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Adventure Medical Burn Treatment - Refill

Adventure Medical Burn Treatment - Refill
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Burn Treatment - Refill

Refill or customize your first aid kit with fast acting burn gel. This sterile, clear gel rapidly draws heat out of the skin to minimize burn damage while providing instant cooling relief. Ideal for minor burns, including sunburns.

Features:

  • Fast Acting to Minimize Skin Damage: Clear, cool gel rapidly draws heat out of skin reducing swelling, redness, skin, and tissue damage
  • Stays in Place on Skin: Clear, thick gel stays in position on burn and won’t run off
  • Immediate Pain Relief: Gel covers exposed nerve endings to provide immediate pain relief

Specifications:

  • Size: 3.5" 0.5" 5.25"
  • Weight: 0.06 lbs
  • Group Size: 1 Person
  • Trip Duration: Multiple Days

Supply List:

  • 5 - Burn Relief Gel

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