NatraSan First Aid Spray - Review & Giveaway

As a busy mum of two I know all to well the daily life of a child. My almost 3 year old is pretty clumsy and is forever falling over his own feet. My ten month old cruiser is always falling over as she learns how to use her feet and her crawling means everything goes on the floor and in her mouth.

We were given a bottle of NatraSan to try out. At first I thought it was only to use on cuts and scrapes but it is so much more than that!


Uses of NatraSan include:

  • Preventing infections in cuts and wounds
  • Using as a skin care product to reduce acne and spots
  • Controlling the fungus that Athlete's Foot and fungal nail and skin conditions cause
  • Nappy rash
  • Mosquito and insect bites
  • Minor burns 
  • As mouthwash
  • As a disinfectant to sanitise all hard and soft surfaces such as baby toys, highchairs and dummies
  • Deodorising shoes and soft furnishings 
I was a little blown away when I first read the list of uses. How can that be? NatraSan is pH neutral so it won't sting, it's safe around your eyes and mouth, it's safe for your skin and claims to be more effective than the best branded disinfectants. NatraSan is so good because it contains hypoclorous acid. This is a mild but effective antiseptic that is produced by the human body to kill germs. Many other products on the market claim to get rid of 99.9% of bacteria. NatraSan kills 99.9999% meaning that for every million bacteria, only one isn't killed compared to the 1000 that others leave. 

NatraSan is really easy to use due to its spray nozzle. We have had a toddler accident where C was left with a cut knee. I told him it was just water and he was fine with me spraying it on. There is no chemical smell so it could definitely just pass as water! He didn't flinch or whinge at all so I'm guessing the "no sting" claim is correct. We have also been using it to clean the kids highchairs tray and it has given us peace of mind that E can eat her food off of it without coming into contact with any of this nasty bacteria. 

The usages for NatraSan are pretty amazing and I honestly believe that it should be a staple in everyone's medicine cabinet. A 250ml bottle of NatraSan retails at £10 or you can pick up a Travel Buddy (100ml) for £7. 

If you, like me, think NatraSan sounds great, here's your chance to win one! All you have to do is fill in the Rafflecopter widget below. 

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  • The giveaway will run from July 21st until 4th August
  • One winner will win one 200ml bottle of NatraSan
  • Open to entrants aged 18+
  • UK residents only
  • Prize will be sent directly from the PR, please allow 28 days for delivery
  • No automated entries
  • One entry per person
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63 comments

  1. We are going to Lyme Regis - and we are very excited to go and look for fossils!

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  2. Having a picnic with the family. :)

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  3. Just going to relax at home and spend more time with my hubby :)

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  4. taking my grandaughter to see horrible histories x

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  5. going swimming
    olga carpenter

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  6. Travelling to america in august

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  7. i'm excited to be taking my little grandson for his first trip to the beach

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  8. Having family day outs!

    Ashleigh

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  9. Surfing!!!! It's the best thing to do on a hot sunny day!!! :)

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  10. being an usher at my brothers wedding

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  11. spending time with my daughter xx

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  12. Not sure whether September still counts as summer, but I finally get a date with my favourite rockstar after years of being a fan. :) Even better it's FOUR days before my birthday. :)

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  13. Having lots of outdoor fun with my little one

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  14. Taking my nephews camping for the first time.

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  15. some quality family time day trips etc family bbqs and my cousins wedding x :) x

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  16. Having lots of fun playing in the garden

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  17. I'm excited about going to Egypt and seeing the pyramids!

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  18. Seeing the sun - here's hoping....

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  19. taking long walks
    carole n

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  20. Simply relaxing :)

    ~ Anthony G

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  21. Were going to alton towers next week, very excited :D

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  22. emily henderson1 August 2015 at 21:24

    spending lots of time with my baby girl while on maternity leave

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  23. Something just for me, I'm going go-karting with my Dad for my birthday!

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  24. Going to Wales For Lil Family Break :)

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  25. My holiday to Egypt - but I've just come back :( Want to go again!

    EJ Dunn

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  26. Spending time with my son and not at work , days out , ice cream , cinema , Fun ♥♥ Great Giveaway ♥♥ Fingers Crossed ♥♥

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  27. I'm excited to celebrate my daughter's birthday and my anniversary at the end of the summer.

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  28. we have joined the National trust so are excited to visit lots of new places

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  29. I'm excited about a family trip to London that I'm planning atm :)

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  30. going to the in-laws caravan in wales for a few days break.

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  31. getting out in our new garden! x

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  32. Looking forward to spending lots of time with my daughter :) x

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  33. spending time with my kids

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  34. My grand-children are coming to stay next week and I'm planning lots of outings

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  35. I'm excited about going away on my first holiday abroad to Turkey this summer.

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  36. going on hols with 26 of my family :)

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  37. Going on a beach holiday in September

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  38. Now the weather is brightening up taking my little girl to the local splash pool.

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  39. getting down to the beach, swimming, frisbee, balance boards, kayaking and camping - well if the weather brightens up anyways

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  40. Our holiday to Cornwall and a visit to Rick Steins for fish and chips yummy!! :-)

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  41. Maria Jane Knight4 August 2015 at 08:49

    Im looking forward to taking our son fishing for crayfish in our local river :)

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  42. Our family holiday to Disneyland Paris

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  43. Spending some time with family, catching up with how everyone is doing

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  44. Pam Francis Gregory4 August 2015 at 19:08

    Looking forward to some lovely day trips

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  45. If we get any more summer then it'll spent preparing my toddlers for water fights to soak Daddy when he comes home from work!

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  46. My daughter is growing and struggling to keep up with herself, this would be useful to have

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