8 Home Remedies for Cold Sores

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8 Home Remedies for Cold Sores

7. Tea Tree Oil

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Tea tree oil is a much gentler method but works in the same way as above. Simply apply some directly to a cotton ball and then to the cold sore for about 30 seconds.

8. Apple Cider Vinegar

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Use a clean cloth and dab it into apple cider vinegar before placing the cloth onto the cold sore. The mixture may sting a little but it will also kill the virus and hopefully leave your face clean and free of cold sores much sooner.


If you become concerned about any symptoms, please seek immediate medical attention we have some hotlines and suggested websites for further information and advice https://www.stayathomemum.com.au/my-kids/babies/important-hotlines-websites/

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