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Betadine Dry Powder Spray for convenient wound cleansing on the go

6:25 PM

Moms would know how difficult it is to pack lightly for a trip with the whole family. In fact, my personal packing style is to include supplies for extra 2 days, haha! Aside from clothes, I bring along a mini-version of our first aid kit. Normally, I would bring the littlest bottle of Betadine that I would wrap carefully in tissue paper then place in a separate plastic bag just in case it leaks. Believe me, it can get nasty because of the stains! But not anymore. Because our first aid kit staple now comes in a convenient dry powder spray that's perfect for family travels this summer vacation.


Betadine has been the trusted antiseptic for more than 40 years. It kills bacteria, viruses, and fungi that cause infections within 30 seconds with its unique formulation of povidone-iodine. don't let minor burns, scalds, cuts, scratches or grazes ruin your trip. Keep a bottle of Betadine Dry Powder Spray in your bag so you'll, be ready to deal with those little emergencies whenever and wherever you are.


For those wondering where to get Betadine Dry Powder Spray, there are some available at S&R. Thanks to Mommy Kaye (@momma_makes_imbento) for posting her find on Instagram.

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20 comments

  1. I should put some of that in my travel bag. Sounds like it's a convenient product to have on hand.

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  2. I have never tried such a product! I will have to check it out because our son has special needs. We tend to use natural and alternative ways of doing things.

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  3. This sounds really promising. I actually do prefer dry powder spray rather than moist antiseptic creams.

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    1. Especially for young kids, I find this dry powder spray more convenient.

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  4. It's good to know that they have this variation, it's more convenient to have this in your bag in case something goes wrong than the liquid formula. We've been using betadine for years, it's a staple in our home.

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  5. This sounds super handy to have around. I can see it being an essential when your kids are super active.

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  6. this is genius! this is a must in my house but never tried the powder spray version!

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  7. Great to see Betadine still living up to their reputation! It's nice that they thought of being useful around the place as well and not just something you keep inside medical boxes or cabinets.

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  8. I had no idea that this came in a spray. That truly is convenient. BTW is that the price that I'm seeing?

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  9. I never heard of the dry powder spray, looks like a messy-free wound treating. Thanks for sharing this!

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  10. I have heard great stuff about this! I will have to tell my husband to pick some up. :)

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  11. We always use Betadine for wounds and other antibacterial uses. But I was unaware of its spray bottle, which is actually convenient.

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  12. This product is great. I am looking forward of purchasing one so I will not have a hard time treating my son's wounds.

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  13. Having a dry powder, wound care spray is so very convenient for on the go. And for kids who don't like to hold still to let ointments dry.

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  14. Betadine is something I remember from my childhood. Def something to add to our first aid kit.

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  15. I love that it comes in power spray form. I used Betadine after my first three babies. They didn't give it to me for my last one, so I forgot about it until I read this article.

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  16. I like to use betadine when one of us has a more serious injury. I would definitely try the powder version.

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  17. This sounds like a wonderful product to have anytime with you during travel, though I have never tried one such before. I always love using dry powder spray & this sounds like a worthy brand to try out.

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  18. I think I need to have this in my bag every travel. Thanks for the tips

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