Mother Approved: Treating Cold Sores with Abreva® cream

12.02.2014


I’m excited to share with you a post today that’s all about staying confident even when you’re battling a cold sore.  Some of my closest friends are cold sore sufferers and I know the toll they take on their confidence.  That’s why they turn to Abreva® cream at the very first sign of their cold sore to heal it fast! The median healing time is 4.1 days, but you could heal it in as few as 2.5 days when used at the first sign. Read below to discover other simple ways you can keep your confidence high.

Now, let's be honest: I know that what I just wrote sounds like a made-up sponsored line in a sponsored post, but I'm not kidding. Before I started writing this post, I actually called my mom to ask if she'd heard of Abreva® cream, and she said and I quote, "Yes! I've been using it for years. We make sure to always have a tube handy." My mom gets the worst cold sores, and I know the toll they take on her confidence.

So there you have it. Abreva® cream is the only non-prescription cream approved by the FDA to shorten the healing time of a cold sore. But let's be honest: all I need to know is that my mother approves. Amen.
Do you get cold sores? I'm so thankful I don't get them myself, but I know how much my mom hates them. Here's something I didn't know about cold sores: It's a virus that approximately 90% of adults have, but only 20-40% actually experience cold sores themselves! You could have it and not even know it. Also, did you know cold sores are contagious? Because I didn't. If you kiss someone who has a cold sore, you might get one yourself! Which is why you want to find something that heals the cold sore fast.

This holiday season, stay confident and free from cold sores by avoiding these common triggers: fatigue, stress, dry air, and UV rays.

You could knock out your cold sore in 2.5 days*. Only Abreva® cream can do it, when you treat at the first sign**. Try Abreva® cream during your next cold sore! Click to learn more about Abreva® cream.

*Median healing time 4.1 days. 25% of users healed in 2.5 days.
**Among over-the-counter products


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Geoff Reese said...

Monetizing the blog. That's my girl. Bravo!

17 Perth said...

Heeeey Amanda!!! Hope you are well!! xo

The Hungry Goat said...

Oof. There was one year I had a cold sore right around my lady time for five months straight. It was annoying. Abreva was actually exactly who I turned to. Now, I just get dry skin on my legs (like, real bad) and I use Vaseline lotion religiously twice a day.

Liz McLane said...

Staying confident in the winter? It's all about snug sweaters, down comforters, and finally being able to blame static electricity for my bad hair days!

Erin LFF said...

I've only gotten a cold sore once in my life and Abreva is what I used!! Luckily it does work SUPER quickly. To stay confident I use that and then make sure my hair looks extra cute while that sucker heals ;)

Anonymous said...

I've never had a cold sore, but I get nasty dry and flaky skin in the winter. So...I guess you could say that moisturizing like a mad woman makes me feel like not as much of a leper in the winter months. :)

PAM said...

I LOVE Abreva. Wouldn't go without it. How I stay confident in the winter is to always keep a pair of gloves in every coat pocket so my hands are never in the cold naked!

Elena said...

I would say use Abreva and some concealer to stay confident

elena150980@yahoo.com

Elena said...

https://twitter.com/ElenaIstomina/status/539892678716948480

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Smerick said...

Dang, I posted and it disappeared.
Soooo... One time, right before teaching COR 101 for the first time, I got FOUR COLD SORES at once. Those poor freshmen--I was monstrous. I have Abreva everywhere, but I also have buckled and have an outrageously expensive prescription cream AND pills. Just in case. Sigh.

Mami2jcn said...

Use concealer to stay confident.

mami2jcn at gmail dot com

Mami2jcn said...

tweet:

https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/539951075214635009

kellyr78 said...

My tip is to use any effective treatments and continue to have a healthy diet so you can look and feel your best.

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kellyr78 said...

tweet
https://twitter.com/Kellydpa/status/539953234295549952

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shelleystursma said...

I've never had a cold sore, but lotion is my friend in the winter, along with chopstick/ Burt' s/ eos.

