Is antibiotic ointment safe for babies?
While there is no age limit for Original NEOSPORIN® First Aid Antibiotics, including NEO TO GO!®, we always recommend contacting your physician before treating babies or young children under 2 years of age.
Is it safe to use Neosporin on babies?
Neosporin should not be used on a child younger than 2 years old without medical advice.
Is Bacitracin ointment safe for babies?
Bacitracin, neomycin, and polymyxin B topical should not be used on a child younger than 2 years old without medical advice.
Is Aquaphor Baby Safe?
Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment is touted as safe for external use anywhere on a baby’s body. While this appears to be true based on the ingredients listed in the formula, use of the ointment around delicate mucous membranes, such as the eyes, ears, nose or mouth should be restricted.
Is polysporin safe for infants?
We don’t recommend using any POLYSPORIN® products beyond their expiration date. Are POLYSPORIN® products appropriate for children? POLYSPORIN® Topical Antibiotics are appropriate for all ages. Always read and follow the label before using POLYSPORIN® products.
Is aquaphor the same as Neosporin?
But, says Macrene, it’s worth considering making the switch to Aquaphor: “A study showed that using bacitracin or neomycin [both present in Neosporin] as compared to Aquaphor caused resistant bacteria in wounds.” Aquaphor. Both derms agree: This is your best bet for wound care treatment.
Is bacitracin the same as Neosporin?
Bacitracin and Neosporin are both available in ointment forms. Bacitracin is a brand-name drug that contains the active ingredient bacitracin only. Neosporin is the brand name of a combination drug with the active ingredients bacitracin, neomycin, and polymixin b.
Can you use Neosporin on babies for diaper rash?
Antibiotic ointment (triple antibiotic, bacitracin, or Neosporin® non-prescription) applied 3 times a day usually clears this up quickly; you can safely try this as a home remedy.
Can you use hydrogen peroxide on babies?
Do not use alcohol, iodine, mercurochrome, hydrogen peroxide or similar agents to clean the wound. They will cause pain and irritation and will not clean the wound any better than clean water.
Can you use Bactine on a baby?
Severe Precaution: Rare risk of methemoglobinemia in infants age < 6 months. Use dose based on age, body weight and physical condition. Severe Precaution: Rare risk of methemoglobinemia. Use dose based on age, body weight and physical condition.