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What's the difference between A&D ointment vs Neosporin?

When should you apply A&D ointment vs Neosporin to your skin?

January 13, 2012

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Neosporin is an antibiotic with three components: neomycin sulfate, polymixin B sulfate and bacitracin. A & D Ointment contains Lanolin and Petrolatum.

Neosporin can be used for cuts, scrapes, and burns. You can apply A+D ointment for Psoriasis, burns, dry cracked hands, diaper rashes.

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