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Abreva Cold Sore/Fever Blister Treatment 2g UK

£21.99

Abreva Cold Sore Treatment Cream 10% Docosanol

Abreva Cream is the only nonprescription cold sore medicine approved by the FDA to shorten healing time. While other products just soothe, Abreva works quickly by penetrating deep into the skin to the source of the spreading virus. Abreva comes in a tube or pump, and uses the same formula for each.
  • Healing cream for treating cold sores and fever blisters on the face or lips
  • Shortens the duration of tingling, pain, burning and itching symptoms
  • Delivers best results when treated at the first tingle
  • Penetrates deep into the skin to the source of the spreading virus
  • Contains 2 grams of cream

What is docosanol cream ?

Docosanol Cream is commonly used to treat "cold sores/fever blisters" (herpes labialis). It can speed up healing of sores and reduce associated symptoms (including tingling, pain, burning, itching).

How does Docosanol Cream Work ?

Docosanol Cream works by blocking the virus that causes Cold Sores (Herpes Simplex) from entering Healthy Skin cells and multiplying in numbers.

 

Indications:

Stop Use Indications: Stop use and ask a doctor if: your cold sore gets worse or the cold sore is not healed within 10 days.

Health Concern: Cold Sore Treatment

Ingredients:

Inactive Ingredients: Benzyl alcohol, light mineral oil, propylene glycol, purified water, sucrose distearate, sucrose stearate.

Ingredients: Active Ingredients: Docosanol 10% - Cold sore/fever blister treatment; Inactive Ingredients: Benzyl alcohol, light mineral oil, propylene glycol, purified water, sucrose distearate, sucrose stearate.

Active Ingredients: Docosanol 10%

Directions:

Instructions: Adults And children 12 years or over: wash hands before And after applying cream. Apply to affected area on face or lips at the first sign of cold sore/fever blister (tingle). Early treatment ensures the best results. Rub in gently but completely. Use 5 times a day until healed. Children under 12 years: ask a doctor. Press pump completely about 6-8 times to get first dose.