Burn Cream MD Giveaway

Burn Cream MD Giveaway 2 Winners ends 8/15 US/CAN

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I’m a busy mom on the go and no stranger to accidents in the kitchen! Meals times can be quite chaotic. During the rush of meal time, it is easy to forget and touch a hot pan or get splashed with boiling water or grease. I’m sure most of you can relate. The kitchen isn’t the only place of burn accidents at my house! Mornings I am rushing around trying to get ready and again, I’m sure you can relate, that dreaded burn from the curling or flat iron! A one second touch and you have a burn that stings like the devil! When these accidents happen, we want something that will sooth the pain and the quicker the better! That’s where Burn Cream MD comes in!

 

Burn Cream MD relieves pain fast! Burn Cream MD is a unique blend of natural antioxidant-delivering ingredients such as Aloe Vera, Arnica Montana, Chamomile and Vitamin E. It also contains Lidocaine 4%, which is a higher percentage than any other available product, without a prescription. Burn Cream MD disinfects the wound and quickly relieves the stinging and blocks the pain. It’s even safe enough to use on children ages 2 and up!

Burn Cream MD also speeds healing with it’s proven blend of antioxidant-delivering natural ingredients. It recreate the skin’s barrier with healthy moisturization, which maximizing the healing process. Burn Cream MD also reduces scarring! Scarring comes when wounds take a long time to heal. By reducing the healing period, Burn Cream MD will help reduce scarring.

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Burn Cream MD is not only for use on burns. It can be used to relieve the pain of sunburns and be used on cuts and scrapes to speed healing. It’s a great post-spa treatment or hot waxing balm! It  reduces flaking, peeling, redness or irritation, and quickens the skin’s natural healing process. Burn Cream MD is also fast absorbing and fast acting!

Fortunately no one has had a burn here but while we were travelling we did have a few cuts and scrapes and hubby got a bit sunburned one day. So I put the Burn MD cream on and it made the sunburn feel better according to hubby and the minor cuts healed very quickly. Gotta love it! They come in individual packets so it’s easy to keep some in your handbag, first aid kit in your home and in your car!

Burn Cream MD is available on burncreammd.com, Amazon.com, Zitomer.com and in-store at Mario Batali’s New York and Chicago Eataly stores, as well as at Zitomer’s Upper East Side and Midtown West locations. It also comes in handy travel-friendly 2ML packets, which tuck conveniently into kitchen drawers, medicine cabinets, makeup bags and purses.

Be prepared for those minor accidents by having Burn Cream MD on hand! Why suffer the pain if you don’t have too?! Burn Cream MD has generously offered two of our readers a chance to try it out for themselves! So, let’s get on to the giveaway!

TWO lucky winners will receive 2 boxes of Burn Cream MD!

Enter using the Rafflecopter form below.

Good Luck Everyone!

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Comments

  1. Lily Kwan says:

    I use aloe vera.

  2. Kitty Iecvan says:

    I clean it, then use a hydrocolloid bandage.

  3. Debbie Petch says:

    Tea Tree Oil.

  4. Suzanne @KawarthaMums says:

    We usually run cold water on burns Minor scrapes used to get mecca but we can’t find it anymore.

  5. Michelle Castagne says:

    Run cold water on a burn.

  6. Judy Lipcsak says:

    I use the cold water method.

  7. Ice/cold water, aloe, and lavender oil are the things we use to treat burns when they happen.

  8. Debbie E Johnson says:

    I use Aloe Vera or Polysporin on burns.

  9. Sherry Fowler says:

    Neosporin is what we use for minor cuts and burns

  10. June Ebinger says:

    AN ICEPACK TAKES AWAY THE PAIN.

  11. Aloe vera

  12. Kathie Craig says:

    For a minor burn, I run it under cold water and then apply aloe vera gel.

  13. debra dubois says:

    We find the best thing for burns is Aloe Vera we grow plants great to always have in the house 🙂

  14. I realized after I posted my last comment that I forgot to say whether it works well for us. It alleviates the initial pain and prevents the burn from being as bad later as it otherwise would; however, it does continue to hurt later.

