FAOFAE7011

First Aid Burn Cream Packets

Burn, Cut, Scrape - 10 / Pack

Reg. Price $5.98

Our Price $5.49 Per Box

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Prevents infection
Relieves pain due to minor cuts, scrapes and burns
Provides effective application without cross-contamination
Handy box dispenser provides easy access
Burn cream meets ANSI/ISEA Z308.1-2009 standards
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SKU
FAOFAE7011
Manufacturer
First Aid Only, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
FAE7011
Product Type
First Aid Cream
Application/Usage
Scrape
Recycled
No

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First Aid Burn Cream Packets
 
4.6

(based on 11 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (8)

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    (2)

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91%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great for on the go!

I love this package of burn cream. I really like how they are separate, one time use packages. I think this is nicer than having 1 big tube of burn cream. I think...Read complete review

I love this package of burn cream. I really like how they are separate, one time use packages. I think this is nicer than having 1 big tube of burn cream. I think it keeps it more sanitary so you can use a pack and throw it out. Burns can easily get contaminated with infections so this definitely helps eliminate that possibility. Also, the packets are so small and lightweight that it is easy to throw one of these in the kids backpacks, my purse, husbands wallet, in the car, and anywhere else I think it might come handy!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Like product but shipping is costly

I would not recommend purchasing on-line from First Aid.com. Prices on the product where great but shipping is very costly...so not really a savings. Unless I find this product in-store or I'm...Read complete review

I would not recommend purchasing on-line from First Aid.com. Prices on the product where great but shipping is very costly...so not really a savings. Unless I find this product in-store or I'm offered a shipping discount on a minimum order, I will not be purchasing in the future.

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5.0

Small size equals ease of use

By BooDreaux

from Orlando, FL, United States

Comments about First Aid Burn Cream Packets:

Haven't burned myself lately though with all the opportunities to do so it will happen and it's comforting to know I'll have these. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

 
5.0

Effective

By nursefrogette

from Newberry,SC

Comments about First Aid Burn Cream Packets:

Great cream for those accidental burns. Handy packaging to take on camping trips or any outing. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

 
5.0

Small package

By marztech5

from Hemet, CA

Comments about First Aid Burn Cream Packets:

I'm able to put put one in my pocket and have one with me at all times.

 
4.0

Runny

By tomolo

from Chicago

Comments about First Aid Burn Cream Packets:

My wife got a steam burn on her finger from a defective tea pot. She applied the burn ointment and it would nit stay where she put it. The ointment was too thin and did not stay on the burned area. My wife works in a professional kitchen and suffers frequent minor burns. She said that a jell consistency would have suited her needs better. The ointment did not pear to aid in healing.

 
5.0

Great small package to grab one when needed

By HappyGirl2578

from Las Vegas, Nevada

Comments about First Aid Burn Cream Packets:

Great size product, just the right amount of product for a normal size quick burn from the stove (such as grabbing a hot handle, pulling out and accidently touching a hot pan). Easy to dispense and tear the little packet open. The scent is what I anticipated for a burn cream so no surprise there. I would buy the product and keep in my kitchen for quick access.

 
5.0

Great for on the go!

By Lily86

from New Jersey

Comments about First Aid Burn Cream Packets:

I love this package of burn cream. I really like how they are separate, one time use packages. I think this is nicer than having 1 big tube of burn cream. I think it keeps it more sanitary so you can use a pack and throw it out. Burns can easily get contaminated with infections so this definitely helps eliminate that possibility. Also, the packets are so small and lightweight that it is easy to throw one of these in the kids backpacks, my purse, husbands wallet, in the car, and anywhere else I think it might come handy!

 
5.0

Nice individual packaging.

By Brad

from SoCal

Comments about First Aid Burn Cream Packets:

These small packets will fit perfectly in my First Aid kit.

 
5.0

great product

By mrs1492

from maryland

Comments about First Aid Burn Cream Packets:

I am happy we have this product- i love to cook, and often have small burns. It is nice have handy

 
5.0

Valuable Product.

By Stogie

from Montgomery, AL

Comments about First Aid Burn Cream Packets:

I used the cream on an oven burn and felt relief immediately. I have a packet in every first aid kit, both bathrooms and all of my vehicles. Everyone NEEDS to have this cream.

 
4.0

very convenient packaging

By Patt

from Kansas City, MO

Comments about First Aid Burn Cream Packets:

This a very good product and I like the individual packaging.

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