8 questions from our users
Is the 100 single application bottle of dynamiclear still available? If so, where can it be purchased or ordered?
Is this the same formula used in dynamiclear advantage which is used for genital herpes?
When using the product doea anyone else get a blue almost black crust ? How often do you find this last and can you get it wet ?
Do you mean when you have applied the liquid and it’s burnt the cold sore and you get a scab?
I’ve had a black scab and have got it wet and try to keep it try as if you knock it. I find it bleeds and takes longer to heal
How long dose it take to hill the cold sore?
What it the name on new packaging
is this item still available to buy, or is off the market? I keep trying to go to their official website to buy it but it never even opens to their webpage.
Hi! Where are you located? I'm in Canada and I just go to my pharmacy, who then orders it for me. It has been working like a charm, and I seem to be getting cold sores more often in the last year.
The feedback email address on the package also returned a "non-deliverable". I think I bought mine at "Flannery's" in Wynnum, Queensland. But they don't have any anymore and they told me today that they also wouldn't be able to re-order it (the supplier is not in their system any longer). You can still order it online: www.healyourself.com.au www.myhealthwarehouse.com.au or www.naturalcity.com.au
There was some action taken against the product a short while ago in relation to some unsubstantiated claims made on the packaging, so it disappeared from the Pharmacy shelves for a while. But it is now back with new packaging. At the moment I find the best source for the product is on eBay, but I'm hoping that it finds it's way back into Pharmacies soon.
Be aware that the new Packaging makes no mention of Cold Sores, it merely describes itself as a Lip Care product, but the ingredients are exactly the same as the old product
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