ZyGone

Natural cold sore treatment

Frequently Asked Questions - ZyGone™

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How do I use ZyGone™?

For best results, apply ZyGone™ at first sign of irritation (tingling, redness, itching or bump). Gently clean the affected area. Shake container well, and then gently apply ZyGone™ as needed to the affected area. Store container in a cool dark place. Always wash your hands before and after applying to a cold sore.

What are the advantages of Zygone™?

ZyGone’s Liquid Formula flows freely helping with less fiction,

providing Relief from discomfort associated with cold sore/fever

blisters, soothes and nurtures your lips, with No added scents, dyes

or fragrances.

Is ZyGone™ safe and easy to use?

Yes. The liquid Formula flows freely helping with less fiction, making

it easy for you to apply.


We are proud to say ZyGone has been Dermatologist-Tested and is

not associated with skin irritation or allergic contact dermatitis in

human subjects.


The Propolis found in ZyGone™ has been found to be non-toxic

when applied to the skin.

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Do I continue to apply ZyGone™ when the cold sore has a scab?

Yes, Continue applying until the scab has fallen off naturally.

How often can I apply ZyGone™?

It is best to apply four to five times per day or as needed to relieve

symptoms of cold sores / fever blisters.


For Best Results: apply at the first sign of irritation (tingling, redness,

itching, or bumps). Wash hands before and after application * do not

share this product with anyone, to help prevent the spread of your

cold sore or fever blister.

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Do I rub it in or pat it on?

Apply gently, friction can possibly irritate and prolong the healing process. Begin applying at first sign of a cold sore for best results.

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Is my satisfaction guaranteed?

Yes! if you are not absolutely satisfied with ZyGone for any reason  e-mail us at info@zygone.net, Upon our receipt of your return we will arrange for a refund of your purchase price.  Returns must be made within 160 days of purchase.

Frequently Asked Questions - Cold Sores

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What is a Cold Sore?

Cold sores- also called fever blisters. Symptoms typically begin with tingling (itching) and reddening of the skin around the infected site, can form on the borders of the lips. Cold sores are generally believed to be caused by the herpes simplex 1 virus.

What makes cold sore recur?

The virus can be reactivated due to the effects of other illnesses such as cold and influenza, eczema, emotional and physical stress, exposure to bright sunlight, gastric upset, fatigue or injury.

How long do cold sores last?

When symptoms appear they will typically resolve within two weeks, without treatment.

How can cold sores spread?

Cold sores are contagious if the carrier is producing and shedding the virus. This is especially likely during an outbreak but possible at other times. The virus can be spread from person  to person by kissing or close contact with the lesions. Washing your hands can help keep you from spreading the virus to other people & yourself.

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