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Tennis player Nadine Kenzelmann explains how she overcame her cold sores For many people, herpes blisters are a nuisance. They just keep showing up whenever the body is under stress. There’s nothing you can do to keep them away – even well-known stars such as Victoria Beckham and Paris Hilton have not been able to beat them, although they can afford to seek the help of top doctors. Herpes: widespread but rarely talked about Although 85% of adults around the world carry the herpes simplex […]

  Ballymena mum-of-two Eve Marrs tells Una Brankin how she banished the facial blisters caused by the condition thanks to a new treatment cream PUBLISHED 02/09/2015   Perfect smile: Eva Marrs said cold sores made her life a misery Cold sores are notoriously difficult to treat – even Hollywood stars Katie Holmes and Lindsay Lohan, with their considerable resources, haven’t managed to find a successful treatment for theirs. Often the butt of juvenile sniggering because of their unjustified association with sex and STDs, cold sores […]

Caroline Schira, CEO of Diamond Heels AG, explains how she conquered her cold sores Herpes blisters are difficult to control – even well-known stars such as Alexa Chung and Katie Holmes have not been able to beat them yet, although they can afford to seek the help of top doctors and the best treatments. Herpes: widespread but rarely talked about Close to 85% of adults around the world carry the herpes simplex 1 virus, the cause for typical cold sores. Nevertheless, for many of those […]

Scientists at the University of North Carolina made investigations on the mechanism, how stress activates the herpes virus and causes the ugly cold sores. Anna Cliffe found a way to stop the massive herpes virus reproduction. Stopping the reproduction would mean that the cold sores don’t appear anymore. lipivir® is keeping the ball… Please click here to read the full article about the research results.

Cold Sores without Chickenpox

Many people affected by cold sores wonder whether there is a connection between cold sores and chickenpox. Chickenpox is also triggered by a virus from the herpes family namely by the Varicella-Zoster-Virus, also called shingles. This virus normally is transmitted during childhood by saliva and it causes itching blisters. Afterwards the patient is immune to this form of the disease for the rest of his life. But the virus which stays in the body can be reactivated when the immune system is weak. This can […]

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