Medusa lip balm & cold sore remedy
A breakthrough new lip product, Medusa lip balm and cold sore therapy, take care of your lips while simultaneously lowering the number of times you get cold sores. Because taking care of your lips is the most efficient way to avoid getting blisters, which can be both unsightly and unpleasant. Medusa's innovative remedy can now help you leave your lip difficulties behind you. Medusa is passionately opposed to any form of cruelty.
Ingredients: Olive Oil, Beeswax, Calendula Officinalis, Plantain, Narrowleaf Plantain, Dead Nettle, Witch Hazel
Olive Oil, Beeswax, Calendula Officinalis Plantain, Narrowleaf Plantain, Dead Nettle Witch Hazel, and Dead Nettle Witch Hazel
Use only a very small amount of the Medusa product, approximately the size of a pin. Apply a drop of Medusa, about the size of a pinhead, to the lip line as well as any other areas of your face that are damaged. After waiting for a minute, you can proceed to apply your preferred skincare or makeup products. Medusa is a preventive solution that needs to be used just twice a day for your safety, although you're welcome to use it whenever you desire. It is completely safe; our herbal extracts, when combined with virgin oils, will consistently maintain the health of your lips.
Tame the Snake of Cold Sores with Our Medusa Remedy.
Just as Medusa's Gaze Turned Foes to Stone, Our Potent Remedy Freezes Cold Sores in Their Tracks. Unleash Your Fearless Confidence, Free from Discomfort.
Ganglion nerve cells serve as hosts for the dormant HSV1 form of the herpes virus. They accomplish this by releasing explorer virus particles that examine the condition of the lip cells. If the conditions are favorable, these explorer virus particles can interact with the herpes virus present in the nerve tissue.
Due to the disruption caused by Medusa in the viral signaling process, virus particles near the lip cells or the affected area where the product is applied are unable to interact with the herpes virus present in the ganglion nerve tissue. This prevents the entry of additional viral particles, subsequently reducing the possibility of cold sores spreading.
When you have a cold sore, it's crucial to wash your hands thoroughly after touching the sore to prevent the virus from spreading to others. Avoid picking at the scab or rupturing the blisters, as this could potentially cause a secondary infection and result in scarring. If you do happen to touch the lesion, take special care to avoid touching your eyes immediately afterward. The fluid inside the blisters is the infectious component.