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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Dermoplast First Aid Spray, 2.75 Ounce Can, Antiseptic & Anesthetic for $4.87 + FS with Prime

Clip $1.00 extra savings coupon applied to first Subscribe & Save order (of this product) only.

$4.87 - $1.00 coupon - 5% subscribe and save = $3.92
$4.87 - $1.00 coupon - 15% subscribe and save = $3.14

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Price history (before applying coupon and/or subscribe and save)
╔══════════════╤════════╗
║ Lowest       │ 4.87   ║ 
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║ Current      │ 4.87   ║
╟──────────────┼────────╢
║ Highest      │ 15.97  ║
╟──────────────┼────────╢
║ Average 90d  │ 6.27   ║
╟──────────────┼────────╢
║ Average 180d │ 6.38   ║
╚══════════════╧════════╝

Also available:
  • Amazon [amazon.com] has the Dermoplast Pain Relieving Spray-2.75 Oz for $6.47 + FS with Prime

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╔══════════════╤════════╗
║ Lowest       │ 6.47   ║
╠══════════════╪════════╣
║ Current      │ 6.47   ║
╟──────────────┼────────╢
║ Highest      │ 14.50  ║
╟──────────────┼────────╢
║ Average 90d  │ 11.40  ║
╟──────────────┼────────╢
║ Average 180d │ 10.20  ║
╚══════════════╧════════╝
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Nope that's actually vagisil.
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Is this what they use in soccer when the guy flops like a fish, but a minute later is back to sprinting full speed?
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Why would someone downvote this comment? OK maybe it was incomplete... here are the active ingredients from the product page.



Pain reliever is Benzocaine USP 20% and the antiseptic is Benzethonium chloride. Most people know about Benzocaine's anesthetic effects. Here is the wikipedia article on benzethonium chloride:
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Active ingredient Benzocaine
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$3.48 for me.
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$3.48 for me.
Not sure why it's different, I attached what it shows at checkout for me
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Active ingredient Benzocaine
Why would someone downvote this comment? OK maybe it was incomplete... here are the active ingredients from the product page.

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Active ingredients: Benzethonium chloride USP 0.2%; Benzocaine USP 20%
Pain reliever is Benzocaine USP 20% and the antiseptic is Benzethonium chloride. Most people know about Benzocaine's anesthetic effects. Here is the wikipedia article on benzethonium chloride:

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Benzethonium chloride exhibits a broad spectrum of microbiocidal activity against bacteria, fungi, mold and viruses. Independent testing shows that benzethonium chloride is highly effective against such pathogens as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella, Escherichia coli, Clostridium difficile, hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus, herpes simplex virus (HSV), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), and norovirus.[citation needed]

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) specifies that the safe and effective concentrations for benzethonium chloride are 0.1-0.2% in first aid products.[2] Aqueous solutions of benzethonium chloride are not absorbed through the skin. It is not approved in the US and Europe for use as a food additive. Being a quaternary ammonium salt, it is more toxic than negatively charged surfactants.[3] However, in a two-year study on rats, there was no evidence of carcinogenic activity.[4]

It is available under trade names Salanine, BZT, Diapp, Quatrachlor, Polymine D, Phemithyn, Antiseptol, Disilyn, Phermerol, and others.[5] It is also found in several grapefruit seed extract preparations[6] and can be used as a preservative, such as in the anaesthetics ketamine[7] and alfaxalone.[8]
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Bought one. Thanks.
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I got for $3.91! Thanks😁
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Got it for $3.61
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Is this what they use in soccer when the guy flops like a fish, but a minute later is back to sprinting full speed?
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Is this what they use in soccer when the guy flops like a fish, but a minute later is back to sprinting full speed?
No but it is great for kids sports - a quick spray and bandage any they are like new.
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Nope that's actually vagisil.
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this is fantastic stuff, and usually ridiculously expensive. great for allergic reactions from insect stings
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Not sure why it's different, I attached what it shows at checkout for me
$3.48 for me too. Different tax rates depending on where you live.
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Do these aerosol cans have expiration dates?
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