Is ViruLite available in stores?
Always have the following:1) the Virulite 2) an oral prescription and some lysine tablets for funsies 3) suck it up and order *specifically* the Compeed Cold Sore Patches (in the US, you won’t find them in stores.
How often should you use ViruLite?
Treatment with ViruLite is commenced at the first symptoms of a cold sore 3 times a day with 4 hours in between treatment for 2 consecutive days. For more persistent attacks the treatment can be carried out more frequently without any adverse effect.
Is ViruLite effective?
Conclusions: The significant difference between the mean healing times in the two groups demonstrates that the Virulite CS device is an effective means of treating herpes labialis.
What kind of light is ViruLite?
The light omitted by the ViruLite device is a spectrum of light that is invisible to the human eye. However, built into the ViruLite device is a sensor that repeatedly checks the treatment light is pulsing correctly, to ensure your cold sore is being treated. How do I know the Virulite device will work for me?
Does ViruLite work on cold sores?
Best Device: Virulite CS Cold Sore Treatment Device It’s cleared by the FDA and available without a prescription for at-home use. It’s clinically proven to shorten the healing time of cold sores when it’s used three times a day for two days.
What does red light do to cold sores?
Red light therapy is particularly designed for healing, regenerating, and reducing inflammation in the skin. Red light therapy uses a combination of red wavelengths and near-infrared (NIR) wavelengths to accelerate the healing of herpes.
How you get rid of cold sores fast?
There are antiviral drugs that can help cold sores heal faster, including acyclovir, valacyclovir, famciclovir and penciclovir. If you’re having frequent outbreaks or experiencing some of the serious side effects of having a cold sore, your doctor may consider prescribing antiviral medication.
Why am I getting so many cold sores lately?
What causes cold sores? Cold sores are caused by the herpes simplex virus. Once this virus is in you, it can cause outbreaks of cold sores. Cold sore outbreaks are often triggered by exposure to hot sun, cold wind, a cold or other illness, a weak immune system, changing hormone levels, or even stress.