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Abreva: Uses, Dosage, Side Effects

Abreva: Uses, Dosage, Side Effects

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Abreva

Active Ingredient Docosanol tenth and Inactive Ingredients benzyl group alcohol, light-weight oil, humectant, pure water, disaccharide distearate, disaccharide stearate.

 

Generic Name: docosanol cream

 

Abreva Indications:

Cold sore/fever blister treatment

Uses
treats cold sores/fever blisters on the face or lips
shortens healing time and length of symptoms:
tingling, pain, burning, and/or itch

 

Abreva Dosage:

adults and youngsters twelve years or over:

wash hands before and once applying cream
apply to affected space on face or lips at the primary sign of cold sore/fever blister (tingle).
early treatment ensures the simplest results
rub in gently however fully
use five times every day till recovered

children beneath twelve years :
ask a doctor

 

Abreva Side Effects:

No information provided.

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