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Tuesday
Mar102009

Spring is coming and that means...scraped knees for twins

This past weekend we had a taste of Spring. The twins were so happy to toss their heavy winter coats to the side, climb a tree, ride their bikes, and then come running inside because one had scraped her knee and the other had cut her finger.

This time, thanks to Mom Central and Johnson's, I was prepared! I had just received my samples of Neosporin + Pain Relief ointment and cream and was excited to try it out. I grew up with Neosporin so of course it is what I stock in my own house. But this Neosporin + Pain Relief is different because it helped stop the crying while it helped to prevent infection.


Did you know that even minor cuts and scrapes can become contaminated with dirt and germs, which may cause infection? Did you know that Neosporin is suitable for ages 2 and up?

After I received these samples I looked through my medicine cabinet and noticed a few expired tubes. Those have been tossed but I encourage you to check your own!

Then pick up tubes of Neosporin + Pain Relief ointment, cream (great for minor burns) and the Neo to Go spray (perfect for trips to the playground) so that you are well stocked for the spring and summer months.

Replacing our boo-boo buddy,
Janine

Reader Comments (2)

We definitely have a few tubes of the stuff around here!

March 15, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterFiona

I love the Neo+pain relief cream. Our boo boo routine is wash, "cream", a bandaid, and a kiss. Love that the cream is much lessier than the traditional ointment. I keep a tube/bandaids in a snack size ziplock in the car, diaper bag and house. You never know when something will happen with kids. :-)

PS...it ROCKS on adult paper cuts too that hurt like HECK!!!

March 18, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterKaren Hartzell, Graco

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