Abreva Giveaway!

Do you get cold sores? In my family, both Bill and I suffer from them. I luck out — I only get them most of the time when I’m pregnant. I occasionally will randomly get them. Bill, on the other hand, gets every time the weather changes. Since we are having crazy weather here in Chicago, cold sores seem to be a bigger issue this year.

One of the weapons in our arsenal to get rid of cold sores is Abreva. For us, it is a product that just works. Abreva® is the only over-the-counter medication approved by the FDA that is proven to shorten healing time of a cold sore. In our experience, I can say that is true. Abreva® is the number one pharmacist recommended over-the-counter cold sore treatment that penetrates deep to the root of your cold sore to heal it fast. Abreva® also helps block the spread of the virus to healthy cells. We literally should have stock in this company. Bill has a tube of Abreva in his car. He has another tube of Abreva in his desk at work. We also have a tube of Abreva in our medicine cabinet. This is one of those products that we’ve been using for a long time, so I can tell you that it really does work.

Next time you have a cold sore, try Abreva® risk free. If you aren’t completely satisfied with Abreva® for any reason, save your receipt and remaining product, and call 1-877-709-3539 to get your money back.

To use it, just apply Abreva® directly to your cold sore at the first sign of a tingle, redness, bump or itch for best results. Abreva® is recommended for adults and children 12 years and over, and should be used exactly as directed: five times a day until your cold sore is healed, for a maximum of 10 days.

Since Abreva is such a great product, I have arranged for one lucky reader of mine to win a $25 Amazon gift card. Here’s what you need to do:

Disclaimer: I am participating in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Abreva, and received free product and compensation in return for my participation.

Comments

  1. Kim F. says

    Randomly with no rhyme or reason to it! It's been a while now. Hope I don't jinx it :) Would LOVE this Amazon card. :) Thank you so much!

  2. Lori says

    I don't really know if I get them. There have been a couple of stressful periods lately when I've gotten little breakouts at the edge of my lip, but they go away in a day or two without much fuss.

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