterias from our bare hands is very much diminished.

Another plus point of this first aid spray is that it is quicker and easier to use than a plaster or gauze. Plaster will stick on your wound making it hard to remove when you need to replace it. Using plaster is more costly too because after applying some cream or dressing to your wound, you will have to keep on replacing the soiled plaster and it gets wet too.

The Savor First Aid Spray provides antiseptic covering for cuts, scratches, abrasions, minor burns and scalds. All you have to do is clean the wound and shake the canister of the first aid spray and spray the affected area. Preferred distance of 15 cm when trying to spray the Savor Antiseptic to your wound.

Ingredients are: PVP/VA Resin 3%, Bensocaine 1%, Chlorhexidine 0.028%, denatured ethanol, isopropyl myristate. It is packaged in a pressurized canister of 50 ml.

It is flammable so extreme caution must be observed when using and storing this First Aid Spray.

Lastly, most antiseptic sting when applied to open wound so expect a slight "ouch" moment when you use this but it does not last 30 seconds. It is just like a big red ant bit you and that was it.