Reddit Reddit reviews First Degree Therapeutic Burn Cream, 0.75-Ounces Tubes (Pack of 4)

We found 9 Reddit comments about First Degree Therapeutic Burn Cream, 0.75-Ounces Tubes (Pack of 4). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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First Degree Therapeutic Burn Cream, 0.75-Ounces Tubes (Pack of 4)
Soothes the pain and cools the burnActs as an antiseptic for burnsHelps prevent the appearance of scars
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9 Reddit comments about First Degree Therapeutic Burn Cream, 0.75-Ounces Tubes (Pack of 4):

u/1414141414 · 22 pointsr/Overwatch
u/wastelander · 5 pointsr/skeptic

Its even worse on Amazon.
You can check out their website here.
From their FAQ:


"The package says your product is “Homeopathic”. What does that mean?

The active ingredients in FirstºDegree - Cantharis, Calendula and Echinacea - are all natural plant and animal extracts derived under the principles of Homeopathy and manufactured in the USA in accordance with the regulations of the US Food & Drug Administration.

What is Homeopathy?

Homeopathy is a natural system of healing that is classified under the category of alternative medicine. Homeopathic medicines are exceptionally safe, and have no side effects or contraindications. Developed by a German physician named Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, Homeopathy has been used to treat disease all over the world for over 200 years, and is especially popular in Europe and Asia.

Is Homeopathy regulated by the FDA?

Yes. Homeopathy has a long history of use and regulation in the United States. In 1938, Congress passed a law declaring that nonprescription homeopathic remedies are to be regulated by the FDA in the same manner as nonprescription, over-the-counter (OTC) drugs, which means that they can be purchased without a physician's prescription. All homeopathic remedies are required to meet certain legal standards for strength, quality, purity, and packaging. In 1988, the FDA required that all homeopathic remedies list the indications for their use (i.e., the medical problems to be treated) on the label. The FDA also requires the label to list ingredients, dilutions, and instructions for safe use. The guidelines for homeopathic remedies are found in an official guide, the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States, which is authored by a nongovernmental, nonprofit organization of industry representatives and homeopathic experts."

u/Smuff23 · 3 pointsr/CFB

Sorry, u/SearonTrejorek I tried to be positive for your cause.

u/Kibbles93 came with that savage hot fire though.

¯\(ツ)

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/PercyJacksonRP

I'd like to send Gareth a vial of nectar and some burn cream. And a note:

"Do it for the Hermes cabin, Gareth! Make us proud!"-Cyrus

u/SkyGuy182 · 1 pointr/dayz
u/elphieisfae · 1 pointr/PercyJacksonRP

To Gareth: Nectar and this with a note:

"Do it for the Hermes cabin, Gareth! Make us proud!"-Cyrus

~

To Janine: This from Clarent and this as well from an anonymous person.