My favorite recommended OTC antibacterial ointment for the treatment of cuts, scrapes, open healing areas from rashes such as chicken pox, shingles, poison ivy, eczema, and surgical incisions. Contains polymyxin B, a highly effective agent that has a minimal risk of causing a contact dermatitis compared with another popular antibacterial agent, neomycin. Smaller size is excellent to carry in your first aid box while traveling, camping and boating. Due to import restrictions we are not able to...
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Excellent for Treatment of Acne
Review by blaisepascal
February, 14 2005
Pros: Cheap, easy to apply.
Cons: Still tube.
I am writing this to let all Polysporin users know that you should try using Polysporin to reduce redness, inflammation and acne swelling.
Polysporin is a great common drugstore antibiotic cream (Bacitracin Zinc and Polymyxin B Sulfate Ointment, U.S.P.) It is usually applied to moisturize and minimize the appearance of scars and prevents infection.
Try it on a few facial blemishes you will surely be surprised! It tends to make your skin oily where it is applied however an overnight application before bed ensures best results.