Polysporin Canada $5 Off Coupon For Cold Sore Healing Patch

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If you suffer from cold sores than you know how miserable they can be.  I don’t get them very often (thankfully) but when I do I’d pay anything to make it feel better.  Polysporin Canada has a free printable coupon available on their website.  Save $5 on the purchase of Polysporin cold sore healing patch.  It actively heals the cold sore.  It states that it instantly hides the cold sore as well but Im not sure if it actually does.  I have never used these patches.  If you have used them please provide us with some feed back!

Get coupon here.


14 responses to “Polysporin Canada $5 Off Coupon For Cold Sore Healing Patch”

  1. Jean says:

    Hey. Does anyone know if this works? My sister gets coldsores all the time, but isn’t having much luck with getting rid of them.

  2. EK says:

    I’m guessing this has the antibacterial ointment in the patch? Seems like actually a great idea. I’ve used those little round bandaids before… I guess you could also use Abreva first, then put on this healing patch on top.

  3. denise says:

    I’ve been plagued by cold sores for the past few years and finally started using L-lysine supplements. The best deal I got was a few weeks ago when Zellers had all of their Quest & Vivitas Women supplements on for 70% off. They say to take 2 pills 3 times a day, but I only take 3 a day. Working very well….knock on wood.lol

    But I may try these just in case.

  4. nicole says:

    I sadly get them often from stress…I ended up trying everything on the market before a doctor at work suggested a prescription. everyone is different and what works for one might not work for another, so it never hurts to try something 🙂

    If you cant seem to get rid of them by OTC stuff ask your dr for a prescription…the meds I take are powerful but taken at the first sign of tingling means I dont get one at all!

  5. Sally says:

    If you have medical insurance I recommend getting Zovirax for mouth ulcers. It also decreases how many you get. Stress unfortunately is a big factor 🙁

    Nicole, there are pills of the acolyiver (sp) and the Zovirax lotion, both used together work well….

  6. nicole says:

    @ Sally – yep I take valcyclovir (sp) and it works awesome! I dont have coverage and its not cheap but so worth it 🙂

  7. Katherine says:

    I’ve heard (I’ve never tried it) that dabbing a little bit of Vicks vapo rub works well. Has anybody ever heard of this?

  8. denise says:

    I have had prescriptions for Zovirax pills–take at first sign of tingling & Zovirax cream–put on the spot, but neither worked for me until I got my mitts on the L-Lysine.
    I have heard of the Vick’s vapo rub so recently I used Tiger Balm–I believe it’s the camphor that helps dry them out. It works well, but man does it hurt!

  9. stuieogrady says:

    I use Blistex as it works pretty well for me. I’ve found Blistex works **great** for acne. Just remember to use a Qtip so the stuff itself doesn’t get infected ;>

  10. Susie says:

    I use to get them years ago I used old spice haha.. it worked well dried them up but then they would bleed and keep cracking Then I used zovirax that was great when it wasn’t covered anymore I wouldn’t buy it cause it was expensive and suddenly stopped getting them. I think with age we stop getting them cause we learn to deal w/ stress better or maybe it is hormonal I also quit dating ..lol that helped a lot 🙂 My daughter and niece get them all the time they take L-lysine it seems to work but I will tell them about this cause if it helps from spreading that is the important thing otherwise they spread like a weed ;(

  11. Samantha says:

    Yea its true i use lysine pills and ointment and mine are gone within like 3-4 days instead of a few weeks like they used to last but i bet this would still be good to keep it from spreading during the day.

  12. E. says:

    I’m using one right now. I don’t believe there is any medication in them at all. All they do is provide a physical barrier to protect the sore and presumably discourage further infection and spreading. While I could see it in the mirror, my parents didn’t even notice I had one on until I said something, and that’s without covering it in makeup.

    Nearly $20 for 15 patches where I bought them. Seems steep for something with no medication. However, the patches are supposed to stick for 8 hours. I have it in the corner of my mouth (which is probably a really difficult place to have it stay) and it’s been on for almost 3 hours now. Guess we’re paying for the feat of engineering.

    For a transparent little thing, it does de-emphasize the sore.

    Anyway, bought them because I have a sore right now and I had the coupon. Remains to be seen if I buy again. We’ll see how I feel when I walk into work tomorrow. Abreva tends to work best for me otherwise.

  13. Rosemary Archer says:

    The price seems right, I like the clear sticker protective membrane which acts
    like a shield while healing. Abreva didn’t seem to do the trick this time around.

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