Abreva cold sore medicine: Treats cold sores/fever blisters on the face or lips. Shortens healing time and duration of symptoms.
Abreva Cold Sore & Fever Blister Pump
When Should I Use Abreva? Start applying Abreva the moment you feel a cold sore coming on, when you feel that tingle, itch and/or burning sensation. If you miss the tingle stage, start using Abreva as soon as you can, and apply it five times a day until your cold sore is healed.
How Does Abreva Work? Abreva contains 10 percent Docosanol, a unique patented active ingredient that helps protect healthy cells from the cold sore virus. As Abreva helps the healthy cells defend the cold sore virus, the virus has a difficult time infecting more and more cells. This means cold sores heal faster and symptoms don't last as long.
Active Ingredients: Docosanol (10%) (Cold sore/fever blister treatment)
Inactive Ingredients: Benzyl Alcohol, Light Mineral Oil, Propylene Glycol, Water (Purified), Sucrose Distearate, Sucrose Stearate
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Posted by Unknown on 31st Jul 2009
i have had a cold sor for 5 days and it has healed
Posted by Nancy on 6th Apr 2009
My husband suffers from painfull cold sores on occasions.He has tried different remedies. I've always saw the commercials for Abreva.I went and bought it to try it out the next time he got a cold sore. He applied it on and first the pain went down and then in a couple of hours, he could see that the sore was decreasing in size. For several days he applied till it cleared up.For as much as it cost. It sure did work!
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