Boots First Aid Antiseptic Spray Reviews
Description:First Aid / Dosage Form: Spray / A non sting first aid treatment for cuts, grazes, insect bites, spots, minor burns and minor scalds.
Newest Review: ... .The spray comes in a green and white plastic bottle with spray nozzle application. The bottle has a green plastic lid that ... more
Customer Boots First Aid Antiseptic Spray Reviews (2)
by - written on 08/02/13, updated on 08/02/13 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I am a fan of Boots and find their products to be of high quality with a reasonable price tag. I recently reviewed Boots antiseptic wipes as I think they are brilliant to take when travelling. However they are quite expensive so I also buy Boots antiseptic spray for use at home as this works out a lot cheaper .The spray comes in a green and white plastic bottle with spray nozzle application. The bottle has a green plastic lid that fits over the nozzle,keeping it clean when not in use. I recently paid £2.19 for a 100 ml bottle. The product information states that the spray can be used to clean most minor injuries such as cuts and grazes. It can also be used ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/11 (18 readings)
Boots First Aid Antiseptice Spray is a wonderful invention that we use regularly on our son when he falls over and bumps and grazes his face and knees during his football practices and games. This 100ml spray can will cost you £1.99 from Boots the Chesmist and the good thing about using this on kids is that it WILL NOT sting them when you spray it on them, like some other antiseptic creams will. We shake the can and spray from six to twelve inches from the wound. You will notice that it is a bit runny and the fluid will run off the limb, but that's okay. It doesn't have that horrid antiseptic smell that a lot of people don't like (but I actually secretly ... Read the complete review
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