February 25, 2018

Say Goodbye to Cold Sores (Win a Lippy Prize Pack!)

When we first heard and wrote about lipivir® we were sure the product was a good one. But, when a close friend told us she used it this winter to combat her cold sores, and that it gave her "newfound confidence and peace of mind," we knew it was truly something special.

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Our girl, Sonja, has suffered from cold sores—painful, itchy and sometimes-unsightly blisters around the mouth caused by the herpes simplex 1 virus (HSV-1)—since she was a teen. Though she's tried different treatments over the years (not to mention, has learned all the tricks to cover her cold sores up), she's been disappointed. In her own words, "Most cold sore meds I've used either haven't worked to my satisfaction or go on thick and ugly and mismatched to my skin tone—it actually makes me wonder which looks worse, my blister or the gunky cream covering it."

But lipivir® was different. Sonja bought a tube of this over-the-counter, drug-free lip gel and instantly became a believer. "I was super pleased with how well it worked, and how quickly," she says. "I knew it was clinically proven to reduce the frequency of cold sores and, potentially, limit the transmission of HSV-1, and I was pleased to find that it not only walked the walk, but actually talked the talk. Since using lipivir® I've noticed a huge improvement in how often I get cold sores—in fact, this winter has been my best one yet. And it goes on totally clear, which is a huge bonus for a beauty junkie like me."

Indeed, in trials, 80 per cent of lipivir® users experienced a reduction in outbreaks of 75 to 100 per cent—so Sonja is certainly not alone. If you experience cold sores, our bestie recommends you try it yourself—in fact, you could win a lipivir® prize pack by following the steps below. Good luck! —Noa Nichol

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Win! A lipivir® Prize Pack!

We have a winner! Congratulations to Katie B. of Toronto, who won a one-year supply of of lipivir® (five tubes) to help reduce the frequency of cold sores.


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