Natalie said...

My best tips are to wear your favorite lipstick, use concealer, and smile a lot. Don't let a cold sore change your attitude or personality or confidence. You are worth so much more than your looks.

Natalie said...

tweet https://twitter.com/yarbr012/status/539964180745687040

Brandi said...

Staying confident...a well stocked pantry so I can just stay home?? My family gets the worst cold sores (and now sadly, I have passed it on to my son). We would always steer clear of anyone who had one for fear of 'catching it'--though I never thought that was really true! Haven't been using Abreva because of pregnancy/nursing, but I miss it! I had a bunch right after I delivered. It was misery.

Brandi said...

And isn't your mom a beauty! So much alike you are.

lil_lady_dz said...

My tips for staying confident through cold sore season is using a great balm on my lips, makeup always works to cover any blemishes, and Abreva helps to get cold sores to disappear.

Nicole.ddziedzic at gmail dot com

lil_lady_dz said...

tweeted it here: https://twitter.com/lil_lady_dz/status/539971538347241472

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Anonymous said...

I stay confident through the winter cold sore months by using abreva.
heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

Julie Wood said...

To help me stay confident through Cold Sore season I use Abreva which really works and put on a good concealer and nice lipstick!

jewelwood55(at)gmail(dot)com

Julie Wood said...

Tweet Entry
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wigget said...

catch it early at the fist signs

Jessica To said...

I try to control my stress when I feel one and catch it early.
reklaw422 at Hotmail dot com

clc408 said...

The most important thing is to treat at the first sign of a cold sore so it goes away quickly. That would make me confident.

clc408 said...

Tweet
https://twitter.com/clc408/status/540235932683612160

Kristen said...

I don't get them, but I have been told by numerous people who do that Abreva really works!

Bethany Carson said...

Have you changed your header recently? I really like it! Thankfully I've never had a cold sore.

erika said...

Hopefully never get one! I've never had one before and hope it stays that way. I do like to keep my lips moisturized, especially in the winter!

chambanachik(at)gmail(dot)com

Donna M. said...

I use Abreva, that and concealer is all you need.

One Frugal Girl said...

Tweet: https://twitter.com/OneFrugalGirl/status/540681491626610688
onefrugalgirl AT gmail DOT com

One Frugal Girl said...

Smiling! People never notice the flaws when you smile at them. Happiness makes the world go round.
onefrugalgirl AT gmail DOT com

Rach @ This Italian Family said...

I've never had a cold sore, but I have some friends who do and they are no fun.

Elle said...

I'm lucky enough to have not had a cold sore yet but in the winter, I always make sure to keep my lips moisturized so they don't get chapped.
prettyinhotpink6 at gmail dot com

Elle said...

Tweet: https://twitter.com/PrettyHotPink6/status/540960609475366912

Anne said...

Thankfully for me, it's actually been decades since my last cold sore, but I remember how important it was to boost my immune system to lessen the frequency of outbreaks. So I'd say get plenty of sleep and eat properly to stay healthy and confident during cold sore season.
[notheranneother {at} gmail {dot} com]

Anne said...

Here's a link to my tweet about your "Mother Approved" blog post and the Abreva promotion:
https://twitter.com/NotherAnneOther/status/541250037162856449
Thanks!
[notheranneother {at} gmail {dot} com]

Anonymous said...

I use a humidifier at home to help with the dry air.
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Anonymous said...

Tweet link: https://twitter.com/shala_darkstone/status/541334933310955520
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Janice said...

keep moisturized and catch/treat it early!
m8usi at yahoo dot com

susan1215 said...

I would use Abreva and some concealer to stay confident.

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susan1215 said...

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Barbara Montag said...

First thing I do is get the Abreva out - minimizes healing time.
thank you

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Barbara Montag said...

Tweet https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/541694875989594112

Lisa Brown said...

I stay confident by taking more vitamin c and zinc to support my immune system.

Lisa Brown said...

tweet https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/541706323436388352

steve weber said...

