Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Five Most Common Cold Sore Triggers and Orajel(TM) Single Dose Cold Sore Treatment

While I'm a life-long cold sore sufferer I never gave much thought to what triggers the ugly, painful blisters.  I just figured if a cold sore was developing, then I must be getting sick.

Recently, I learned that there are a variety of different things that can trigger a cold sore.  Here are the five most common cold sore triggers:

  1. stress and fatigue
  2. fever or recent infection
  3. exposure to sun, wind or cold
  4. injury to the mouth
  5. menstruation or pregnancy 

Over the years, I have tried a couple of different cold sore treatment options, but for the most part I just suffered through and counted the days until it healed and went away.  All the while hoping it would be a long time before a new one appeared.  

This fall, I was offered the chance to try Orajel(TM) Single Dose Cold Sore Treatment.  Since I almost always end up with a cold sore over the holidays, I knew it wouldn't hurt to give it a try.  Since the single dose vial is so small, I put in right into my purse so I'd be prepared. Well, I guess it just figures that since I am ready and armed with a cold sore treatment that I have not yet developed one this winter.  Very strange since this has been a pretty bad cold and flu season.  

Anyway, I still wanted to tell you all about this product just in case you aren't as lucky as me so far this season.  

Orajel Single Dose is a unique cold sore treatment that provides instant pain relief and begins healing in just one dose.  

When you purchase Orajel Single Dose, you receive two vials of the cold sore treatment.  Each vial of Orajel Single Dose is designed to treat one cold sore at a time.  The additional vial is provided to address the potential of a recurring cold sore or a second outbreak.  

Although I still haven't had the chance to try the product, the Touch-free applicator is my favorite part! It helps clean the site of the cold sore and the affected area.  The single dose, one-time vial is mess free and easy to use!  

The touch-free feature, mess free aspect and small size make Orajel Single Dose very convenient to use!  

Orajel Single Dose Cold Sore Treatment also contains a topical pain reliever that is used to numb the affected area allowing you to treat the cold sore without pain or irritation.  

For more information about this product visit Orajel Single Dose online.  

Note:  Topical pain reliever provides temporary pain relief.  Also, this product is not clinically proven to shorten total healing time.  

Disclosure:  Product information and a free sample has been provided by Smiley360.  All opinions are my own.  

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