Caring for kids isn’t easy; cuts, scrapes, bumps and bruises can be an everyday occurrence. We’re here for you, with products designed to help the healing process, plus advice and tips to help keep your family feeling better faster.
Cold sore viruses spread through direct contact with the cold sore or its fluid. Once you are infected, the virus is always present; fatigue, illness, sunlight, poor diet, food allergies and hormonal changes can trigger an outbreak. To prevent spreading the virus, avoid contact with infected areas and fluids. This includes kissing, sharing glasses, utensils and razors.
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