Blistex Relief Cream - 5g

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  • Medicated relief
  • conditioning ingredients
  • Suitable for 12 years
  • Medicated relief
  • conditioning ingredients
  • Suitable for 12 years
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Product Information
Blistex Relief Cream is a soothing cream with a conditioning blend of ingredients to bring medicated relief to sore, sorry-looking lips and cold sores.

Blistex Relief Cream has a soothing and protective formula to relieve & treat occasional cold sores and cracked & chapped lips. Blistex contains a combination of active ingredients which include a strong ammonia solution, an aromatic ammonia solution and liquefied phenol. Alongside these ingredients are camphor to soothe, lanolin to protect and peppermint oil to add a taste of freshness. Please note: this product was formerly known as Blisteze.
Adults and children over 12 years old: If your lips are cracked and chapped, apply every hour. Your lips are more sensitive during extreme weather conditions, so you may need a little more care than normal. For cold sores - when first symptoms arise, gently apply every hour to rapidly relieve any discomfort.
Active ingredients w/w: Aromatic Ammonia Solution 6.04%, Strong Ammonia Solution 0.10%, Liquefied Phenol 0.494% Also contains: White Soft Paraffin, Modified Lanolin, Sorbitan Palmitate, Polysorbate 40, Peppermint Oil, Sodium Saccharin, Ethanol 96%, Racemic Camphor, Cineole, Purified Water.
Suitable For
Suitable For adults and children aged 12 years and over.
Keep out of the reach and sight of young children. Not suitable for children under 12 years. Blistex may cause irritation or swelling of the lips, or an allergic reaction such as skin rash, redness or itching. Consult your doctor if you suffer from recurrent cold sores or if you have any other unwanted effects. Do not start treatment with cream at the stage of an already developed blister or ulcer. Contains lanolin which may cause local skin reactions (e.g. contact dermatitis).
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