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Travel Aids - Topical Antibiotic Ointment

Take care of minor cuts, scrapes and nicks as soon as they happen. A topical antibiotic ointment is a must for the first aid travel kit. The antibiotic ointment speeds healing and reduces scarring. There are new single-use packets of ointment containing a pain reliever.

Nicks, scrapes or cuts especially those on the feet are susceptible to infections easily. This is because the Southeast Asia tourist are on beaches wearing sandals or no shoes at all. This invites problems for those with open wounds. Problems which can ruin one's travels in Southeast Asia.

Clean the wound with soap and BOTTLED WATER! Spread topical antibiotic ointment on the injury. The gel consistency keeps in moisture; it helps new skin grow back easily.

Pick up a topical antibiotic ointment or single-use packets at the local drugstore. Add it to the first aid kit. Invest in a first aid kit or replenish the current kit.

First Aid Travel Kit @ Amazon.com
Donít have a personal first aid kit. Purchase this kit. It contains items to take care of minor injuries. The small case doesnít take-up valuable space.

Travelers who have a first aid kit and what to replenish the antibiotic gel, this is the perfect addition.
Boiron Calendula First Aid Gel

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