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Acyclovir Cream | HSV-1

Cold sore relief straight to your doorstep

Kiss that cold sore goodbye. Acyclovir Cream goes right where you need it for targeted relief — and you can order it in minutes. Meds ship free directly to your home in (discreet) packaging.


The blisters that form around the exterior lips or inside the mouth, known as Cold Sores, are caused by an infection with the Herpes Simplex Virus. While a single cold sore is considered an outbreak, herpes outbreaks commonly produce multiple sores and cause mild discomfort to extreme physical pain. Treat herpes outbreaks ASAP and decrease healing time with fast-acting antiviral Acyclovir Cream.

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Cold sores are common. But outbreaks are easily decreased in intensity and duration with antiviral medication. We prescribe FDA approved meds based on the frequency and severity of symptoms.

Dr Mary Clifton

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