Welcome to the forum.
All ointments and creams used for humans -- certainly including neosporin -- contain preservatives that instantaneously kill all viruses, including HIV. It wouldn't matter if the cream had been rubbed into a bleeding wound of a person wtih HIV, and then used on you. There would be no HIV transmission risk. Certainly there is absolutely no risk in the situation you describe, regardless of the bruising that occurred from the acupuncture.
So no worries, no need for testing, and you can safely continue unprotected sex with any regular partner you may have.
I hope this has been helpful. Best wishes-- HHH, MD
Just so that I understand, a bit of someone's residual possibly infected blood from the tube tip rubbed into my 2 min prior removed needle opening on my body cannot transmit the virus, no way, no how is that correct?
Based on what i described(acupuncturist using no gloves when pulling out needles and handing patients the same neosporin tube for reuse) of this otherwise clean acupuncture place, should i have any concern contracting HIV/HEP C from continuing frequent use of this place?
Thank you very much Doctor and best wishes to you.