Carmex for Cold Sores
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  • Though the inventors encourage liberal use, they don’t recommend the product falling into the hands of children
  • With the headquarters based in Franklin, Wisconsin, the fact that I found the product in a small drugstore in California is a little remarkable

    • by Amor Fati
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      People with sensitive skin seem destined to struggle with cold sores, fever blisters, and continuously chapped lips. Regular chap sticks don’t work, at least not during the cold winter months. Carmex helps lesson all these symptoms, regardless of the season. The medicine will even lesson the pain and cracking of other mouth bacteria.

      The research and development team at Carma Lab., Inc. encourages users to use the balm liberally. The more the balm sinks into the skin, the more positive results occur.


      Active ingredients in the balm include menthol, camphor, phenol, salicylic acid, petrolatum, lanolin, cocoa butter and wax base. Though the inventors encourage liberal use, they don’t recommend the product falling into the hands of children. Digesting the balm, like all medicines, would have negative consequences.

      With the headquarters based in Franklin, Wisconsin, the fact that I found the product in a small drugstore in California is a little remarkable. Obviously, people nationwide have seen cold sores and fever blisters diminish or disappear ...


      • while using this balm.

        The only petty complaint I have against the balm is the application. Users either have to pucker up and stick their lips into the round container or use their fingers. People concerned with sanitation will not appreciate the sticky residue on their fingers, and may wish to keep a tissue with them to wipe their fingers. This prevents remarkably finicky individuals from making trips to the restroom during the middle of classes or meetings.

        Users can find the balm

        along with Chapstick in any drug store. It costs anywhere from 1 to 2 dollars, depending on the store. People with tougher skin and only slightly chapped lips may wish to stick to Chapstick. I recommend Carmex for those with sensitive skin who struggle with bacteria and severe chapped lips. This product does not cure bacteria, but with constant use, it makes the symptoms diminish almost to the point of invisibility. Boosting confidence as well as reducing the pain from cracked lips.




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