First Aid Only Burn Treatment Pack Refills for ANSI-Compliant First Aid Kits/Cabinets, 60/Pack (AN404)

Regular Price $60.50
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SKU: AN404
First Aid Only Burn Treatment Pack Refills for ANSI-Compliant First Aid Kits/Cabinets, 60/Pack (AN404)

First Aid Only Burn Treatment Pack Refills for ANSI-Compliant First Aid Kits/Cabinets, 60/Pack (AN404)

Regular Price $60.50
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SKU: AN404

REFILL,BURN RELEF,60/PK

Product Details

Beat back minor burns, with a convenient burn treatment pack refill for ANSI-compliant first aid kit. This pain-relieving gel is an excellent option for treating minor burns, when the burn has not penetrated or broken the skin. It's also an effective treatment for cuts, scalds, scrapes and sunburns. Packing Type: Tube; Description: Burn Cream; Number of Pieces: 60.

Features

  • Burn treatment pack refill for ANSI-compliant first aid kit.

  • Pain-relieving gel for treating minor burns (i.e., when the burn has not penetrated or broken the skin).

  • Also effective for cuts, scalds, scrapes and sunburns.

 

Manufacturer

First Aid Only

Categories

First Aid Only Medical Supplies, First Aid Only First Aid & Health Supplies, First Aid Only First Aid Creams

MPN

FAOAN404

Model#

AN404

UPC Code

092265404006

UNSPSC Code

0

Description

Burn Cream

Global Product Type

First Aid Creams-Burn Treatment

Number of Pieces

60

Packing Type

Tube

Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent

0%

Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent

0%

TAA Compliant

Yes

Total Recycled Content Percent

0%

Assembly Required

No assembly is required

Contains Recycled Materials

N

Green Product

N

Returnable

No

Unit of Measure

PK

Item Weight

0.809

Ships via UPS

Y

Carton Pack Quantity

6 PK

Pack Quantity

60 EA

This item is sold by the

PK which contains 60 EA

Brand

First Aid Only

Brand Contact

(800) 886-6659

Manufacturer Stock No.

AN404-10

Country of Origin

US

UNSPSC Number

42172001

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Customer Reviews

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Tim Nevers
Great for minor burns.

I work in commercial plumbing/pipe fitting and have used these on multiple occasions. They are in all of our first aid kits.

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LadyDragon
worked great

I cut the skin off the tip of my finger. It would not stop hurting. Every time I moved my finger I got a horrible pain. So out of desperation I opened one of the burn cream packets and put it on my wound to see if it would help with the pain and after a minute the pain was manageable. It only hurt now when I bumped the end of my finger but nothing like it was. I think I'm going to find other uses besides small burns to put it on.

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Andrea
I keep this in the first aid kit for splinter ...

I keep this in the first aid kit for splinter removal. It's basically just a numbing cream. Put it on about 5 minutes before attempting splinter removal, wipe it off, hand the kid a sucker and a phone, and you can get a splinter out of a 6 year old's foot with no tears whatsoever.

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Kate
It’s like I didn’t even burn myself

Without thinking, I grabbed my as-hot-as-it-could-get curling iron by the metal part to roll up the cord and burned the heck out of my hand. It hurt so bad I thought I might pass out (then again, I have a really low pain tolerance). I ran my hand under some cold water and applied four packets of this stuff. Pain was almost completely gone within about ten minutes. An hour later, there’s zero pain and my hand doesn’t have a mark on it. Yeah, I’d say this stuff is pretty great.

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txmakeuplady
Worked only so so on burns....

My husband got a pretty large burn on his ankle. This product definitely made it look better but it was still slow to heal so we switched to Medihoney and that did the trick. The packets are very convenient to carry and I think this would be better for cuts and scrapes. Still a good product and we will definitely keep them in our first aid kit.