Cold Sore and Canker Sore Sufferers: There is good news!

Laguna Niguel, California (June 17, 2002) It is no surprise to canker sore and cold sore sufferers that these uncomfortable ulcerations inside or outside the mouth sometimes seem to “attack” when a person is under stress, heavily fatigued or ill. Some individuals experience both eruptions at the same time or overlap, while other sufferers seem to only get one eruption or the other. Robin Barr Enterprises, Inc. offers a solution for both these problems: Cold Sores Begone® and Canker Sores Begone®, topical remedies using herbal ingredients. The formulas, created by Robin Barr, president and owner, and manufactured in an FDA approved/OTC licensed laboratory, include Aloe Vera, Echinacea, Golden Seal root and Lemon Balm. According to Robin, “While there is no cure, there have been clinical studies in Germany for certain herbs which showed promise in the early treatment for herpes simplex infections. Though little is really understood about canker sores, for many people, these ulcerations often occur when fatigued or under stress, similar to the triggers for cold sores.” Although the two formulations are similar, Canker Sores Begone® includes additional menthol to help numb the ulceration and herbs known for their antibacterial and antiviral properties specific for oral sores.

Both products are in liquid form and available in pocket size bottles. Robin adds, “I have had excellent feedback from individuals who have undergone radiation and chemotherapy that these products helped relieve pain of oral ulcerations caused by those treatments. No matter what the trigger or where the outbreak, finally there is relief for something that can ruin a week or two!”

The company offers 100% customer satisfaction with a money back guarantee. The solutions are cruelty free (not tested on animals) and contain no animal bi-products. The products are sold at finer health food stores, drug stores, gift shops, grocery stores, beauty supply stores, online stores and other quality outlets.

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