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Thursday, July 22, 2010

StaphAseptic® First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Gel Review and Giveaway



As a mother of a very active toddler and a wife to a very accident prone husband, I have to keep my first aid kit stocked incase anything should happen. I guess you could say that I’m one of those germ phobic parents that want to keep my son healthy and make sure no cuts or scrapes don’t turn infected, so I’m constantly checking out new products to add to my first aid kit and I’ve recently found a new product that is a must-have for every first aid kit, StaphAseptic® First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Gel!

About StaphAseptic® First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Gel (Taken From Website):

Protection from skin infections...

Applied to minor cuts, scrapes and abrasions, StaphAseptic® can help prevent skin infections caused by bacteria such as MRSA, staph, and other germs, and contains Lidocaine for effective pain relief.

StaphAseptic is available in a 2 oz. tube or single use packets.

Use StaphAseptic as part of a complete staph prevention program to help protect you and your family from skin infections.

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

If you think you may have a skin infection, contact your physician immediately. Staph bacteria, including MRSA, can cause skin infections that may look like a pimple, boil, or ingrown hair and can be red, swollen, painful, or have pus and other drainage. Serious infections may cause pneumonia, bloodstream infections, or even death.

Drug information
Active ingredients:
Benzethonium Chloride 0.2%.... First Aid Antiseptic
Lidocaine HCl 2.5%........... Topical Pain Reliever
Inactive ingredients:
aminomethyl propanol, allantoin, carbomer, cocamide DEA, disodium EDTA, glycerine, polyoxyl 35 castor oil, purified water, tea tree oil, white thyme oil

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.


Our Thoughts:

We were sent a 2oz tube of StaphAseptic for review and I’m very happy to have it in my first aid kit. I have a friend that just recently recovered from Staph on the back of her leg and I’ll be the first to tell you this stuff is nasty, and I will take every precaution to keep it away from my family! So may say I’m a nut when it comes to people getting injured around me, but growing up with my dad in the construction industry I’ve seen some pretty ugly cuts and things so I want to be prepared just incase!

I’m happy to report that I’ve not had to use the StaphAsceptic but maybe less then a handful of times, and most of them was on my husband while working on his truck, but never the less I’m very happy to have it on hand! I’m very pleased with the results we got from using StaphAsceptic vs. the other brand we were using, even with the other brand there was times that my husbands cuts have gotten infected after using it regularly, but with StaphAsceptic we haven’t had an infected cut or scrap since starting to use it.

Bottom Line:

I’m a true believer in StaphAsceptic and will continue to use it and keep it stocked in my first aid kits and medicine cabinet! I really recommend everyone add it to their first aid kit because Staph is no joke and if you can do something to prevent it why not?


Buy It:
To purchase StaphAsceptic for yourself visit their website to find out where to buy it!

Coupon:

Not convinced or just want a coupon click here to get a $1.00 coupon to use towards your purchase of StaphAsceptic.


Win It:
StaphAsceptic has offered one of my readers a 2oz tube of StaphAsceptic to add to their first aid kit!

Mandatory Entry: Visit StaphAsceptic and tell me one of your must have items in your first aid kit! Please remember to leave your e-mail address if it’s not visible in your profile.

Want or need extra entries? Check out how to grab em’ below! (Mandatory Entry must be complete for these to count)

1. Become a public follower of my blog (current follower count too)

2. Follow me on twitter @sgrant2005 and tweet this giveaway (can be done daily)

3. Subscribe to my feed via a reader

4. Blog about this giveaway with a link to this post and to StaphAsceptic be sure to leave me a link (5 extra)

5. “Like” StaphAsceptic on Facebook

Giveaway ends Aug 04, 2010 @ midnight CST. Winner will be chosen at random, using random.org and contacted by e-mail and has 48 hrs to respond before a new winner is chosen.

This review is based strictly my opinion. Others may have a different opinion with the product listed above. I did receive a tube of 2oz StaphAsceptic mentioned above complementary for this review. No monetary compensation was received.

43 comments:

  1. I must have item is all sizes of bandages.
    lazybones344 at gmail dot com

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  2. I'm a GFC follower
    lazybones344 at gmail dot com

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  3. A must have item in my first aid kit is a bottle of spray on liquid bandage. You just spray it on and it leaves a protective coating ove the cut and stops the bleeding.

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  4. I follow you on google friend

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  5. timmiedeluca@comcast.net

    I have to get the spodge bob band aids

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    follow blog

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    like them on fb-Laura DeLuca

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    feed subscriber

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  9. I think a must have is peroxide! Thank you!

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  10. I must have bandages.


    honeybeez80@yahoo.com

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  11. follow GFC


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  12. with kids and grandkids, Band-Aids are a must!

    micaela6955 at msn dot com

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  13. following via GFC

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  14. I like StaphAsceptic on FB Michele Pineda

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  15. on me right now I have tea tree oil, antibiotic ointment, and bandages

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  16. I guess all I really have on hand right now is a number of bandaids and rubbing alcohol. Ouch!

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  17. Absolutely need matches. Never know when you'll need to sterilize something.

    skrapreklam @ gmail .com

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  18. We must have pain relieving gel.

    alsmalu@hotmail.com

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  19. I would love the pain relieving gel. It is so useful!

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  20. A must have item in my firstaid kit would be tylenol or advil. I always carry some around with me to pull it out at the first hint of trouble for a friend or myself. Headaches make people grouchy!

    My email is keribug(at)live.com

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  21. A must have item in my first aid kit is antibiotic ointment.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  22. I followed you on Twitter and tweeted about this also!

    Here's the link: http://twitter.com/keribugg/status/20321230965

    My twitter handle is keribugg!

    My email is keribug(at)live(dot)com

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  23. I follow your blog publicly.

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  24. Subscribed with Google Reader.

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  25. I like StaphAseptic on FB - Janet Fri

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  26. 1. I blogged:
    http://blog-giveaways.blogspot.com/2010/08/staphaseptic-first-aid-antisepticpain.html

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  27. 2. I blogged:
    http://blog-giveaways.blogspot.com/2010/08/staphaseptic-first-aid-antisepticpain.html

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  28. 3. I blogged:
    http://blog-giveaways.blogspot.com/2010/08/staphaseptic-first-aid-antisepticpain.html

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  29. 4. I blogged:
    http://blog-giveaways.blogspot.com/2010/08/staphaseptic-first-aid-antisepticpain.html

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  30. 5. I blogged:
    http://blog-giveaways.blogspot.com/2010/08/staphaseptic-first-aid-antisepticpain.html

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  31. Besides a disinfectant like StaphAsceptic, I need bandages and an ice pack in my first aid kit.

    fionen_ftw @ fionen dot com

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  32. I'm a public follower on Google Friend Connect.

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  33. I follow you on Twitter and here is my Tweet:
    http://twitter.com/Fionen/status/20358271678

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  34. I subscribe via Google Reader.

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  35. I like StaphAsceptic on Facebook.
    ID: Fio Nen

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  36. I must have Bandaids and Neosporin but I guess I could use StaphAsceptic instead.
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