Cold Sore Relief Lip Balm

Cold sore relief lip balm is one of our best sellers. It contains peppermint oil to cool inflammed skin and clove oil to slightly numb the itch and burning sensations –

Lysine for cold sores is an effective, natural anti viral treatment of the herpes simplex virus according to many reports – read more here –
Also zinc and vitamin C contain properties to fight the virus and lemon balm is reported to be effective in treating cold sores. Peppermint oil is cooling and clove bud oil has a numbing effect to provide relief from the itch.

Cold sore lip balm

Cold sore relief lip balm can be used as often as needed, even when the virus isn’t active. In fact, it is a great way to prevent outbreaks.
It also contains zinc oxide which acts as a mild sun screen to protect the lips from the wind and sun.

Ingredients are beeswax, lemon balm infused olive oil, cocoa butter, shea butter, lysine, zinc, witch hazel, evening primrose oil, rosehip oil, tea tree, peppermint and clove bud essential oils, vitamin A, vitamin C, vanilla.
Many of these ingredients are reported as having beneficial anti viral and healing properties to help reduce the severity of the outbreak and in some cases even stop the virus from creating blisters if used early enough.

Directions for use of cold sore lip balm:

Apply liberally to the effected area as often as required.
Best applied before an outbreak occurs at the tingling/itchy stage.
Be careful if applying to open wounds – some of the essential oils might sting on contact.
It is recommended that Lysine tablets/capsules also be taken in conjunction with the use of the balm to reduce the severity of the outbreak.
Wash your hands thoroughly before and after the use of the balm to minimise reinfection.


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We provide our products on an as is basis – we are not Doctors or Naturopaths and make no claims about the efficacy of this product.
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For advice on medical issues you should always consult your health care professional.