I stay confident by using Abreva and drinking lots of water.

JC said...

Eat fruit and drink water help me a lot to get through cold sore season.
tcarolinep at gmail dot com

JC said...

-https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/541807446189039616

618mom said...

I haven't had cold sore but I do get chapped lips. I use Aquaphore for that. vandenbossche3@hotmail.com

618mom said...

https://twitter.com/618mom23boys/status/541981497134034946

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Rose-Marie said...

I haven't had a cold sore in years. I'm not sure if it helps, but I try to brush my teeth and use mouthwash. I try to live a healthy lifestyle as much as possible.

Tina said...

i use abreva.

Tina said...

https://twitter.com/HappyTina0115/status/542133231730962432
tina19820115@gmail.com

Anna Pry said...

realize that others dont pay as much attention to your flaws as you do pryfamily5@gmail.com

Anna Pry said...

I tweeted https://twitter.com/thepryfamily2/status/542871374813859840 pryfamily5@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

My tips for staying confident through cold sore season is to use a spf lip protection on your lips! my4boysand1@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I tweeted my4boysand1@gmail.com
https://twitter.com/my4boysand1/status/542895861676933121

Rebecca W. said...

Stay healthy and drink lots of water.

rachel said...

I've never had a cold sore (*fingers crossed*) but I feel great in general when I exercise!

chedeb5353 said...

Use a humidifier . chedeb5353@hotmail.com

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

I focus on the positives, eat a healthy diet, wear some decent make up and a nice outfit.
mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

https://twitter.com/mummytotwoboys1/status/543959037616746496
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Norma said...

Use concealer, Abreva and hold your head up!
bingomamanorma at gmail dot com

LAMusing said...

I've never had one, but I have had medication induced swelling that gave me the neck of a football player - so I threw on a scarf and moved on :) Life is too short to sweat the small stuff.
adrianecoros(at)gmail(dot)com

Angel Jacklyn said...

PAMPER YOURSELF & STAY RELAXED- CONFIDENCE COMES IN MANY FORMS afjackly@oakland.edu

Angel Jacklyn said...

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Gina Wildorchid said...

I learned that squeezing can make it worse! Aside from that, I stay confident by getting out the Abreva and concealer!

Thanks for the chance to win!
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Gina Wildorchid said...

tweet--https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/545699422286643201

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Rebecca Graham said...

I use Abreva, continue on with life, and try not to think about the cold sore.

mscoffee77 said...

Abreva, healthy diet & plenty of rest is key!

ieatboysup said...

I luckily don't get them! But my poor mother gets them constantly. I always just tell her to put on a burqa!

peg42 said...
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peg42 said...

I use Abreva if I get a cold sore and also I use a concealer.
Thanks so much.
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peg42 said...

I tweeted: https://twitter.com/peg42/status/547018344348393472
Thank you
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TheresaJenkins said...

staying confident through cold sore season...never really had to deal with cold sore now dry skin >>Whipped Argan Oil Body Butter...Awesome stuff

Sandy Klocinski said...

Use a concealer with a creamy texture, not a liquid. These concealers are usually sold in small jars, tubes, or compacts, and are very concentrated.

Sandy Klocinski said...

https://twitter.com/Attea2d/status/547073833984086016

LIDARKSIDE said...

I don't ever remember getting a cold sore.

Stephanie said...

staying calm and a great cover-up
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PAIGE said...

Treat it with Abreva , don't talk about it and wear lipstick.

Kia89 said...

Thankfully I don't get them, but If I did I would use Abreva to treat it.
austma7@aol.com

crystalf said...

Use Abreva as soon as you feel the tingle so that it doesn't last as long. I try to get plenty of rest as I usually get them when I get worn down. Thank you!
crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

tatertot374 said...

Use Abreva to stay confident.

Denise S. said...

I don’t get cold sores, but I would use concealer and Abreva if I did.

Linda said...

I try to eat healthy, drink plenty of water and do my exercises each day.

kathy pease said...

