JOJ512372200

Neosporin NEO TO GO! First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Spray

Pain - 0.26 oz - 1 Each

Reg. Price $8.90

Our Price $8.58 Each

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Take it with you anywhere for instant infection protection and pain relief
Spray design allows no-touch and no-sting application; for external use only
Portable device delivers more than 140 sprays
0.26 oz
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SKU
JOJ512372200
Manufacturer
Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
512372200
Brand Name
Neosporin
Product Type
Pain Reliever
Application/Usage
Pain
Fluid Quantity
0.26 oz
Recycled
No

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Neosporin NEO TO GO! First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Spray
 
4.8

(based on 790 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (114)

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    (2)

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98%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

#1 On the Go First Aid Product!

I recieved this product for testing purposes and let me tell you this product has exceeded my expectations! I'm a mommy of 2 little ones and the Neosporin on the go is great to...Read complete review

I recieved this product for testing purposes and let me tell you this product has exceeded my expectations! I'm a mommy of 2 little ones and the Neosporin on the go is great to keep in my diaper bag in case of a scraped knee, elbow, you name it! My 3 year old can even spray it! It's that easy!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Worst product I've ever used

I recieved this from Influenster.com and I was severely disappointed. It is runny and quite frankly looks like snot dripping down the wound. First time I used it I didn't shake it. It...Read complete review

I recieved this from Influenster.com and I was severely disappointed. It is runny and quite frankly looks like snot dripping down the wound. First time I used it I didn't shake it. It doesn't say to nor does it say not too. So the second time I used it I shook it up and sprayed it on a bug bite. Bout 30 secs later my son broke down crying that it stung and he couldn't take it no more. So I tried it on my on a shaving cut and by george it stung and hurt me. If you use it surely DONT shake it. And get a bandaid on quickly.

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5.0

Ever considered changing the name

By Boo Boo Buster

from Galveston

Comments about Neosporin NEO TO GO! First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Spray:

A few weeks ago our four year old was riding his bike and wrecked. Skinning both knees and his elbows. After the initial screams, he calmed down. My wife told him she was going to use neo to go. He looked up at her and said you mean "Boo Boo Buster?" We looked at other and thought WOW what a catchy name. Maybe just maybe kids might like the name a little better.

 
5.0

Excellent product - Highly Recommend

By Long Bass fisherman

from Bloomington

Comments about Neosporin NEO TO GO! First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Spray:

Hi, I got a cut from fishing on Saturday (4 days ago). A largemouth bass made a 1 inch cut on my left them as I was handling it to remove the hook. (Catch and release, he fought well and survived). It hurt like heck when it cut. After a good evening of fishing with my buddy, I went home and washed the cut. I used hydrogen peroxide to clean the wound too. I dried it with a sterile cloth, and applied Neosporin with a Q-tip. I then put on a waterproof bandage. I changed the bandage every day. Put new Neosporin on. I let the would "breathe" every day as well for awhile before putting on fresh bandage. It does not hurt, it doesn't look infected, it looks great. I don't expect to see any lasting scar. This product is the best. I've used it for years. Be smart, and use it if you get a cut, burn, or wound. You will be back to normal in no time! Thanks Neosporin!

 
5.0

Scar away!

By Roshie

from Garden Grove

Comments about Neosporin NEO TO GO! First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Spray:

I've been using this new neosporin as a scar treatment for old wounds for about 3 weeks and my scars are quickly diminishing! Highly recommend for anyone looking to reduce the appearance of old scars.

 
5.0

Great. Item

By Sugarlynn1

from Servierville

Comments about Neosporin NEO TO GO! First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Spray:

Great item for pain. I use it all the time. It helps me go through the day.

 
5.0

Does what it says! Heals and pain relief

By akenne1

from Chicago

Comments about Neosporin NEO TO GO! First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Spray:

Neosporin cream with pain relief is number one in my house. I had a very nasty cat bit. I ran wound under water for 5 minutes and washed with soap and water three more times. The neosporin cream with pain reliever was heavily placed on ugly wound. Looks like almost nothing in 5 days. i will not use the neosporin ointment, since that burns me a little. I only bought the ointment version once because they boxes look so similar. Neosporin cream is the BEST. Takes pain away and heals faster than body can heal by itself.

 
5.0

Excellent

By Nikki

from Pittsburgh

Comments about Neosporin NEO TO GO! First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Spray:

Great if you raise boys!! Heals quickly!! Soothes pain!! Do know anothe product that works this well!! And I have tried everything!!

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Love it

By Anonymous

from Pumtum country

Comments about Neosporin NEO TO GO! First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Spray:

I have used this just about Every day and I love I

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

This product is awesome

By Kar

from Bell

Comments about Neosporin NEO TO GO! First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Spray:

Good product, have recommended to all my friends, i use ut daily.

 
5.0

Excellent results every time

By Sas07

from Miami

Comments about Neosporin NEO TO GO! First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Spray:

I have used it many occasions every time results are fantastic. I trust it for all my family

 
5.0

I keep this in my Hunting Backpack

By Tank__2017

from Waco

Comments about Neosporin NEO TO GO! First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Relieving Spray:

I keep this in my Fieldline Tactical MOLLE pack along with other First-Aid Supplies. I literally take this thing with me wherever I go, hunting, fishing, camping, vacation, etc. and I've always got some Neosporin on hand to help care for a wound!

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