Band-Aid + Neosporin = Better Together – With Giveaway

Bandaid Neosporin Squeeze Then Stick

My medicine cabinet is stocked with the necessities – hydrogen peroxide, rubbing alcohol, pain reliever, band-aids, and neosporin. Those of you who read my blogs know how I feel about Band-aids and Neosporin (see 12/15/2009. 7/31/2010, and 12/18/2010 posts). A quick fix in minor emergencies they are child-friendly but work even with adults as they work from the inside out.

Grandbaby is here with me visiting. As we watched sock puppets singing (go to about the importance and effectiveness of using Band-aids and Neosporin together, she put the hit on me for the packages of Disney Princesses and Sponge Bob Squarepants she saw on the table. How could I refuse? Considerately, she left The Amazing Spiderman ones behind for her cousin. How considerate!

Like those puppets in the Band-Aid/Neosporin commercial. Like Band-Aid/Neosporin more. For cuts, scrapes, minor mishaps, just squeeze some Neosporin triple antibiotic ointment on then stick on a Band-Aid. Squeeze then stick. Together they help healing. Together they mean less appearance of scars, protection from dirt and germs, faster healing, infection protection, and pain relief.

Time to entertain grandbaby and myself now. We are making our own sock puppets then we are going to play with them. We’ll have fun, fun, fun until…. Oh, that is another song….


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35 thoughts on “Band-Aid + Neosporin = Better Together – With Giveaway

  1. I have your button on my blog. (Alphabetical) (#1)

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  2. The kids took care of a couple of Aloe plants from a few years ago. So, we use those and band-aids. Lot and lots of band-aids.

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  3. We use Neosporin and Band-aids to treat cuts we also have a no sting antiseptic to treat cuts…with our baby who is walking now it’s a little harder since he would pull the band-aid off and eat it… I use antiseptic and cover his wound with clothing

  4. I have a spray bandaid wound cleaner – it fizzes a bit, drips off and airdryes before the bandaid goes on. Depending on what has happened, I also have neosporin. Turns out my daughter is allergic to the mercury perservative in neosporin so I also have to have bacitrin in the house.
    For years I chased that girl to put on extra neosporin because she just couldn’t keep her fingers off a healing scrape – who knew it itched because of the reaction to the perservative so I was complicating things by reapplying so much

  5. clean and dab a little antibiotic ointment and let the kids pick out a assortment of cartoon character bandaids.

  6. I wash it, apply neosporin and then they get to choose a band-aid. I prefer latex free for my youngest and me, because regular bandaids cause our skin to be irritated.

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