I like to wear chap stick on my lips and moisturizer on my skin

kathy pease said...

https://twitter.com/klp1965/status/547544409051373568

Anastasia Falling said...

I medicate and then just pretend it doesn't exist. Maintain my confidence by ignoring it since there isn't anything else I can do about it lol :)
anastasia2013@gmail.com

Anastasia Falling said...

Tweeted :) - https://twitter.com/Enter_Now/status/547644682579091457
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Donna Jacoby said...

I try to minimize stress as a rule, drink plenty of water and not push myself when I'm tired. Thank you for the giveaway!

Donna Jacoby said...

I tweeted--https://mobile.twitter.com/DonnaJacoby2014/status/547772788258258944.

Aurelie Red said...

I've never had a cold sore, but I would use Abreva and some concealer to stay confident.
My email is redaurelie(at)gmail(dot)com

Aurelie Red said...

My tweet https://twitter.com/AurelieRed/status/547803312603414528
My email is redaurelie(at)gmail(dot)com

sarah said...

to stay confident, just know cold sores can be treated and yo will take care of it if you get one
stigay at comcast.net

mickeyfan said...

Knock on wood, but I have NEVER had a cold sore.

Positive Buzz said...

Use the right treatment quickly to keep it under control

♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

I take Vitamin C and Zinc and keep my lips covered with SPF lip balm!
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Kate said...

Lots of preventative care!! Daily Vit A, C, and zinc. Recognizing symptoms as soon as they start!

Elizabeth Owens said...

I stay confident through cold sore season by taking preventive measures. I moisturize daily and use Abreva at the first sign of a cold sore.

elizzzzzabeth at yahoo dot com

Elizabeth Owens said...

I tweeted! https://twitter.com/Ladies_Lounge1/status/548470613099020288

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Anonymous said...

Makeup to cover it up and Abreva to get rid of it!

mandala said...

Getting enough sleep, exercise and lots of water.

Kimberley Meier said...

A really good liquid concealer will cover it up and boost your confidence.
momof3chaos at gmail dot com

Kimberley Meier said...

Tweeted: https://twitter.com/MRSMEIER5627/status/548757011932786691
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Wendy Rozema said...

I stay confident through the holiday season by taking vitamins and eating healthy

Rebecca Moore said...

I take vitamins and if I do get a cold sore..Abreva is my go to medicine..it works well and fast.

kari jasus said...

i always use abreva...because it works wonders!

kari jasus said...

https://twitter.com/raggammuffin/status/548877313459249152

Sue said...

I use Abreva at the 1st sign of a cold sore and it works for me!

sonyamorris (Sonya Morris) said...
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sonyamorris (Sonya Morris) said...

I have to keep lip balm on when it is cold and/or windy otherwise I am sure to get a cold sore. When I get one, I try not to wear red or pink, those colors seem to make my lip look worse by bringing out the redness! No amount of concealer or lip gloss camouflages it so I try to look my best and not worry about it! sonyadmorris@gmail.com

sonyamorris (Sonya Morris) said...

Link to tweet:
https://twitter.com/catholicfanatic/status/548973892270706688
Thank you! sonyadmorris@gmail.com

Cody Anderson said...

I keep lip balm handy to keep my lips moist and once I have one I stay positive knowing in only a few days it will be gone.

Danielle Oyen said...

Using Abreva at the sign of a cold sore lessens the length and severity of the cold sore

Leela said...

I always have lip balm on hand.

Karin said...

Get outdoors, stay busy, don’t dwell on a cold sore. Medicate (or/and) conceal it and relax. It won’t last forever.

karin56381 (at) gmail.com

Lisa Voyce said...

I'd would try to conceal the sore as much as possible and medicate.

Toystory said...

Keep the abreva handy and use it at first sign of any issue.

DistractedMommy said...

I use lip balm, concealer and treat asap!
Shiebs24 at gmail dot com

DistractedMommy said...

https://mobile.twitter.com/shiebs24b/status/549300850867179521

Kristie Lynn said...

