Savlon Dry Antiseptic Spray Reviews
Description:Brand: Savlon / Dosage Form: Spray / Contents/Size: 50ml / Type: Antiseptic / Savlon Dry Antiseptic Spray is a ... more
Savlon Dry Antiseptic Spray ... convenient spray for 'no-touch' first aid treatment on the go / Ideal for your sports bag, rucksack or gardening kit, it means you dont have to worry about passing on infection if there's nowhere to wash your hands; one spray forms an instant, protective layer that helps to prevent infection and aids natural healing allowing you to get on with things, instead of licking your wounds, cuts and grazes on the sidelines.
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Customer Savlon Dry Antiseptic Spray Reviews (15)
by popmusicfan - written on 03/05/12
I bought a spray bottle of this after having a tattoo on my right ankle. It cost me just over £3.50 from Superdrug. The spray can looks like a can of spray paint but rest assured that it is a bottle of antiseptic! The spray smells nice. It has the same scent as the Savlon cream. I found this can easy to use. I simply gave it a brisk shake and sprayed it directly onto my fresh tattoo. Using the spray means that you don't have to touch the wound resulting in a much faster healing process. It made my tattoo heal faster and brighter without any risk of infection. The spray delivers a fine mist to the area and just the one spray covers a decent amount ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
If you have read some of my previous reviews on first aid products you may well be aware that I keep a first aid kit with various useful bits and pieces for dealing with wounds, cuts, and pain. I use the words 'first aid kit' in the loosest way possible, as it is effectively a margarine tub in a cupboard in my kitchen! One of the products I have in my 'first aid kit' is the Savlon Dry Antiseptic Spray. Although it was expensive at around £3 for the 50ml can, it does serve its purpose. The can is blue and instantly recogniseable on the supermarket shelf, with 'Savlon' clearly stated in white text. The plastic cap is translucent yellow and the spray top is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/11, updated on 19/04/11 (Very useful, 150 readings)
I recently had a bad blister on my ankle after walking in stiff boots and went through various means of trying to get my skin to heal quickly as the pain was quite strong. One of the products I ended up using was this Savlon Dry Antiseptic Spray. It's a 'no-touch' powder spray which helps to stop wounds getting infected and which 'aids natural healing'. I have since used the spray on some smaller abrasions after finding that it was a great help. The spray comes in a pressurised cannister which is only 50mls so it's a small can but a little goes a long way. It's also a great size for packing into holiday bags or if you are going to do sports. It has a tight ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/10 (Very useful, 203 readings)
I have a lot of tattoos, and as most people who have tattoos will know, you have to take care of them during the healing process so they do not get infected and so that the design stays as intended. Even though I have a lot of tattoos, scabs gross me out and I can not touch them to put antiseptic creams and/or lotions on them, so I faced a bit of a problem when I started having tattoos done. I mentioned this to the tattoo artist, and he recommended that I get Savlon Dry Antiseptic, as it is a spray on and would give me all the benefits of Savlon creams. So off I went to buy myself a bottle of Savlon Dry Antiseptic and luckily it is quite widely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/10 (Very useful, 129 readings)
Before I went on holiday, I stubbed my toe and in turn ripped a part of the nail off. It was very sore and inflammed, but I was more concerned that I would look hideous with my feet exposed on holiday. I had less than a week to go and my toe was in a real state. red, inflammed and generally looking nasty. I decided to give savlon dry antiseptic spray a try, not really holding out much hope for any great results in such a short period of time. I bought this savlon spray in my local tesco. I was quite pleased with the price of under £4 as I thought this was very reasonable for such a reputable brand. I hadn't used the spray before but I have used savlon creams ... Read the complete review
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