Stephen Gomez – September 21, 2017:
Purchased online and received my items in time and in perfect condition. Couldn’t be happier with the product!
Bud Gillan – September 21, 2017:
I used H2Ocean products on all kinds of stings, bites, wounds, burns, and post-operative healing. Radiator burns, sunburns, roofing nail punctures, horrible road rash, ear cancer surgery, etc. Really amazing. As a biologist in the field and water H2Ocean is the ultimate.
Shannon – January 2, 2018:
Worked in just one day! Awesome product my best friend has lymphedema and because of the masses he gets chafing, irritations and lacerations very easily after cleaning the area and spraying this on the redness the soreness went away within hours! We have already ordered more! Definitely worth every penny!
J. Clancy – January 9, 2018:
I keep a bottle at home and one at work. Luckily I haven’t really needed it for anything other than my kid’s scraped knees and elbows.
However, I had a friend come see me at work and he had stepped through a sprinkler line box and gashed his leg wide open. It had happened about a week before he saw me. He’s in nursing school and knew that it was starting to look infected, however he doesn’t have insurance and was holding off on urgent care. I gave him my bottle and begged him to use it. I texted him a few days later to check in his leg and he had seen a remarkable change and healing had increased!
Please don’t take this as medical advice that it will heal an infection. He knew what to look for had it not worked, but in his case it worked perfectly!! I highly recommend keeping a bottle or two in hand!!
Knits In Tardis – January 3, 2018:
Made multiple purchases of this product — a family member struggled with a diabetic foot wound for several years, thankfully now healed. I used several canned products, some of which were a little more dribbly or uneven to spray as opposed to this one, and some of which were even more expensive. We even tried buying plain bottled saline and sterile syringes (the liquid medicine dispensing kind), which was a hassle not really worth the money saved. (And believe me, I’m frugal. I recycle everything but lint.)
The most recent can puchased, seal unbroken, is now part of our home first aid kit.
Not that bad