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Burn – Ad

Our antiseptic Burn Relief Spray is an essential for your First-aid kit.

A first-degree burn makes your skin red and painful with the imminent occurrence of blisters and swelling. Burn-ad not only gives you instant relief, and a cooling sensation that overpowers the stinging pain it, more importantly, shields the wounded area from further damage.
Burn-ads carefully curated formula penetrates into the primary layer of the skin, straight to the affected tissue and repairs the damage immediately. It does so while simultaneously easing the pain and relaxing the affected area.

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  • Quick & Easy To Dispense
    Designed for optimum comfort and efficient use, Burn-ad provides you with hassle-free solutions for first degree burns.
  • Easy & On The Go Pain Relief
    Burn-Ad is compatible to be used on the go, anywhere and everywhere. Curated to be nearly a 100% user-friendly, it is your best choice to combat first-degree burns on the go.
  • Provides Instant Cooling and Prevents Further Damage
    Treating a burn injury within a certain period of time it of utmost importance to prevent further consequences, Burn-ad helps you do just that easily, and in no time.
  • Anti-infective property
    It’s anti-septic properties that prevent the further infection of the burned area while keeping it protected and shielded.

  • Lignocaine BP 3.00% w/w, Benzethonium Chloride USP 0.20% w/w, Solvent and Propellent Q.S. to 100.00% w/w

  • Shake the can.
  • Spray BURN-ad on the burn area for 3-6 seconds from a distance of 5-8 cms.
  • Repeat this process 3 times a day.

  • This product comes in a pressurised container and is flammable.
  • Do not pierce or burn at any given point of time.
  • Do not spray on a naked flame or incandescent material.
  • Do not spray near face and eyes.
  • Do not engage in direct inhalation.
  • Keep the product out of reach for children.
  • Store at room temperature, do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50°C.