Can I Use My Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA) to Purchase Abreva Products?
On March 27th, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed, with inclusions mandating updates on the use of health savings accounts (HSAs), flexible spending accounts (FSAs) and health reimbursement accounts (HRAs). The passage of the CARES Act by Congress includes provisions to restore over-the-counter eligibility under tax-preferred HSA and FSA accounts. Your plan details can vary, so make sure to save your receipts and check with your benefits or health provider for eligibility to purchase Abreva® products.uch more.
Using My FSA to Purchase Abreva® Products
- You can use your FSA tax-preferred savings account to purchase cold sore cream products including Abreva® without a prescription.
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Using My HSA to Purchase Abreva® Products
- You can also use your health savings account (HSA) to purchase cold sore cream like Abreva® without a prescription.
- Abreva® products may be able to be purchased with HSA funds.
Questions about Abreva® Products? Learn More in Our FAQ Center.
- Find out more about Abreva® products and commonly asked cold sore questions on our FAQ page.
FSA and HSA Frequently Asked Questions
- Can you use FSA funds for cold sore products?
- Yes, you can purchase Abreva® Cream products with your FSA account funds.
- Can I use my HSA card for OTC creams for cold sores?
- Yes, you can use your HSA card to buy Abreva® Cream.