I rarely get cold sores but I appreciate your tips on common triggers to avoid of fatigue, stress, dry air, and UV rays.

Kristie Lynn said...

tweeted https://twitter.com/klynn6161/status/549323797158178816

Betty C said...

I do get cold sores occasionally. I can tell when one is coming on because I can feel the tingling sensation before it erupts. If I use Abreva right away it never gets to the full blown stage.

willitara [at] gmail [dot] com

Betty C said...

Tweet - https://twitter.com/willitara/status/549325868724531200

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janetfaye said...

I have never had a cold sore but if I get one I will use Abreva right away.

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janetfaye said...

Tweet:
https://twitter.com/Janetfaye/status/549361195325464577

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Cori Westphal said...

Just keep your skin as clean and healthy as possible, so that small blemishes just aren't that noticeable!

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Cori Westphal said...

Tweet: https://twitter.com/coriwestphal/status/549382137728602114

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Gina said...

Stay hydrated, lip balm often, get rest and low stress.

Tamara said...

Moisturize your skin well every night and use lip balm as often as needed.

Tamara said...

Tweeted! https://twitter.com/pixel_berry_pie/status/549422635189563392

smilekisses said...

The fastest healing treatment for cold sores is a simple white paste toothpaste. Cover the cold sore with the toothpaste over night. A dentist told me this trick and it really works.

smilekisses said...

https://twitter.com/smilekisses/status/549491513382535168

Kari Crum said...

My tips are staying well hydrated and keeping my lips moisturized. If I do get a cold sore, I just try not to worry about it and pick at it which makes it worse.

Daniel M said...

Stay hydrated use lip balm - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

Karen D said...

It is nice to know that treatments like Abreva are available. I am lucky and rarely have them, but my daughter uses it when she needs to.

Tabathia B said...

Treat as soon as possible and cover with makeup if possible

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Tabathia B said...

tweet https://twitter.com/ChelleB36/status/549712318196494338

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saturdaynightfever said...

Hydrate and moisturize!

Kerry said...

I've never had a cold sore. But I'd say to stay confident wear a cute pair of earring so people notice them instead of your cold sore!
nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

Anna E. said...

I always take my cold fighting vitamins to keep these away! Vitamin C and my Multi Vites!

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Anna E. said...

Tweet: https://twitter.com/femalebiker21/status/549772723115655169


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Donna Kellogg said...

Now that the holidays are over I try to stay Stress free to keep the cold sores away.

Anonymous said...

Cover it up with foundation Rosanne rosans4@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

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Erica Best said...

i been using abreva for long time

Erica Best said...

https://twitter.com/purplelover04/status/549814531237875714

jtwark said...

My tip is to wash hands, use abreva

JOE GERSCH

JOEBISSY@MAIL.com

tina reynolds said...

I treat as soon as one starts with abreva

tina reynolds said...

https://twitter.com/eaglesforjack/status/549968301531475968

Tracysweetangl said...

Drink lots of water and keep your hands away from your face, because your hands have germs

Melissa Shirley said...

I try and keep my lips hydrated with chap stick and if I get a cold sore I treat it with Abreva as soon as I notice I am getting a cold sore.

Melissa Shirley said...

https://twitter.com/MelissaShirley2/status/550026951771963393

DeniseL said...

Use lots of lip balm, drink lots of water, and apply Abreva!
dmarie824 at aol dot com

DeniseL said...

tweeted - https://twitter.com/dmarie824/status/550043256990347265

Lisa Garner said...

I stay confident with eating healthy and good concealer.

Lisa Garner said...

I Tweeted: https://twitter.com/lisalmg/status/550047595813294080

ellie said...

I try to stay hydrated and that includes my lips. I use lots of Chapstick, and Abreva if I feel the tingle of a cold sore coming on.

eswright18 at gmail dot com

ellie said...

https://twitter.com/eswright18/status/550056576292102144

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Stephanie Larison said...

