Where can I purchase Dermoplast products?
You can find Dermoplast Pain & Itch Spray and the First Aid Spray for purchase in many retail stores nationwide. You can also purchase Dermoplast online. Please see our Where To Buy page for more information.
When should I use Dermoplast?
There are many treatment uses for both Pain & Itch Spray and First Aid Spray—please see our Treatment Uses for more details on how to care for minor injuries.
I was first introduced to Dermoplast at the Hospital and now found the same (or a very similar) version at the retail store, is it the same item?
The Dermoplast Pain & Itch Spray used in hospitals is the same formulation as Dermoplast Pain & Itch Spray that is also sold over-the-counter at retail stores.
I was given this product at the hospital by my doctor/nurse, is it safe to use at home?
Dermoplast Pain & Itch Spray is also sold over-the-counter at your local retailer, is safe and effective for use at home for the temporary relief of pain and itching associated with minor cuts, minor burns, scrapes, sunburn, minor skin irritations and insect bites. If your healthcare professional recommended Dermoplast Pain & Itch Spray, please follow their instructions closely and consult with them if you have any questions regarding their recommended use of the product.
I have heard of/used Dermoplast Pain & Itch Spray (Blue Can) before, and just discovered the First Aid Spray (Red Can). What is the difference?
Dermoplast First Aid Spray 2.75 oz is indicated for the temporary relief of pain & itching and to help prevent infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns—it contains a first aid antiseptic Benzethonium Chloride (0.2%) as well as the topical analgesic pain reliever, Benzocaine (20%).
Dermoplast Pain & Itch Spray 2.75 oz contains Benzocaine (20%) and Menthol (0.05%) for the temporary relief of pain and itching of minor cuts, scrapes, sunburns, minor burns and insect bites.
Please see our Treatment Uses for more information on how to care for minor injuries.
I see that your packaging has changed. Are your products still the same?
Yes! We have updated the design of our Pain & Itch Spray and First Aid Spray cans, and Pain Relieving Spray is now Pain & Itch Spray, but our products are still the same hospital trusted formulas!
How does Benzocaine work?
Benzocaine is a local anesthetic (numbing medication.) When topically (externally) applied to the skin, it works to relieve pain by temporarily blocking the nerve signals.
Can your products be used on sensitive skin?
If you’ve been diagnosed with sensitive skin, we recommend consulting with your doctor or healthcare provider prior to using the product.
Can I use your product if I am on a prescription/OTC medication or have any health conditions?
We recommend consulting with your doctor or healthcare provider regarding any medical concerns you may have prior to using the product.
Can I use your product if I am pregnant or nursing?
We recommend consulting with your doctor or healthcare provider if you are pregnant or nursing.
Can I use your product even though it is expired?
We don’t recommend using the product if it has reached its expiration date.
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