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Abreva Docosanol 10% Cream Tube, FDA Approved Treatment for Cold Sore/Fever Blister, 2 grams On the Go Pack

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Abreva Docosanol 10% Cream Tube, FDA Approved Treatment for Cold Sore/Fever Blister, 2 grams On the Go Pack
.07 OZ, .02 lbs. Item # 348859
HSA/FSA Eligible

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

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.

Abreva Cold Sore Treatment

Act Fast. Get Rid of It Fast.

Abreva does more than just reduce the duration of cold sore symptoms. When used at the first tingle, Abreva can help get rid of your cold sore in 2½ days.* Abreva starts actively working as soon as you apply it. It gets to work penetrating into the skin to block the virus, protecting healthy cells.
*When used at the first sign. Median healing time 4.1 days. 25% of users healed in 2.5 days.

What Are Cold Sores?

Cold sores, also known as fever blisters or oral herpes, are very common. They can be easy to recognize, as they usually appear as red bumps or blisters around the lips and mouth.
Cold Sore Stages
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Introduction
A cold sore is a blister that usually forms on or around the lips.

What Causes Cold Sores?

Cold sores are usually caused by the HSV-1 virus, which is often contracted early in childhood. Once you have the cold sore virus, it lies dormant until something triggers an outbreak and they’re reactivated.

Cold sores are contagious at all stages of the outbreak and are easily passed along through close personal contact, like kissing or sharing lip balms and drinks. The cold sore virus can also be transferred by touching, so be sure to wash your hands after treatment.

What Are Cold Sore Triggers?

UV Rays and Cold Sores
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Sun Exposure
UV rays from the sun damage skin, lower immunity and can trigger cold sores. But that doesn’t mean you have to stay indoors and hide from the sun. Get outside and make sure to protect yourself from the sun.

Watch Abreva in Action

How Abreva works

1. When used at the first tingle, Abreva can heal a cold sore in just 2½ days.*

2. Abreva works quickly by penetrating deep into the skin to the source of the spreading virus.

3. At the core of the cold sore, Abreva blocks the virus and provides a barrier to protect healthy skin cells.**
*When used at the first sign. Median healing time 4.1 days. 25% of users healed in 2.5 days.
**Based on laboratory studies

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Abreva is a lifesaver!
I don’t know what I would do without Abreva, it is literally my go to treatment for cold sores nothing works as good.
-Liz

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Beyond words..because it works
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-Barb

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A Noticeable Change
Been using this for years. Just remember, the sooner you catch the problem, the better.
-Craig

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*Median healing time 4.1 days. 25% of users healed in 2.5 days.
**Based on laboratory studies on viral replication.
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FAQs

Q: What is Abreva Cream and how does it work?
A: Abreva Cream is a cold sore medicine that penetrates deep into the skin and starts
to work immediately to block the virus. It is also the only nonprescription cold sore
medicine approved by the FDA to shorten healing time by getting to the source of
your cold sore without stinging or burning. Abreva Cream is a smooth white cream,
and it has no smell or taste. You could heal your cold sore in 2½ days
when you use Abreva Cream at the first sign of a cold sore.*

*Median healing time 4.1 days. 25% of users healed in 2.5 days.

Q: What is the difference between the Abreva Cream tube and pump?
A: Abreva Cream comes in a tube or pump, and uses the same formula. The tube is
perfect to use at home while the pump offers a clean and easy way to carry your
Abreva Cream on the go, so you’re ready to start healing at the first tingle.

Q: How do I use the Abreva Cream pump?
A: To use the Abreva Cream pump for the first time, simply take the top off and press
the pump 6 to 8 times to get the first dose. Each time after, just gradually press the
pump for the amount you need. You can then apply the cream with a cotton swab or
your finger by rubbing it in gently. Be sure to wash your hands before and after
applying the cream.

Q: How much Abreva Cream is dispensed with each pump?
A: More cream may be needed when a cold sore is large and less as it gets smaller.
Gradually press the pump until you get the amount that’s right for you. It is okay
to include the area surrounding the cold sore so it is not wasted.

Q: Where can I buy Abreva Cream?
A: Abreva Cream is available in the cough and cold or oral care section of your
local drug, discount, or grocery store. Ask your pharmacist for more information
and help in finding Abreva Cream. For special savings on Abreva Cream, or a
list of online retailers, please visit our where to buy page.

Q: How is Abreva Cream different from other cold sore products?
A: Abreva Cream contains a unique, active ingredient that, when used at the first sign
of a cold sore, helps to protect healthy cells from the cold sore infection. Other
nonprescription treatments like Orajel™ only provide temporary relief from the symptoms
of a cold sore. Abreva Cream is the only nonprescription cold sore medication approved
by the FDA to shorten healing time and the duration of symptoms. You could heal your
cold sore in 2½ days when you use Abreva Cream at the first sign of a cold sore.*

*Median healing time 4.1 days. 25% of users healed in 2.5 days.

Q: How long will a tube of Abreva Cream last for the average cold sore sufferer?
A: Our surveys indicate that one 2-gram tube of Abreva Cream will last the average
cold sore sufferer through 2-3 episodes. Which is a year’s supply for the average
sufferer. However, because the duration of cold sores varies among different
individuals, your results may vary. It is important to apply Abreva Cream according to
the package directions and recommended dosage. Avoid trying to “stretch” the
product to last for an extra episode.

Treat at the First Tingle

ABREVA CREAM ORIGINAL TUBE
ABREVA CREAM ORIGINAL TUBE
The compact, convenient Abreva Cream tube is cleverly designed for a low-profile, on-the-go fix.
ABREVA CREAM PUMP
ABREVA CREAM PUMP
The slim, trim and perfectly portable design dispenses Abreva Cream at the press of a finger.
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©2018 GSK group of companies or its licensor.
Product Satisfaction

If for any reason you are not satisfied with any GSK Consumer Healthcare product, GSK Consumer Healthcare will provide you with a reimbursement within 45 days of the date of purchase. Please note that because GSK is unable to control the quality of our products sold by unauthorized sellers, the Guarantee is not available for products purchased from unauthorized sellers due to potential quality issues outside GSK’s control. Please contact GSK Consumer Healthcare directly for more information.
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.

Directions
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.

Warnings
Allergy alert. This product may cause a severe allergic reaction. Symptoms may include: Hives. Facial swelling. Wheezing/difficulty breathing. Shock. Rash. If an allergic reaction occurs, stop use and seek medical help right away. For external use only. Do not use if you are allergic to any ingredient in this product. When using this product: Apply only to affected areas. Do not use in or near the eyes. Avoid applying directly inside your mouth. Do not share this product with anyone. This may spread infection. Stop use and ask a doctor if your cold sore gets worse or the cold sore is not healed within 10 days. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.

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