Testimonial

testi01.jpgThis great little guy is three years old, very busy, very happy and—wise beyond his years. We'll tell you why!  When Ryan was just twelve months old, his hand was badly burned on a hot iron. Ryan's Mom immediately sprayed her baby's hand with ONE for Cuts and Burns.

 

Mom recalls that when she stopped spraying, Ryan's cry would change too. As long as she kept spraying, she could tell by his reaction that ONE for Cuts and Burns was soothing the burn and relieving Ryan's pain. At the emergency clinic, doctors said he would be scarred for life. In all likelihood, he would have to have physiotherapy to stretch  the webbing between his fingers. 

The healing continued and the injury left no scarring at all.

 

At home, Mom continued to spray his hand and his bandages with ONE for Cuts and Burns. Within one week they returned to the clinic to have the dead skin debrided. Doctors were impressed with what they saw. The skin on the palm of Ryan's hand was similar to the skin of a newborn baby—very sensitive and pink.  The healing continued and the injury left no scarring at all. He has full use of his hand and did not require any physiotherapy.

 

Ryan calls ONE for Cuts and Burns ‘'my spray, my spray' and is more than happy to share it with anyone with scrapes, cuts, bug bites — all the things that three-year-old boys know about! We think Ryan's Mom said it best when she wrote, “'If a little kid believes in this product, then who am I to argue?”'

 

He really is a wise little boy!   Thanks Ryan. 

 

TESTIMONIALS

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This great little guy is three years old, very busy, very happy and–wise beyond his years. We’ll tell you why! When Ryan was just twelve months old, his hand was badly burned on a hot iron. 

Click here to read Ryan’s story.

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George Hammond is a cancer survivor and a great friend of ONE. As the owner/operator of Mail Boxes Etc at 509 Commissioners Road W in London, he always goes out of his way to help us and always manages to make us smile in the process. 

Click here to read George’s story.