I was recently sent a bottle of NatraSan First Aid Spray to try.

The spray contains pure hypochlorous acid, the body’s own antiseptic. It is 100% natural, containing no alcohol, preservatives or fragrances. It is pH neutral, non-irritating and non-sting.

Natrasan kills 99.9999% of harmful micro-organisms in seconds including MRSA, C Diffcile, Norovirus and Influenza.

The spray has a multitude of uses including hand and skin disinfection, mouth wash, treating wounds, bites, nappy rash, spots, athletes foot and minor burns. It is also suitable for sanitising hard and soft surfaces, making it perfect for keeping Lucas’ toys, cups, highchair and even his dummies clean.

The spray is odourless and as it says it is suitable as an effective mouthwash, I decided to see what it tastes like. It won’t be replacing my minty mouthwash but it doesn’t taste bad either, like water with a hint of salt.

I think this spray is a fab alternative to having various creams in your first aid kit. It also saves room in your changing bag if you are like me and carry creams and hand gels for every eventuality. NatraSan spray is now on top of my packing list for when we are going on holiday.

NatraSan spray costs £10 for a 250ml bottle and £7 for the 100ml travel buddy bottle from Renapur.



96 Comments on NatraSan First Aid Spray review

  1. I’ve read nothing but good reviews about this excellent product, one definitely for the medicine cabinet

  2. Hope to win. This would be ideal in the camping first aid kit.
    Thanks for the chance to win this fabulous prize.
    Merry Christmas

  3. I’ve not heard of this but I’m definitely going to get some to try. I like to use all-natural products wherever possible so this could be perfect for my family

  4. Would love to give this a go, with 2 daredevil boys who are almost 5 & 4 and their just short of a 2 year old sister we’re constantly plastering, cleaning and healing x

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