A Review Of Zilactin Cold Sore Relief
As one who suffers from occasional cold sores throughout the year, I'm always interested in finding a cold sore remedy that works. So, how does Zilactin Cold Sore Relief work?
Zilactin is an over-the-counter cold sore medicine that can be found in drugstores everywhere. Retailing for approximately , Zilactin isn't overly expensive. There are several different forms of Zilactin available and I want to share a review on two of them in particular.
Zilactin - L Early Cold Sore Relief
When you first feel the signs and symptoms of a cold sore forming, apply Zilactin - L liquid directly on the area where you feel the tingling or itching sensation.
What I found with the Zilactin - L Cold Sore Relief was how well it worked in keeping a potential cold sore from breaking out. I applied it when I first noticed that feeling you get right before it happens. I put the liquid on and it dried pretty quick. It didn't show up either, which was important to me. Overall, I was happy with the results.
Zilactin Cold Sore Gel
The Zilactin Gel is used when you already have an active cold sore or fever blister. This is the cold sore remedy that I used the first time because I hadn't heard about Zilactin - L yet.
The Zilactin Gel is kind of an orange color that forms a protective like seal over your cold sore. It protects it from getting accidentally touched or getting food on it, etc., and it also dries clear so people aren't staring at you all the time.
One of the things the cold sore medicine does the best is in relieving pain. It might sting for a second when you first apply it, but then the pain goes away.
Zilactin Gel worked well in my case. It kept the cold sore from growing and my time of healing was reduced to 10 days.
Of course, nothing you can buy over-the-counter will be as good as a prescription medicine, but as a non-prescription treatment, Zilactin makes a good choice. If you have a cold sore I would recommend trying it if you don't want to go see the doctor.
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