I stay confident knowing it won't last too long, stay hydrated as well as I can.

that's a thought said...

Stay confident by having Abreva on hand ahead of time for when you do get a cold sore. The faster you can start treatment, the better.

that's a thought said...

I tweeted at https://twitter.com/tsmith61008/status/550084880298549249

vranab said...

don't let it bother me

Anonymous said...

sherri crawford
i say treat it with abreva, do your make up like regular, and then have your confidence as usual. we all have imperfections, so just forget about them.
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Francine said...

i just dont worry about it and use abreva at the first sign of a cold sore.

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Gayle Gildehaus said...

I try to stay hydrated and get lots of vitamin c.

Janice said...

Using lip balm along with keeping my skin and face moisturized
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Janice said...

https://twitter.com/disneyfan40/status/550121768191410177
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ms-texas said...

i stay confident by using abreva at the first sign of a cold sore!

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ms-texas said...

i posted a tweet here:

https://twitter.com/bellows22/status/550122495919923200

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Bethany said...

Stay confident by realizing everyone gets a cold sore sometime or another!

Clair Freebie said...

I always have abreva on hand! It helps to take care of the cold sores!

Clair Freebie said...

I tweeted!

https://twitter.com/ClairFreebie/status/550144842375106560

sarah chaney said...

My best tips are not to agitate it, keep it clean, and don't worry it will be gone in no time! THANKS!

Shea =) said...

moisturize, don't pick at it, and keep abreva on hand!
ashleyandshea@charter.net

Shea =) said...

I tweeted! =)
https://twitter.com/lilahshea/status/550150572427333632
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Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...

I just remind myself that I'm not the only one to ever have a cold sore and that this too shall pass.

jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...

I tweeted the giveaway as @jlsc123 (Jill Myrick) located here:

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Buddy Garrett said...

I stay confident by staying hydrated, using lots of lip balm and treating any cold sored e\with over te counter medication.

Lisa Pecora said...

I try to start treating the cold sore as soon as I feel it starting to get rid of it ASAP.

motioncitycutie@aol.com

Anonymous said...

I stay hydrated and use lip balm. I buy otc medicine if needed.
POKERGRL8 at gmail.com

Anonymous said...

https://twitter.com/aes529/status/550329239388839936
POKERGRL8 at gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I stay cold sore ready with Abreva! tracietrump40@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I tweeted as @tmt121172 on 12/31/14 tracietrump40@gmail.com

Thomas Murphy said...

Use concealer to stay confident.

rounder9834 @yahoo.com

Thomas Murphy said...

tweeted
https://twitter.com/thomasmurphy40/status/550363127968440321

rounder9834 @yahoo.com

angie lilly said...

I think the most important thing is to NOT stress about it, as that will only make it worse, literally. Just do what you can to cover it or minimize it and go on with things as if it is not there. The less you think about it, the better!
Angie
14earth at gmail dot com

angie lilly said...

I tweeted here: https://twitter.com/MsTofuFairy/status/550370647193317376
Angie
14earth at gmail dot com

Kathryn C said...

link to my tweet:
https://twitter.com/thrincor/status/550387091083755521

kacor7@hotmail.com

Kathryn C said...

I stay confident through cold sore season by knowing that I'm healthy,
I take vitamins daily and rarely get sick but if I should get a cold sore I know there
is Abreva to save the day!


kacor7@hotmail.com

Candie L said...

I make sure my lips stay hydrated. Thankyou

candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

Whitney said...

I try to stay hydrated as much as possible and use lots of lotion.

wlbellows at gmail dot com

Whitney said...

Tweet: https://twitter.com/electricstar/status/550391765140656128

wlbellows at gmail dot com

Susan Climan said...

Get plenty of rest and remember to use hand/face lotion. sleveene@hotmail.com

rajee pandi said...

Abreva and plenty of rest makes better

rajee pandi said...

https://twitter.com/momsfocus/status/550432427340873728

/\Heather/\ said...

I keep stress low and pampering high.

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