BLISTEX RELIEF CREAM
Active substance(s): AROMATIC AMMONIA SOLUTION / LIQUIFIED PHENOL / STRONG AMMONIA SOLUTION
Job No: 219-04
Medicated relief for
occasional cold sores,
& sore lips.
solution 0.100% w/w,
solution 6.040% w/w,
Healing – medicated to soothe cold sores & care for your lips
Blistex® Relief Cream has a soothing and protective formula
to relieve & treat occasional cold sores and cracked & chapped
lips, leaving your lips feeling soft again.
Cold sores – when first symptoms arise, gently apply every
hour to rapidly relieve any discomfort.
Cracked and chapped lips – your lips are more sensitive during
extreme weather conditions, so you may need a little more care
than normal. Apply Blistex® Relief Cream frequently to quickly
relieve sore, cracked & chapped lips.
Possible side effects - 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. You can also
report side effects directly via the Yellow Card Scheme at
Do not store above 25°C. Do not use after the expiry date
shown on the tube and carton. For external use only.
Keep all medicines out of the sight and reach of children.
Ingredients: 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.
(Do not use if you are sensitive to any of the above ingredients).
Date of last revision of this text: October 2015. This cream also contains Lanolin
which may cause local skin reactions (e.g. contact dermatitis).
Made by the
PL holder for
Version No: V9
Unknown – 2011
Blistex Relief Cream
See Cutter Guide
% of actual size: 100%
Data Matrix: C0400
Filleigh / Barnstaple / Bristol /
London / Chester
01598 760 700
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