Saturday, August 19, 2017

Say Goodbye to Back-to-School Stress and Unwanted Cold Sores - #Giveaway




I can’t wait to get another cold sore, said no one ever. But summer is ending, and that means back-to-school stress is right around the corner. Before you know it, stress is getting the better of you and it’s asking to bring that cold sore back.


On behalf of Quantum Health, makers of Lip Clear Lysine+, a lip treatment and protectant that is proven to cut cold sore healing time in half, we’d like to provide some inspiration for a post about ways to reduce back-to-school stress and prevent cold sores.
  1. Get enough sleep: One of the best stress relievers is a good night’s rest. Try to get seven to nine hours each night. Not only will you get up in the morning ready to face the day, but your immune system will be ready to help prevent cold sores from occurring.
  2. Maintain a healthy diet: An apple a day keeps the cold sore away, and when you eat better, you feel better. Eating healthy helps prevent a cold or a fever, keeping your immune system on point and ready to prevent a cold sore from popping up.
  3. Supplement your diet: A healthy diet is good and supplementing it is even better. Take a high-quality multivitamin and add in a supplement of lysine too. Lysine not only gives your immune system a boost but it fights the formation of cold sores.
  4. Exercise regularly: Exercise makes you stronger and healthier and it’s a great stress reducer too. So rather than take out your stress on your lip, take it out on the court or around the track.
  5. Avoid sun exposure: The summer heat may almost be gone, but that doesn’t mean you’re free from the sun’s effects. UV rays can cause that unwanted breakout to start. When going outside, make sure to put on a hat and use some lip balm with good sun protection such as the Lip Clear Lysine+ Coldstick with SPF-21.

My Thoughts

I hate cold sores. Not only are they painful, they're also embarrassing. I always feel like people are staring at me when I have a cold sore on my lip. It's even worse when I see my kids get one. My six-year seems to get them at least a few times a year, and it can take weeks for them to go away. Lip Clear Lysine is always my go-to choice for treatment.

Lip Clear Lysine is an over-the-counter treatment that gives me the quick results I want. In just a few days, cold sores will improve, and they heal in half the time it usually takes with other treatments. Plus, it glides on smooth, and feels just like lip balm. It doesn't leave any medicine taste on your lips, which makes it much easier to apply to my daughter's lips. One tube lasts for months at a time, and it's available in all my favorite stores. This winter, you can be sure you'll find a tube of Lip Clear Lysine in my medicine cabinet.


The Giveaway

One lucky winner is going to receive a Lip Clear package which includes the Lip Clear ointment and the Lip Clear Coldstick.   To enter, just fill out the Giveaway Tools form below. This giveaway will end 09/09/17 and is open to the US only.  The winner will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to reply. Thanks again to the sponsor for offering this great prize!

10 comments:

James Robert said...

I have 2 of my 5 kids that get them about 2 times a year. Glad to see there is a new product out there to help them out.

rochelle said...

I get cold sores sometimes when i get a very bad cold

Marsha C said...

I get them any time I have a fever or a sunburn on my face.

alissa apel said...

I get 1 on the corner of my mouth a few times a year when I have a cold.

Maryann D. said...

I remember one time having a cold sore before a job interview.

DEBIJOT said...

I tend to get cold sores at various times throughout the year.

Kathy Lane said...

I have a sixteen year old daughter that gets cold sores multiple times a year.This product would be very helpful.

Darlene Carbajal said...

I have never gotten a cold sore!

Julie Waldron said...

I don't have a cold sore story, thank goodness!

Lisa Pecora said...

I have a cold sore right now :(. I get them a couple times a year, they seem to come randomly and not because of any particular factor.