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Buy Bacitin Ointment Online

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BRAND LISTING - Bacitin Ointment (Bacitracin)
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500U/G

Bacitin Ointment (Bacitracin)

Bacitin Ointment, also known by the chemical name Bacitracin, is an over the counter topical antibiotic that helps prevent bacterial infections caused by minor cuts, abrasions, and burns. Once the affected area is cleaned and dried, apply Bacitin Ointment as directed where it will work by causing the bacterial cell walls to break down. Without these protective walls, bacteria cannot grow and reproduce so their numbers dwindle and an infection is averted.

Our skin is home to many bacteria and it is usually a happy co-existence. The most common bacterium is Staphylococcus which is pretty harmless for the most part. But if there is a break in your skin from an injury, scratching, or minor burn, they can get into these areas and set up shop. Bacitin Ointment is available to help stop this from happening by destroying their cell walls before they have a chance to multiply.

Even for minor burns or lesions, you should visit your physician to decide whether an OTC topical medication is appropriate for your situation. You can talk to your doctor or pharmacist about any side effects that may occur with the use of Bacitin Ointment and if there are conflicting medications you are taking that could interfere with Bacitracin. Bacitin Ointment is for small abrasions only and should not be applied on large areas of affected skin, nor will it work for viral or fungal infections.

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