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Mouthulcer and LipRevive cold sore capsules.

Problems with the mouth are always painful and difficult to treat. Ointments or tinctures are the usual way of dealing with ulcers and cold sores but can be difficult and messy to apply. Bio Revive has produced two new oral care products to deal with mouth ulcers and cold sores in a hassle-free way.

Mouthulcer and LipRevive cold sore capsules, taken as directed, heal ulcers and cold sores from within and leave no nasty aftertaste. They are safe during pregnancy and there are no ill-effects as they contain no harmful ingredients.

Although mouth ulcers are usually harmless, they can be extremely painful and make eating difficult. They are caused by the erosion of the mucous membrane inside the mouth and symptoms include tenderness, swelling and stinging when eating spicy or salty foods. Mouthulcer capsules taken over a 2-day period will clear up ulcers and alleviate symptoms quickly and effectively.

Cold sores or fever blisters can be caused by over-exposure to the sun and are small red or purple blisters that form on the outer edge of the mouth. They appear in little bunches and are often filled with fluid that crusts over, forming scabs. They can last up to 2 weeks and are spread via kissing and sharing towels. Cold sores are extremely contagious and are caused by the herpes simplex virus. As soon as itching, burning or tingling occurs, LipRevive cold sore capsules should be taken over a 4-day period to alleviate symptoms and begin the healing process. Mouthulcer and

LipRevive cold sore capsules are not suitable for children under the age of 5. LipRevive cold sore capsules retail around R62 and Mouthulcer capsules from R59 a box, and are available from New UPD Wholesalers, Alpha Pharm and Kemco Wholesalers.

Enquiries: Carole Dreyer, Bio Revive, tel (021) 797-5596, cell 082 557-4014.
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Title Annotation:Pulse the heartbeat of the marketplace
Publication:South African Medical Journal
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:6SOUT
Date:Jul 1, 2007
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