Abreva Cold Sore Medication and Pain Relief
Don’t let cold sores stop you in your tracks. Used at the first sign of a tingle, Abreva® Cream acts fast to tackle a cold sore at its source. Abreva® cold sore cream can heal a cold sore in as few as 2½ days* when used at the first sign of an outbreak. Nothing heals a cold sore faster.**
Abreva® Cream contains the only non-prescription ingredient approved by the FDA to shorten the time it takes to get rid of a cold sore. Its unique formulation uses the active ingredient Docosanol to penetrate deep into the heart of your cold sore and block the virus from infecting other cells.***
When you feel pain and burning from the cold sore or blister, Abreva has you covered with Abreva Rapid Pain Relief gel. It delivers quick, targeted relief from the first application.
From the makers of Abreva cold sore anti-viral cream, NEW fast acting Rapid Pain Relief for cold sores*
From the experts in cold sore care, Rapid Pain Relief from Abreva is formulated with maximum strength lidocaine for a rapid numbing effect and hydrating glycerin to prevent painful cracking. From the first application, this max-strength gel formula provides targeted relief from pain and throbbing associated with cold sores, easing your physical discomfort.
*Targeted pain relief from the first application
Abreva® Cold Sore Cream Works Fast* – Whatever Your Cold Sore Trigger
Cold sores are small blisters that develop on the lips or around the mouth. Caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV-1), cold sores are highly contagious – that's why you need to act fast.
Cold sore triggers include viral infection or fever, stress, fatigue, exposure to sunlight and wind, hormonal changes and a weakened immune system. Reach for Abreva® Cream at the first sign of a cold sore tingle.
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Abreva Reviews – What users say about Abreva Products
“Abreva® is worth its weight in gold. I’m astounded that it started working so quickly and so well.”
*When used at the first sign
*Abreva contains the only OTC ingredient approved by the FDA to shorten healing time and duration of symptoms.
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Use only as directed.
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