Whoever Put the Cold in Cold Sores Wasn't Kidding!
Have you ever wondered why cold sores have the word “cold” in the name? While the derivation isn’t clear, one thing is certain—people who get cold sores (caused by the HSV-1 virus), are often prone to getting them during cold and flu season. But, nothing about a cold sore is cold! In fact, they tend to be accompanied by a warm, burning, or tingling sensation.
This winter, reach for NEW Carmex® Cold Sore Treatment, the ONLY over-the-counter cold sore treatment that works on contact to block pain and itch with 10% Benzocaine, while also minimizing the appearance of a sore.This breakthrough product features TriPLEX™ Formula advanced technology, which combines three different optical brightener and filler technologies that each provide unique appearance minimizing benefits.
Carmex® Cold Sore Treatment provides immediate results – so you can go from sore to smile with just a dab!
I have been lucky so far this year that I have not yet had any cold sores on my lips, but guess what? I have a crack right inside of the corner of my left nostril that has been red and highly inflamed. I always seem to get a sore there when the weather gets colder. It is very painful. I have discovered that a small dab of Carmex® Cold Sore Treatment applied from a q-tip is the perfect solution for immediate relief and faster healing. Nothing else works as well.
You can find NEW Carmex® Cold Sore Treatment ($14.99) at drugstores nationwide
Disclaimer: I received a sample of this product to review and to keep. All opinions are my own.