Heals Fast and Conceals
COMPEED® TOTAL CARE™ Invisible Cold Sore Patch is the original clinically proven healing* patch, effective from the moment of application. It heals* your cold sore at a comparable speed to acyclovir 5% cream, helping you get back to your unstoppable best – and fast!
*healing of the Cold Sore lesion
*Karlsmark T, Goodman JJ, Drouault Y, Lufrano L, Pledger GW. Randomized clinical study comparing COMPEED® cold sore patch to acyclovir cream 5% in the treatment of herpes simplex labialis. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. 2008; 22 (10): 1184-1193.
How to use COMPEED® Total CareTM Invisible Cold Sore patch
* healing of the cold sore lesion
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COMPEED® Total CareTM Invisible Cold Sore treatment is the original invisible healing patch for cold sores. Its Hydrocolloid-075 technology is an active gel that acts like a second skin. It seals your cold sore to accelerate your body's natural healing mechanism. Clinically proven to provide 7 benefits:
On average a patch stays on for 8 hours, but individual experiences may vary.
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What is a cold sore?
A cold sore is a common condition caused by the Herpes Simplex Virus that manifests itself in liquid-filled blisters around the lips, nose or chin.
What causes cold sores?
The cold sore virus is usually contracted during childhood. Nearly 80% of the adult population has the virus, but only 20% experiences outbreaks. These can be triggered by several factors including:
How can we treat a cold sores?
Current cold sore outbreaks can be treated with creams and hydrocolloid patches. The COMPEED® cold sore patch instantly hides, protects and relieves pain while achieving comparable healing time to an acyclovir 5% cream *. * Karlsmark T, Goodman JJ, Drouault Y, Lufrano L, Pledger GW. Randomized clinical study comparing COMPEED® cold sore patch to acyclovir cream 5% in the treatment of herpes simplex labialis. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. 2008; 22 (10): 1184-1193.
How can we prevent cold sores? Though cold sore outbreaks can’t be prevented, the following may minimize spread of cold sores and reduce the frequency of outbreaks: