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Can you put neosporin in your nose?

It is the general consensus that it is not a good idea to use Neosporin ointment and cream products by mouth or applied in the nose or eyes. They are intended for use only on the skin.

How safe is it to use Neosporin inside your nose? Although it may not cause any problems in most situations, serious reactions are possible and other, more appropriate treatments are usually available. In general, it is not a good idea to use Neosporin ointment and cream products in the nose.

Can you put anti-biotic ointment in your nose? Antibiotic ointment can be applied inside the nose after rhinoplasty to prevent or minimize crusting along incision lines. It would be inappropriate for me to recommend post-op treatment immediately after your operation – ask your surgeon.

Should I apply Neosporin? Use Neosporin to help heal minor cuts, scrapes, and burns. Before you apply it, clean your wound with soap and cool water. Use a small amount of Neosporin, and apply an even layer to your wound. You can protect your wound with a bandage. To avoid delays in healing, apply Neosporin right away!

How often to apply Neosporin? The standard Neosporin dose for first aid cream or ointment products is a small amount applied to the affected area one to three times daily. If you wish, you may cover the area with a bandage or sterile gauze.

How often to apply Neosporin?

How often to apply Neosporin? The standard Neosporin dose for first aid cream or ointment products is a small amount applied to the affected area one to three times daily. If you wish, you may cover the area with a bandage or sterile gauze.

Can you put anti-biotic ointment in your nose? Antibiotic ointment can be applied inside the nose after rhinoplasty to prevent or minimize crusting along incision lines. It would be inappropriate for me to recommend post-op treatment immediately after your operation – ask your surgeon.

Should I apply Neosporin? Use Neosporin to help heal minor cuts, scrapes, and burns. Before you apply it, clean your wound with soap and cool water. Use a small amount of Neosporin, and apply an even layer to your wound. You can protect your wound with a bandage. To avoid delays in healing, apply Neosporin right away!

Is Neosporin a topical antibiotic? Neosporin ointment and cream belong to group of drugs called topical antibiotics. They kill bacteria by keeping the germs from the protein they need to build cell walls. First manufactured by Citron Pharma, The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Neosporin as a prescription drug in 1971.