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Does anyone know a good alternative to neosporin?

I put it on on pimples and scabs I know I know no popping

it does help but little tiny pimples pop up next to where I put it

I use it cause it contains zinc but obviousy it is pore clogging

ugh my skin is so sensitive

thanks

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Hey, I hope you see this since it has been awhile from when you posted this. But Triple antibiotic ointment, i know i have equate brand. Its the same thing as neosporin but considered an off brand. hope that helps

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Does anyone know a good alternative to neosporin?

I put it on on pimples and scabs I know I know no popping

it does help but little tiny pimples pop up next to where I put it

I use it cause it contains zinc but obviousy it is pore clogging

ugh my skin is so sensitive

thanks

Are you using the white neosporin cream or the gel-like ointment? I know the ointment definitely clogs pores. The cream is supposed to be a lot less comedogenic.

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Does anyone know a good alternative to neosporin?

I put it on on pimples and scabs I know I know no popping

it does help but little tiny pimples pop up next to where I put it

I use it cause it contains zinc but obviousy it is pore clogging

ugh my skin is so sensitive

thanks

Are you using the white neosporin cream or the gel-like ointment? I know the ointment definitely clogs pores. The cream is supposed to be a lot less comedogenic.

That's where I was gonna go ... the white cream Neosporin is way better, non-greasy, absorbs better, doesn't smear or leave shine, helps heal ... plus some people have allergic reactions to the ointment type Neosporin. The white cream Neosporin also has pain relief, which might not be needed for acne stuff, but it's just an added perk ... and sometimes it might help depending on the situation.

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