Nutralife Cold Sore Formula 60 caps

  • Nutralife Cold Sore Formula 60 caps

Nutralife Cold Sore Formula 60 caps

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Nutralife Cold Sore Formula 60 caps - one a day

Helps to maintain healthy, clear skin and lips 

Features and Benefits:

Lysine is a building block of many of the body’s proteins, including the collagen in healthy skin.


This targeted formula combines the essential amino acid Lysine with Vitamin C and Zinc to help maintain clear, healthy skin around the lip area, in addition to strong immunity.

Taken when required, Nutralife Cold Sore Formula may help support:

  • Clear, healthy skin and lips
  • Natural resistance against the cold sore virus
  • Healthy immunity

Dosage:

Take one tablet daily with food, or as directed by your healthcare professional

What causes cold sores?

Remember, not everyone’s cold sore is triggered by the same thing. But there are common factors that may cause your cold sore outbreaks.

Fatigue: Like stress and illness, fatigue can zap your immune system, making you easy prey for a cold sore outbreak. In today’s hectic world, feeling “beat” can give cold sores the advantage.

Stress: Sure, stress messes with emotions. But stress can also wear down your immune system, giving that dormant cold sore a chance to launch a sneak attack. Fight the urge to stress out. Instead, breathe deeply and relax.

Cold weather: Protect yourself from the cold. Wear a scarf or pull up that turtleneck to avoid exposure to cold weather, dry air and winter wind that can dry out lips. Use

Excessive sunlight: Go on the offensive against sun exposure. Not only can ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun damage your skin, but sun exposure can also trigger cold sores. 

Hormonal changes: For women, hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle can trigger an outbreak. Pay attention to your own hormonal cycle to manage stress.

Lip or mouth injury: Trauma to your mouth or lips can launch a cold sore outbreak. Could be an injury. Could be a dental procedure that pulls at the sensitive area around your mouth. If this is one of your triggers, make your dentist an ally and join forces to minimise trauma.Stay Strong - Cold Sore Triggers.

Weakened Immune System: A fever, a cold or the flu can leave you feeling run-down and on the defence against a cold sore outbreak. When you feel a cold, fever or flu coming on, listen to the experts and get plenty of rest and fluids.



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