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Heal cold sores fast with Abreva, the first FDA approved cold sore medicine available without a prescription!




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Abreva Docosanol - Tubo de crema al 10%, tratamiento aprobado por la FDA para herpes  labial/llagas producidas por la fiebre, 2 gramos
Abreva Docosanol - Tubo de crema al 10%, tratamiento aprobado por la FDA para herpes  labial/llagas producidas por la fiebre, 2 gramos
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Abreva - Docosanol al 10% en crema con dosificador, tratamiento para herpes labial/llagas aprobado por la FDA, 2 gramos
Abreva - Docosanol al 10% en crema con dosificador, tratamiento para herpes labial/llagas aprobado por la FDA, 2 gramos
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Abreva Docosanol - Tubo de crema al 10%, tratamiento aprobado por la FDA para herpes  labial/llagas  producidas  por  la  fiebre, 4 gramos, paquete de dos (dos tubos de 2 gramos)
Abreva Docosanol - Tubo de crema al 10%, tratamiento aprobado por la FDA para herpes labial/llagas producidas por la fiebre, 4 gramos, paquete de dos (dos tubos de 2 gramos)
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Abreva Docosanol - Tubo de crema al 10%, tratamiento aprobado por la FDA para herpes labial/llagas producidas por la fiebre, 2 gramos, paquete de viaje
Abreva Docosanol - Tubo de crema al 10%, tratamiento aprobado por la FDA para herpes labial/llagas producidas por la fiebre, 2 gramos, paquete de viaje
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Abreva Docosanol - Tubo de crema al 10%, tratamiento aprobado por la FDA para herpes  labial/llagas producidas por la fiebre, 2 gramos
Abreva Docosanol - Tubo de crema al 10%, tratamiento aprobado por la FDA para herpes  labial/llagas producidas por la fiebre, 2 gramos
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What Is Abreva?

Abreva is a cold sore cream. It is the only FDA approved nonprescription cold sore medicine that can help shorten healing time if used at the first sign of a cold sore. Abreva is available for purchase over the counter, meaning that you do not need a prescription to use it.

What Does Abreva Do?

Abreva has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of herpes simplex virus 1, also referred to as a cold sore.

How Does Abreva Work?

Abreva contains a medicine called docosanol, which penetrates deep into the skin to help block the virus and provide a barrier for healthy skin cells.

What Is The Active Ingredeint In Abreva?

The active ingredient in Abreva is a cold sore medicine called docosanol.

How Fast Does Abreva Work?

Abreva starts working quickly. The median healing time is 4.6 days, but some users may achieve cold sore healing sooner.

How To Apply Abreva

It is best to apply Abreva at the first sign of a cold sore - don't wait until a blister or scab forms. If you notice a tingle, bump, or itch, start using Abreva. Before you apply Abreva, wash the affected area and your hands. Then use either your finger or a disposable cotton swab to apply Abreva cream to the cold sore. Use enough to completely cover your cold sore as well as the surrounding area. Wash your hands thoroughly when you are finished to avoid spreading the virus.

How Often To Apply Abreva

You should apply Abreva five times a day. If you miss a dose, you should apply it as soon as you remember and then continue on schedule. If you have questions or concerns, do not hesitate to ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.

When To Stop Using Abreva

You should keep using Abreva until your cold sore is fully healed. However, you should not use Abreva for more than 10 days. If your cold sore is still there after this timeframe, you should stop using Abreva and make an appointment with your healthcare provider.

Can You Use Abreva When Pregnant?

It is always best to ask your doctor before using any over the counter medication during pregnancy. You should discuss the potential benefits and risks with your doctor before using Abreva during pregnancy. It is not known whether docosanol, the active ingredient in Abreva, passes into breastmilk during breastfeeding. Do not use Abreva while breastfeeding without talking to your doctor first.

Where To Buy Abreva

Abreva is available at most local CVS stores. You can also buy Abreva online from CVS and have your order shipped right to your door!