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Polysporin Plus Pain Relief Antibiotic!

Is it the same as neosporin?

I red that some people tried this as a spot treatemtn and it helped them....

I'm on differin in am and clindolxy(benzolye peroxide 5%) in pm....

so do ut hink if I use the poly on top of these medication as a spot treatment it would be ok and not make acne acne worse...

I was thinking of trying it on one spot 1st

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u want to try polysportin on some of ur spots? i just recently bought polysporin because i got stitches and i asked my mom what would happen if i put the polysporin on some of my red spots on my face but she didnt know if it would help, so im kinda scared to use it cuz its a cream and it might break me out.. so i donno

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ok so i bought some neosporin plus pain releif cream... how do i use the stuff?! can anyone help?! do i put it on healing spots [i'm on accutane, so no active inflamed cysts, just healing ones] or on scars or what? and how much/how often? before moisturizer or after? helllppp

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is neosporin the same as polysporin? can u use polysporin as acne spot treatment also, or just neosporin?? and i think u would just apply it on the active pimples b/c this cream helps to prevent or minimize scaring. so applying this to scars u already have wont do much help since the wound/pimple is already healed. so i dont think applying it to the scars or redmarks you have will do anything to them..

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Okay, you get the cream, apply it after moisturizer, and apply it to spots AND redmarks to help fade them. It is strictly a spot treatment.

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is polysporin the same thing as neosporin?

and is it bad to apply this neosporin cream to existing new pimples? or is it strictly JUST for red marks?

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