Do you feel that tingling on your lip? Sense a blister is about to appear? You are not alone; about 20% of the population suffers from ordinary cold sores. Herpecin L helps relieve and treat cold sores, sun and fever blisters. Many pharmacists recommend Herpecin L because it heals without drying and soothes chapped lips. Plus, the SPF 30 sunscreen protects against the sun’s harmful rays.
Get real relief from blisters and smooth those lips with Herpecin L.
This works great for cold sores. As soon as I feel a little tingle I quickly cover the spot with Herpecin-L. I can feel results in as little as 2 hours.
I've even been able to stop a cold sore from forming with as little as 2 applications from the first tingle.
By Dallas from Texas on 10-21-11
I love this lip balm. It glides on smoothly without leaving a sticky feel and it has SPF 30! I go through about 2 tubes a month, wearing it under my lipstick which doesn't have any SPF. Do be warned if your lips are chapped and you put this on, there may be a slight sting. There is no flavor listed on the packaging so I assumed it was unflavored. However, there is a slight hint of vanilla that I enjoy. I like that it also has vitamins and lysine. Who knows how much actually gets absorbed by the lips, but I'd rather use a lip balm with vitamins than without.
By Harley from Greenville, NC on 05-10-11
I have tried Herpecin-L for cold sores. When I was about 45, it worked GREAT. The worst part of a cold sore, to me, is the scab that forms after. It got rid ofv the scab almost overnight. I aqm now 61. The last time I used it I was 60, and it doesn't touch the scab. I was wondering if THEY CHANGED THEIRF FORMULA.?or, is it that your body changes, it doesn't work?maybe the cold sore virus, the herpes virus, develops a resistance to Herpecin-L?
By Peggy from Petoskey, Mi on 10-25-10
Inactive Ingredients: helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, petrolatum, ozokerite, mineral oil, microcrystalline wax, talc, titanium dioxide, beeswax, melissa officinalis leaf extract, cetyl lactate, glyceryl laurate, flavor, lysine HCI, ascorbyl palmitate, tocopheryl acetate, pyridoxine HCI, panthenol, BHT (224-014)
Adults and children 12 years or over, should apply Herpecin-L to the affected area on lips at the first sign of cold sore. Rub the product in gently, but completely. For cracking or dryness, continue to cover lips until the product is absorbed. Apply liberally as often as necessary. Consult a doctor before using on children under 12 years of age.
For external use only. Do not use if you are allergic to any ingredient in this product. When using this product, apply it only to affected areas. Do not use it in or near the eyes. Avoid applying directly inside your mouth. Do not share this product with anyone since this may spread the infection. Stop use and ask a doctor if condition worsens or does not improve within 7 days. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.