Is there an effective treatment for cold sores?
Research suggests that the majority of cold sore sufferers have become disillusioned having tried at least three cold sore remedies, which did not work.
Topical antiviral ointments are only moderately effective if applied during the very early tingling phase of the onset of a cold sore and are otherwise of no use. These ointments are messy and require repeated applications, which are inconvenient and expensive.
"Miracle Cure" solutions and ointments are hopeless and do not have any published clinical trial information on which to base a rational decision to purchase and try them out.
In March 2001 a clinical paper was published in the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dermatology, an official journal of the British Association of Dermatology, the clinical trial demonstrated unequivocally that a new therapeutic technology reduced cold sore healing time by 50% compared to a topical antiviral ointment.
This new therapeutic technology was discovered by researchers at "Virulite Ltd" who analysed the effect of invisible narrow waveband infra red spectrum of light on cold sore healing times.
One particular narrow waveband of light was found to be effective and this has been incorporated into the "Cold Sore Machine" cold sore treatment device.
If you suffer from embarrassing recurrent cold sores and are dreading the next attack you will be familiar with that apprehensive feeling. You know that within the next few weeks or even hours a cold sore will appear to spoil your day!
A sunny holiday abroad or ski trip
Meeting a new date
Under pressure at work
Feeling "off colour"
Any of these factors will reduce your immunity to such an extent that the dreaded herpes simplex virus can take control!
By using the new Cold Sore Machine treatment device you have the energy to restore local immunity to normal levels to prevent the cold sore even appearing, or to banish it quickly if it has already erupted.
If you do consider purchasing a Cold Sore Machine you can be confident in the knowledge that the treatment device was only developed after the results of controlled clinical trials were found to have been successful.