Triple Antibiotic First Aid Ointment, 1 oz. (Compare to Neosporin) 2-Pack

By | April 18, 2017
Triple Antibiotic First Aid Ointment, 1 oz. (Compare to Neosporin) 2-Pack

Globe Brand Triple Antibiotic is used to prevent and treat minor skin infections caused by small cuts, scrapes, or burns. It is available without a prescription for self-medication. This product contains the same active ingredients as Neosporin (neomycin, bacitracin, and polymyxin), which are antibiotics that work by stopping the growth of bacteria.

  • 24 hour infection protection.
  • First Aid Treatment for Minor Cuts, Scrapes, Burns.
  • Same Active Ingredients as Neosporin.
  • Contains US FDA NDC (National Drug Code) Number.
  • NOTE: YOU WILL RECEIVE 2 x 1 OZ TUBES: TOTAL 2 OZ.

3 thoughts on “Triple Antibiotic First Aid Ointment, 1 oz. (Compare to Neosporin) 2-Pack

  1. Amazon Lover
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Addition to a First-Aid Kit!, July 13, 2016
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    This review is from: Triple Antibiotic First Aid Ointment, 1 oz. (Compare to Neosporin) 2-Pack (Health and Beauty)
    Triple Antibiotic First Aid ointment is the same as Neosporin (name brand). It contains Bacitracin which is an antibiotic.It also contains the antibiotics Neomycin and Polymixin B. These three combined antibiotics applied topically works together and used to prevent infection and in minor cuts, scrapes or burns to your skin and it also promotes wound healing. As with any medication use as directed on the package or as directed by your Physician. Not to be used on children under 2 years old.

    Sorry for all the medical mumbo jumbo but I worked as a pharmacist assistant for more years than I care to count. Triple Antibiotic First Aid ointment was the first thing I recommended for a wound if it was not severe puncture, burn or bite. It will typically prevent infections and promote quick healing. However it isn’t for long term usage unless directed by a physician. If your wound hasn’t healed in a week it is best you see a doctor you might need to approach the skin problem differently.

    Great addition to a first aid kit. The manufactures phone number is printed right on the label. I like this because they are ready to help and stand behind their product. And as always I received a speedy delivery with amazon.com at an excellent price.

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  2. Leslie
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A must for every home, March 6, 2016
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    This review is from: Triple Antibiotic First Aid Ointment, 1 oz. (Compare to Neosporin) 2-Pack (Health and Beauty)
    Everyone needs antibiotic ointment on hand for those cuts and scraps, especially if you have kids because falling and hurting oneself is evitable. (Especially if you have adventuresome kids). As a nurse, it is adviseable to use antibiotic ointment on cuts and abrasions because it prevents the wound getting infected and speeds healing. Put some on every day and cover with a bandaid. The minor injury will heal quickly as compared to not using antibiotic ointment. Do pay attention to the expiration date. Sometimes it can be hard to see. Take a permanent marker and write it bigger so you can see it easily.
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  3. Anonymous
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    Nice to have on hand, February 11, 2017
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    Nice to have on hand… I am moving… and leaving one apartment, packing and moving and getting in a new apartment and unpacking is a LONG process and the anxiety cause my body to make abscesses. I use this as I dress my occasional abscess… and it works great. I am an RN so I know how to take care of managing a skin problem… Washing with alcohol, and a sterile dressing with this antibiotic works great. I now have enough supply to last me a long time…After I get settled in my home… my abscesses will stop showing up. Anxiety make them… have done so all my live when I was extremely anxious. I am 83… so I have had good practice… also, I am a nurse… I have a BSNRN degree. So I know what I am doing. Always consult a doctor is you are not a knowledgeable medical person.
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