Neosporin Skin 400/3400/5000 IU Ointment 30 GM

Glaxosmithkline Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

  • TUBE of 10 GM
  • Pack of 30 GM
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MRP ₹192.50


₹6.42 / GM

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About Neosporin Skin Ointment

Neosporin Skin Ointment is a dermatological medicine that effectively manages bacterial skin infections. It is commonly used to prevent infections in minor cuts, scrapes, and burns on the skin. This ointment acts as a first-aid antibiotic, providing relief and promoting healing.

Neosporin Skin Ointment should be applied topically only, meaning it is meant to be used on the surface of the skin. It is not suitable for deep puncture wounds, serious burns, deep cuts, or animal bites. It is particularly effective in managing bacterial skin infections caused by bacteria entering through hair follicles or broken skin.

Wash your hands with soap and water before applying a thin layer of Neosporin Skin Ointment to the affected area. Gently massage it into the skin until absorbed. Please wash your hands before and after applying unless it's for hands. If you have questions, ask your doctor.

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