September 24, 2016
by Paul Larkin
Cold sores are very, very annoying. How do you get rid of them? How do you stop the stinging?
There are so many sprays, ointments and balms out there. Which one should you choose?
Look through health4coldsores.com to find some solutions to your problems and avoid possible causes.
Ice may does not get rid of the cold sore, but it does ease the discomfort and inflammation of cold sores.
Apply a cold pack directly to the sores for temporary relief.
Vanilla extract is a natural cold sore remedy. It makes it hard for the virus to thrive and can either wipe it out or lessen its severity and duration. Start applying it the second you feel the tingling set it.
Soak cotton pad or swab in vanilla until thoroughly saturated. Apply directly to the cold sore, holding the swab or pad in place for a minute or so. Repeat four times each day until no longer needed.
Bio-Propolis Cold Sore ointment
• Soothing ointment
• Forms protective barrier
• Made from Propolis extract
Customer review, written on 9th September 2016:
“It’s the only product I use when I get a cold sore, and I’ve tried many over the years. The difference with Bio-propolis is that it keeps the lips moist while healing the cold sore. I also use it when my lips are dry, it seems to coat the area with moisture, wonderful.”
Customer review, written on 30th May 2016:
“I have been using Bio-propolis cold sore ointment for many years now and wouldn’t use anything else. Brilliant for cold sores, the ointment keeps the lips moist ensuring the cold sore heals up quickly. Also good when lips are dry.”
If you have cured a cold sore with a natural remedy or a product from the pharmacy, let us know . . .