Karri’s Kick Ass Cold Sore Care

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Karri’s Kick Ass blend supports healthy lips.

img_6623-copyKARRI’S KICK ASS Blend is produced with the highest quality organic ingredients.  It is designed with ingredients specifically chosen to support a healthy immune system.

KARRI’S KICK ASS Blend supports and maintains the delicate lip tissue.

0.3 ounce (10ml)  Lip Gloss PET Bottle with Silver Wand 

Price: $32.00

Payton Lip BalmAt the first tingle of an impending cold sore, apply to the affected area.  Avoid the surrounding area as much as possible as it may be irritating to healthy skin.  Repeat as needed.

Using essential oil blends at the first sign of discomfort or to maintain wellness is the most effective use of this all natural option.

As with all natural products it is advised to store away from heat and direct sunlight to maintain quality.

As with any product if irritation occurs, discontinue use.

eucalyptus 750 sqINGREDIENTS:

castor oil*, almond oil, melissa officinalis* essential oil*, ravintsara* essential oil*, lavender essential oil*, vitamin e –  (*organic)

BASICS:

  • Stress is the biggest trigger for cold sores. Stress is hard on our immune system so we are less able to keep the virus at bay.
  • Weather changes, especially excessive sunlight, can bring on outbreaks.
  • Menstruation and/or the stress of changing hormones can trigger the start of a cold sore.

NATURAL OPTIONS:

  • lips-carrotPeople swear by the preventive and healing properties of the amino acid, lysine.
  • If you have a cold sore on your lip, don’t touch it. Dab with cold milk or an ice cube.
  • Try essential oils:

Here are a couple of recipes that you can try.

This blend is simple, but very comforting.  Mix and apply at the first sign of a cold sore

When we combine more than one essential oil with similar actions we create a synergy that can be very effective.  Coconut oil has anti-viral properties as well.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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