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Herpecin L - HL30 Lip Protectant/Cold Sore & Sunscreen Lip Balm Stick 30 SPF - 0.1 oz.

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Herpecin L - HL30 Lip Protectant/Cold Sore & Sunscreen Lip Balm Stick 30 SPF - 0.1 oz.

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  • Manufacturer:Herpecin L
  • Size/Form:0.10  oz.
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Herpecin L H30 Lip Protectant/Cold Sore & Sunscreen Lip Balm Stick SPF 30 - .1 oz. (2.8g)

Herpecin L H30 Lip Protectant/Cold Sore & Sunscreen Lip Balm Stick SPF 30 is today's answer to cold sores, sun & fever blisters, and dry, chapped lips. Herpecin L H30 Lip Protectant/Cold Sore & Sunscreen Lip Balm Stick SPF 30 is easy to apply. Herpecin L H30 Lip Protectant/Cold Sore & Sunscreen Lip Balm Stick SPF 30 promises to give you relief from cold sores and fever blisters. There is something you can do to help treat and relieve your cold sores. Herpecin L H30 Lip Protectant/Cold Sore & Sunscreen Lip Balm Stick SPF 30 is a unique, pharmacist-recommended product for the treatment, protection, and relief of cold sores, sun and fever blisters. Herpecin L H30 Lip Protectant/Cold Sore & Sunscreen Lip Balm Stick SPF 30 is safe to use every day to help relieve and protect painful cracking of lips and promotes healing without numbing or drying. Herpecin L H30 Lip Protectant/Cold Sore & Sunscreen Lip Balm Stick SPF 30 is uniquely formulated with dimethicone for protection, and sunscreens to help guard against the sun's harmful rays.

  • Fast Acting Relief
  • Real Relief From Real Medicine
  • Helps Treat & Relieve Cold Sores, Sun & Fever Blisters, Chapped Lips
  • Enriched with Lysine, Lemon Balm, & Vitamins B6, C & E
  • SPF 30

Cold Sores: What Are They Exactly?
Uh oh. You are here because you are either feeling that familiar tingling on your lip right now, or know it all too well. In a day or so, the red blister will appear and the burning, pain, and itching will begin in earnest. Yes, it is embarrassing. But, you are not alone (11% of the population suffers from ordinary cold sores along with you).

What is a cold sore?
Cold sores, or oral labial herpes, are blisters that occur on the lips or mouth area and may be painful and unsightly.

What causes cold sores?
Cold sores are caused by herpes simplex virus - Type 1. Most people get HSV-1 during infancy or childhood from a family member or friend. It can be transmitted by kissing or sharing eating utensils or towels. More than 57% of the population carries the virus, but only 11% (34 million Americans) suffer from recurrent cold sores.

What triggers cold sores?
There are many things that can trigger cold sores in different people:

  • Stress weakens the immune system which can cause cold sores to develop.
  • Exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays can damage skin which can cause cold sores to develop.
  • Exposure to Cold/Chapped Lips can dry out lips which can cause cold sores.
  • Fever, Cold, or Flu weakens the immune system which can cause cold sores to develop.
  • Fatigue weakens the immune system which can cause cold sores to develop.
  • Trauma, caused by dentist or other injury, to mouth can cause cold sores to develop.
  • Hormonal changes, due to menstruation or pregnancy, weaken the body's immune system which can cause cold sores to develop.

How long does a cold sore last?
Usually cold sores last from 8 to 12 days, but they can last even longer in some cases. Treating cold sores early helps shorten the duration.

The typical path of a cold sore is:

  • Prodrome Phase: sufferers feel tingling, itching, burning, numbness or pain on the lip or mouth area
  • Macule Phase: the area then becomes red in reaction to the virus
  • Papule Phase: small, red bumps form and sufferers will feel throbbing pain
  • Vesicle Phase: colorless, fluid-filled blisters start to develop
  • Postule Phase: the clear liquid becomes yellow and pus forms
  • Crust Phase: a yellow crust forms on the affected area
  • Scabbing Phase: the area dries out and a reddish brown scab forms; the area may itch and burn
  • Healing Phase: the scab falls off and pain disappears; there may be some residual swelling or dry flaking

How can I prevent cold sores from occurring?
There are actually several ways to help prevent cold sores. Avoid kissing and skin contact with people who have cold sores. Do not share food, drinks, or eating utensils with others, and wash your hands carefully before touching another person when you have cold sores.

Be careful touching other parts of your body – your eyes and genital area are particularly susceptible to spreading of the virus. Avoid situations that can trigger cold sores (listed above), such as cold and sun.

You should also eat a balanced diet, exercise regularly, and take vitamins and supplements.

What can I do if I have a cold sore?
Avoid abrasive, acidic, and spicy foods. You should also take care when brushing your teeth so as not to aggravate the sore. Treating a cold sore early will help shorten the duration and will ease the pain and discomfort.

When you feel the first tingle, apply Herpecin L and use it continually for the length of the cold sore. You can use Herpecin L everyday, which helps protect the lips from the sun with SPF 30. If you are not sure if you have a cold sore or not, consult a doctor.

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Adults and children 12 years or over: Apply liberally and evenly to affected area on lips at first sign of cold sore and 15 minutes before sun exposure. Rub in gently but completely. For cracking or dryness continue to cover lips until absorbed. Reapply liberally as often as needed and at least every 2 hours when in sun. Use a water resistant sunscreen on lips if swimming or sweating.

Children under 12 years: Ask a doctor.

Skin Cancer/Skin Aging Alert: Spending time in the sun increases your risk of skin cancer and early skin aging. This product has been shown only to help prevent sunburn where applied on lips, not skin cancer or early skin aging.

For external use only.

Do not use on broken skin, if you are allergic to any ingredient in this product.

When using this product keep out of eyes. Rinse with water to remove. Apply only to affected areas. Avoid applying directly inside your mouth. Do not share this product with anyone since this may spread infection.

Stop use and ask a doctor if rash occurs, 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.


Drug Facts
Active Ingredients Purpose
Dimethicone 1% Skin Protectant
Meradimate 5% Sunscreen
Octinoxate 7.5% Sunscreen
Octisalate 5% Sunscreen
Oxybenzone 6% Sunscreen
Inactive Ingredients
helianthus annuus (hybrid sunflower) oil, petrolatum, ozokerite, mineral oil, microcrystalline wax, talc, titanium dioxide, beeswax, melissa officinalis (balm mint) extract, cetyl lactate, glyceryl laurate, flavor, lysine HCI, ascorbyl palmitate, tocopheryl acetate, pyridoxine HCI, panthenol, BHT (244-014)
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P.O. Box 2219
Chattanooga, TN,
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About Herpecin L

There IS something you can do to help treat and relieve your cold sores. Herpecin L is a unique, pharmacist-recommended product for the treatment, protection, and relief of cold sores, sun and fever blisters. Herpecin L is today's answer to cold sores, sun and fever blisters, and dry, chapped lips.

*The products and the claims made about specific products on or through this site have not been evaluated by LuckyVitamin.com or the United States Food and Drug Administration and are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. The information provided on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional or any information contained on or in any product label or packaging. You should not use the information on this site for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem or for prescription of any medication or other treatment. You should consult with a health care professional before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem.

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