GoodSense Triple Antibiotic Ointment 1 OZ

By | January 21, 2018
GoodSense Triple Antibiotic Ointment 1 OZ

Good Sense Triple Antibiotic Ointment 1 OZ. First Aid Antibiotic Ointment. Bacitracin, Neomycin Sulfate, Polymyxin B Sulfate. First aid to help prevent infection in minor: cuts, scrapes, burns. Compare to Neosporin active ingredients. This product is not affiliated with, manufactured by, or produced by the makers of Neosporin. See product images above for full product information.

  • First Aid Antibiotic Ointment
  • First aid to help prevent infection in minor: cuts; scrapes; burns
  • Original Strength
  • Long Lasting

2 thoughts on “GoodSense Triple Antibiotic Ointment 1 OZ

  1. Dogs & Horses 🐎🐕🐈
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works well for us and the dogs on minor injuries, exactly like the name brand version, June 2, 2015
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    Dogs & Horses 🐎🐕🐈 (TEXAS, United States) –

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    I love the GoodSense brand for over the counter medicines and first aid supplies. This antibiotic ointment is identical to the much more expensive brand name versions and works just as well. I use it for minor scratches, scrapes and small cuts or blisters with no negative reactions. We’ve used it on our dogs as well for minor cuts on the ear and foot pads. It absorbs enough and tastes bitter enough that they aren’t inclined to lick it off immediately.
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  2. Stefano 1951
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    OK – but no longer at a good price, April 14, 2014
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    Stefano 1951 (New Hampshire) –

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    This review is from: GoodSense Triple Antibiotic Ointment 1 OZ (Health and Beauty)
    I’ve used triple antibiotic ointment for years on mine and my kids’ cuts and abrasions. I does seem to speed the healing process and prevent infections, so I always keep a tube on hand. I have bought generic labels put out by the drug store chains because it was fairly inexpensive (less than $3 oz for a 1 oz tube). Then, almost overnight, the price at CVS, etc almost tripled. I saw this brand on Amazon for a bit over $2 and bought a few tubes. Yesterday I went to reorder and see the price jumped to over $9. Still a good product, but what gives on the price hike?
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