June 13, 2012

StaphAseptic: Not All Natural, But Prevents Skin Infections with Tea Tree and Thyme Oil without Antibiotics

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As we spend more time outside during the warmer months, inevitably we need more first aid. Many Americans routinely apply triple antibiotic cream to wounds unnecessarily, and antibiotic resistance is a very real problem caused by such overuse.

StaphAseptic First Aid Bactericide Gel is an alternative to triple antibiotic cream that uses tea tree and white thyme oil. The rest of the ingredients are not very natural.

Antibiotic free. Kills staph. Apply to minor cuts, scrapes and burns. Helps prevent skin infections from bacteria such as MRSA, staph, strep & other germs. Contains Lidocain for pain relief. Child resistant tube. Recommended by athletic trainers. Staph prevention program: Everyone is talking about staph: you can do something about it. Treat & cover wounds. Don't share personal items (like towels). Shower after physical activity. Properly clean gear & equipment. Keep hands clean. Consult your physician for all active wounds. Help protect yourself from skin infections. StaphAseptic helps prevent staph infections when used as a part of a complete staph prevention program. Antibiotic free. Maximum strength antiseptic. Non-irritating. Soothing wound care.

This product was actually investigated by the FDA for making MSRA killing claims. It was considered misbranded, and a new package has been developed. Actually, I am not sure this product is even still available, as its website is no longer active. It is still available through Amazon.

Sometimes there is a need for strong wound care, but most often natural methods are just as effective. Goldenseal sprinkled on wounds is very powerful at healing and preventing infection in my experience.

disclosure: The products described above were sent to us as free samples. Prior assurances as to the nature of the reviews, whether positive or negative, were not given. No financial payments were accepted in exchange for the reviews. The reviews reflect our honest, authentic opinions.

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Posted by Jennifer Lance at June 13, 2012 10:44 AM

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