Tuesday, March 17, 2009

NEOSPORIN® + Pain Relief Ointment and Cream

Although it may not seem like it Spring is just around the corner! Soon enough, the snow will melt, flowers will be peeking up through the ground, and we'll be back outside! Which for our families means back at the Baseball Field! Neosporin encourages you as you start to think about running around in the backyard and riding bikes, also take a minute to investigate your medicine cabinet and prepare for the inevitable scrapes and cuts that outdoor activities bring. Ensure that you are armed with plenty of bandages and antibiotic ointment, such as NEOSPORIN®. Most importantly, be sure that all medicines and products are up-to-date and have not expired.

It turns out that 40% of homes have an expired topical antibiotic in the medicine cabinet, an important issue as some products may lose their effectiveness once they reach their expiration date. So we checked out our Neosporin and found out that it just expired a couple of months ago! So, we challenge you to check your medication expiration dates as well!

Did You Know:
· 46% of people treat wounds to soothe them and relieve pain.
· Painful wounds including splinters, shaving cuts, blisters, hang nails, ripped cuticles, paper cuts and burns account for nearly 40% of wound types that people sustain.
· Even minor cuts and scrapes can become contaminated with dirt and germs, which may cause infection.

We received samples of NEOSPORIN® + Pain Relief Ointment, NEOSPORIN® + Pain Relief Cream, and the newly available NEOSPORIN® NEO TO GO!® First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Spray, which can travel with us as a convenient and on-the-go way to clean and disinfect minor cuts, while both products help provide temporary relief of pain and help prevent infections in minor cuts, scrapes and burns. We were asked to review the products and blog about them on behalf of Mom Central and Johnson’s.

NEOSPORIN® + Pain Relief Ointment and Cream

Product Description:
From the #1 doctor recommended brand, NEOSPORIN® + Pain Relief First Aid Antibiotic/Pain Relieving Ointment and Cream help prevent infection and provide temporary relief of pain or discomfort in minor cuts, scrapes, and burns.

Product Benefits:
· Helps prevent infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns.
· Soothes painful cuts.
· Soothes the pain of burns.
· Suitable for ages 2 and up.
· Available nationwide in food and drug stores, and mass merchandisers for $4.77 - $9.07.
· Available sizes – Plus Pain Ointment: 1/2 ounce tube, 1 ounce tube; Plus Pain Cream: 1/2 ounce tube, 1 ounce tube.
For more information visit http://www.neosporin.com/
Neosporin was always been a trusted name in our family while growing up. Therefore, today we keep Neosporin in our medicine cabinet and glove box to use with our little loves. Don't forget to check the expiration dates on your medicine and stock up on Neosporin for the warm months ahead!


Callista said...

Wow could I ever use a sample of that. I KNOW my neosporin is past it's expiry date but I just can't afford to get all new medications( including sunscreen and bug spray etc...)

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