  15. We normally just use ice on our burns at the moment!

  16. Have used aloe for most type of burns and for small ones have put orajel or other numbing tooth medicine on them also cold compresses.

  17. Put cold water, compress and then put vitamin E or neosporin on it

  18. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    I usually run it under cold water.

  19. we usually run it under cold water

  20. nikki robak says:

    I use antiseptic cream to put on burns

  21. Gale McCarron says:

    Run it under cold water

  22. I currently run the burn under cold water. It works decently well.

  23. I use Neosporin and it works okay. 🙂

  24. nothing but ice for burns (no $ for meds or dr. for that matter)

  25. Joni Owada says:

    Cool immediately

  26. Helga/billsn beaks says:

    I use an herbal salve for burns. Aloe as well.

  27. cool the area under cold water or ice compress and use an antiseptic cream.

  28. kim burnett says:

    I use an over the counter burn cream.

  29. Michele Behlen says:

    We us cold water and then Bactine.

  30. Sarah Oswald says:

    I use over the counter burn and pain ointment and it works ok

  31. Mickie Hinds says:

    We usually use Neosporin. My husband works I’m a glass bottle factory so he is always getting minor burns!

  32. michelle oakley warner says:

    we use peroxide and the spray in the can, that causes more pain itself, this burn creme md sounds amazing

  33. I use ice right now. But I have a really bad happen of burning myself so this would be really useful.

  34. Carolann Leibenguth says:

    We currently use Neosporin but I would love to try something more suitable.

  35. Tami Lewis says:

    I have an herbal cream I use.

  36. I use Aloe Vera for burns that works pretty well and Neosporin for minor cuts and that works pretty well too

  37. clean the area put antiseptic on it and use ice for a minor burn. thankyou, ken

  38. clean the area put antiseptic on it and use ice for a minor burn. thankyou, ken

  39. Holly Thomas says:

    We use neosporin.

  40. Ms Gretchen Ann Luper says:

    ice water for burns and neosporin for cuts and scrapes then a bandaid

  41. just bandaids

  42. Tara Liebing says:

    I use Neosporin for our cuts and scrapes.

  43. I USE THE SAP FROM A ALVERA PLANT….

  44. Nena Sinclair says:

    I usually use aloe vera, it helps somewhat.

  45. Christa Bengtsson says:

    We have an aloe plant in the kitchen so we use that.

  46. Annette Roberts says:

    Triple antibiotic for cuts and Aloe Vera for burns!

  47. For a burn, I run it under cool water. Then Polysporin. It works alright, but doesn’t always heal quickly. And sometimes, it leaves a scar.

  48. Susan Robbins says:

    I grow Aloe Vera plants and cut them open and use the pulp on sunburns. You have to keep reapplying it but it works very well, if it isn’t a bad sunburn, it will disappear. For cooking burns, I use an old Chinese cure, first rinse the burn with cold water and then take a raw egg yolk and break it and gently pour the yolk over the burn area, do this over a sink. You may need to use more than one yolk, let the yolk build up on the burn area and when you have it coated, let it
    dry caked-up on it. Later, rinse it off and in most cases, the burn will be gone. I have used this many times. For serious burns,of course,you must seek medical care and don’t forget to keep your tetanus shot up to date.

  49. I used to use Neosporin, but lately I’ve been trying essential oils

  50. Erin Madigan says:

    We normally run water over it and ice it (if it is really bad). For cuts, I put antiseptic on it; but, with burns, I use aloe.

  51. Run under cool water, clean & put on bandage.

  52. Amanda Alvarado says:

    We have an all natural salve that we use on cuts and burns!

  53. Dorrie Turner says:

    Cool water or cold pack depending on what kind of burn it is. Aloe, antiseptic, and a clean gauze.

  54. Victoria K says:

    Use an RX like polysporin but stronger.

  55. James Robert says:

    I use neosporin for anything that may become infected, usually cold compresses or ice on burns for awhile

  56. We clean a cut, put antiseptic on it and cover it.

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