96 Responses to “Not Your Mother’s Neosporin: Healing Salve for Minor Scrapes and Burns”


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  1. Liz H

    Has anyone tried using this to heal pimples after they have scabed over? I picked one the other day and I was thinking since I use neosporin to help it heal, would this work better?

  2. Cristina

    Can you add tea tree essential oil?

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  5. Great.. I like the idea of adding honey… Melaleuca (tea tree oil) has a long list of beneficial properties. It is an analgesic, antibacterial, anti fungal, anti-inflammatory, a strong antiseptic, and antiviral and is best for your skin.


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