Hello. Welcome to ask the doctor.
I understand your concern.
It seems that the epidermal layer of skin has got abraded leading to erosion.
Neosporin is one of a very common cause of allergic contact dermatitis.
I don't prefer to advice Neosporin application for skin to my patients.
I usually advise my patients to apply topical cream containing mupirocin 2 percent over the affected area.
Keep the area clean with soap and water.
Visit your doctor so that he can examine you and give you a prescription.
You can share my opinion with him.
I hope it helps.
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