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StaphAseptic First Aid Bactericide Gel 2 oz (56.7 g)

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  • Prevents skin infections caused by antibiotic resistant staph (MRSA) and other germs
  • In vitro studies have shown that StaphAseptic kills over 99.9% of methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
  • Soothing wound care that does not sting or irritate
  • Maximum strength
  • Child resistant tube
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Product Description

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. What is World MRSA Day? World MRSA Day was created by Jeanine Thomas, president and founder of MRSA Survivors Network. The focus of the day is to raise awareness of MRSA, and to educate the public on how they can protect themselves from this preventable disease. This product is not intended to treat an existing infection - see your doctor.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 3 x 4.8 inches ; 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B0010VTPB8
  • Item model number: FG10216
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #244,725 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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And it smells good and isn't greasy.
T. McVey
And I feel that because it numbs the area infected, your body actually heals it and so your body then becomes better at fighting the crazy bacteria !
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Don't hesitate to buy this, it really does work.
Synthia

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44 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Synthia on December 10, 2010
Size Name: 1
I contracted a MRSA infection from a family member about 6 months ago. The first abcess that formed was huge and very painful. After a few days of agony I finally went to the hospital and got it lanced/drained and put on cephalexin and bactrim. The first one did go away upon finishing the course of anitbiotics but about 2 weeks later, I got another abcess and another and another. After going to the doctors three different times for various anitbiotics and trying every thing else- neosporin, bacitracin, peroxide, rubbing alcohol, Hibiclens (did work a little), cutting most of the sugar out of my diet, heat treatment ect. Pretty much EVERYTHING and nothing worked. The family member who I got the MRSA from in the first place works in a factory and the on-call Doc. there told him to get StaphAseptic. I went and bought some also from Rite Aid drug store for abour $16, took a shower cleaned the areas with Hiniclens soap let it dry and generously applied staphaseptic over the area, let it dry for about 5 minutes and got dressed. After repeating this for about 3 days (applied 3-5 times per day) most of the sores were gone and the ones that were not were pretty close to being completely healed. I know the box says "not for existing infections" but that is probably because the company can not make the promise that this *will* work for MRSA. Well, it did for me and the other family member. I keep using it (especially after shaving my legs as this is when I would get the worst outbreaks)and about 6 weeks later, I have not had any outbreaks or signs of a MRSA flare up. I can't recommend this product highly enough. The only issue is the product not being widely available in stores but in my experience this price plus shipping is cheaper on Amazon that at our drug stores anyways. Don't hesitate to buy this, it really does work.
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60 of 62 people found the following review helpful By R. Slegel on May 16, 2012
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StaphAseptic WAS an excellent product and all claims made by the reviewers are true, as far as I know.
StaphAseptic was taken off the market after the FDA sued the maker, Tec Labs, for making claims that were not verified by lab tests meeting the FDA's standards even though reviews substantiate those claims.
Tec Labs countered by releasing a new product containing the SAME formula in a new package. Purchase "TECHNU FIRST AID GEL" and get the same StaphAseptic gel in a new package with a new name.
You can view the labels and compare them with your old StaphAseptic labels at the Tec Labs web site.
What the sellers are providing here is OLD stock and over priced.
I purchased two 2 ounce tubes with shipping for $14.54, do a search TECHNU FIRST AID GEL and compare prices, I do not think it is proper to refer another website on here.
Good health to all.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By T. McVey on October 1, 2007
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I have had a MRSA staph infection on my arms and legs for over a year. I live in the tropics and it's very hard to keep the wounds dry. I tried a run of oral antibiotics with no results. I tried antibiotic creams and ointments with some relief. Then I found StaphAseptic. It starts to heal the sores in a few days. I apply it two or three times a day and it is really keeping the infection at bay. Now when I get a new sore, this ointment keeps the wound to the size of a pea, instead of the huge sores I had before and with no pain or swelling. And it smells good and isn't greasy. My only complaint is the packaging. You have to squeeze the tube really hard to get the last ounce out of it. I thought the tube was empty and I didn't have another one, so I just kept squeezing and it lasted for another month.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By L. Clark on August 14, 2008
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Getting over an abscess infected with MRSA required a stronger form of antiseptic for preventative measure, to decrease the likelihood of future MRSA infections. This product, purchased here for that purpose works very well as a first aid antibiotic.

I have been using it for about a month now on any breaks of skin near the previously infected area and anything more than minuscule elsewhere on the body. I've found the gel dries and stays on the skin better than any other antiseptics I've tried (neosporin, polysporin, etc.), making a protective barrier. Additionally, wounds on which I've used this product seem to heal a bit faster and cleaner (less visible early after) than anything else I've used. I feel much safer from repeat MRSA infection using StaphAseptic (corny as the name may be...). I'm glad I got this stuff.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By The Taminator VINE VOICE on February 26, 2010
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I have given up Neosporin and now keep Staphaseptic in my medicine cabinet as my go-to first aid ointment. It seems to heal my minor injuries much faster than Neosporin. While it may have a very slight sting or tingle on broken skin at first, this lasts only a few seconds and the product really helps with any pain from the wound. It is non-greasy, so it dries and doesn't get on your clothes or anything else. I highly recommend that everyone keep some of this in their medicine cabinet to treat skin problems and injuries.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Steve G. on December 21, 2007
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I debated on whether to succumb to the hype about the antibiotic resistant virus problem or not, but figured I'd err on the safe side and order this. I instructed my 15 year old son to use this on any open wounds he gets at school and put the Staphaseptic in our medicine cabinet. Timing is critical and he understood it. About a week later, he said he had a bite or something on his upper thigh and I advised him to use the Staphaseptic. He said he already had, and continued it for a couple days. The redness did not really go away, so my wife took him into the doctor and turns out it was the dreaded virus. He was placed on a heavy dose of antibiotics and it looks like it is finally starting to respond, but it may have been worse had he not used Staphaseptic. However, don't rely on it totally -- get your child checked if something doesn't look right.
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