Sunday, August 15, 2010

CLOSED - StaphAseptic Review and Giveaway



StaphAseptic
Is proud to make a product that helps prevent MRSA, staph and infections in wounds. This product also contains a pain relieving agent. Along with Using StaphAseptic on wounds, some ways to prevent MRSA are:
  • Treat and cover wounds
  • Properly clean gear and equipment
  • Don't share personal items (like towels and razors)
  • Keep hands clean
  • Shower after physical activity
  • Consult your physician, athletic trainer or nurse for all active wounds



They are also offering my readers 1.00 off your StaphAseptic Purchase at your local drugstores - including CVS, RiteAid and Wallgreens.

The people at StaphAseptic sent me 1 Tube of their product to try. With having a son, you know there are cuts and scrapes to follow. This First Aid Gel does have a scent to it. It is not over powering, but it is noticeable if you are looking for it. The tube has a flip open spout. It is great for someone with finger nails - but a little rougher, but not impossible, for someone who bites their nails. I have extremely short nails and I was still able to open this tube. This is a great product for every mother to have in their medicine chest.


Buy It:
You can find this in the First Aid aisle of your local drugstores

Win It:
StaphAseptic is giving one of my readers the chance to win 1 tube of this Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Gel.

Mandatory Entry: Go to StaphAseptic's website and let me know 1 thing that you learned about this product and/or MRSA.


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This will end at 11:59 est on 8/27/2010
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*I was sent these products for Review Only. The opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine. I was not paid for this review.

11 comments:

  1. I learned that this is not only an antiseptic, but a pain relieving gel Great!
    clemay62 at rocketmail dot com

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  2. i learned that it doesn't sting or irritate
    orangeaugust at yahoo dot com

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  3. I learned that any open wound is a potential entry point for MRSA

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  4. did the blogmania bonus entries

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  5. i learned it helps with pain relief and burns.
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  6. i like them on fb
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  7. i follow you on fb and twitter
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