Campho Phenique Scab Relief

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Is campho phenique scab relief still sold? If so, where? If not, is there any other like vthis product that is the same formula?



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Verwon Says:

The Cold Sore Scab Relief has been discontinued.

The active ingredients were Pramoxine, a local anesthetic, and White Petrolatum, so all it really did was temporarily alleviate any pain or irritation and moisturize the area, since the other ingredient is just pretroleum jelly.

I didn't find this exact combo listed in anything else, but you can try asking your pharmacist.


https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Pramoxine/­

Are there any questions or comments?

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Traci Says:

I disagree. I've used petroleum jelly, I've used healing creams for lips and still, if I awaken in the morning and yawn, the scab will crack and bleed. When I use the Campho Phenique for scab relief, it seems to stay on and keep the scab moist where I can smile and eat and it doesn't crack. I'm sorry it's no longer available because I'm at the very last of my supply.

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Christina Says:
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Neosporin has that praxomine so I put that & petroleum jelly on when the sore scabs over.

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Queen Says:
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Me too i been looking for it and can’t find it anywhere so i googled to see if it was discontinued and it is ! It worked great now I’m
Stuck with a hard scab that is really noticeable

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