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An ointment is a viscous semisolid preparation used topically on a variety of body surfaces. These include the skin and the mucus membranes of the eye (an eye ointment), vagina, glans and nose. An ointment may or may not be medicated.

Related topical preparations include creams, lotions, liniments and gels.

Ointments generally are inexpensive to purchase.

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