Started to get a cold sore on my lip - Abreva stopped it - it showed up on my eyelid instead. I know I can't get Abreva in my eye but, can I use it on the eyelid?
Can I use Abreva on my eyelid?
Question posted by ~Angie on 15 March 2010
Last updated on 15 March 2010 by suzanne66
No, Abreva should not be used in or around the eye.
You should see your doctor as soon as you can if you think you have a cold sore around your eye.
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