Generally I’m quite relaxed about medical treatment for bumps and bruises. We get a lot of bruises. I think it’s genetic (plus I’m on warfarin so bruise more easily now), because as a child my mum always worried about all my leg bruises, and N’s the same. My view is that it’s a sign of a great fun childhood, exploring with lots of physical exercise.
I think N’s been pretty lucky as well. He has had quite a few accident reports at nursery over the 3 years he’s been there, but they’ve rarely been anything more than a bit of redness, or a bump on the head. Very few cuts and scrapes. And on the farm, he’s not come home covered in blood or with scraped knees. So our medical kit at home is probably quite lacking in antiseptic items.
But I do now have a back-up in the form of Natrasan first aid spray. Natrasan kills 99.9999% of harmful germs including bacteria, fungi, viruses etc, meaning it’s got great disinfectant and antibacterial properties, and perfect for helping heal grazes, cuts and wounds, de-odorising, treating stings or athletes foot. It contains Hydrochlorous acid, a really mild acid that kills off pathogens.
Natrasan is safe for humans, animals and the environment, making it good for family health, plus it’s multi-use. It can be used to clean worksurfaces – just spray directly on or onto a cloth and wipe. Or by spraying onto spots and acne to help clear them up. I’ve not yet tried that, but reckon it’s a great idea – the spray isn’t too wild or wide reaching, so there shouldn’t be much danger of getting it in my eyes.
I’ve used it so far on a mystery scratch I have on my arm. It didn’t sting, and didn’t dribble wet down my arm. The scratch seemed to heal quicker than it might have done and it’s not really scabbed either, just healed up. I’m planning to try it on a scratch N came home with yesterday too. The fact it didn’t sting going on, means it should be good for using on him too.
Natrasan is available in a spray format, a 200ml pump bottle and can be bought for around £10. However, I have a spray to giveaway. Just answer the question in the comments, go back to the rafflecopter widget to confirm you’ve entered, and you’re in the draw.
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