Ultimate cold sore treatment


What Causes Herpes Outbreaks?

Herpes is initially transmitted by skin-to-skin contact with someone who’s been previously infected with the virus.

Once inside the body, these types of viruses are not alive and cannot be killed. They are 100,000 times smaller than a single cell and impossible to get rid of. There is no known cure. Only a treatment of symptoms is available.

Cold sores and other herpes virus attacks can be triggered by a number of different factors. These can include nervousness, stress, excitement, fatigue, poor diet and even sunshine.

Early signs of cold sores include irritation, tingling, itching, burning, redness, pain and tightness.

When the immune system senses the damage from these eruptions, it begins to respond and fight back. It will start to toughen cell walls and then expel the herpes virus from the body by creating cold sores, blisters and lesions.

These, as anyone who has had them will know, are extremely uncomfortable and can take weeks to heal. (But not with the Vygone Zapper!)

Even though the blisters and sores will eventually heal, the herpes virus will remain in the body. It will lie dormant until the next attack, when the whole painful process will start again.

The good news is… Vygone Inhibitor Zapper can STOP viral activity. Using the mild electronic waveform unique to the device, the appearance of blisters and lesions are stopped even before they begin to appear.

“Vygone has stopped cold sores for me. I like it because I can use it over and over again and again.” – beckyboo2 (forum user)

Check out this Vygone user’s real life experience. She was sick and tired of using Valtrex (and the steroids they put in it). As you’ll hear, once you Vygone you never go back…

The VyGone Inhibitor Zapper is Safe, Effective and Easy-to-Use…

Using the VyGone Zapper to treat the signs and symptoms of the herpes virus and moles and warts couldn’t be easier.

Simply place the two probes of the zapper on your skin on each of the cold sore and press the buttons on either side.

(A light will come on that indicates that the device is working properly and will stay on for about ten seconds. A second light will then come on, which indicates that the zapper has “reversed” the direction of the electrical flow.)

Look how easy it is to use…

That’s it! Zero discomfort.

I used the Vygone zapper for 2 outbreaks and it worked very well. My outbreaks are Herpes 2, on the penis. Very awkward location, but this treatment is much better than letting the sores spread.

My approach: as soon as I feel the weird tingling sensation before a full outbreak, I start using the zapper there, every 1-2 hours in the day.

I touch the zapper directly to the site of possible lesion and I zap all around it several times every hour.

The sores usually stop from developing and go into a healing process, rather than the spreading and replication process.

The sores are real small, and took a week to heel. I continue zapping daily for the week to make sure it heals.

I have never taken the prescribed medication yet, since this method has worked.”
– caliguy (forum user)

Can Be Used for Thousands of Treatments…

Typically, a cold sore can be dealt with in four to eight treatments.

However, you can use the Zapper as many times as you like. It can be used up to every half hour until the symptoms subside and disappear.

It’s compact and portable, so it can be put in a pocket or purse… ready for the next application.

Can Be Used for Thousands of Treatments…

Early application of the VyGone Inhibitor Zapper can help to prevent outbreaks. Existing cold sores heal fast naturally.

The price? Just pennes a week…

Just select the VyGone model you want. Other than changing occasional batteries, there are no extra costs.

Compared to endless expensive subscription medications and embarrassing doctor visits, the VyGone Inhibitor Zapper costs just pennies a week.

Did you know

Did you Know…

  • Over half the US population suffers from periodic eruptions of cold sores.
  • Almost 6 MILLION new cases of genital warts are reported every year in the United States alone.
  • If you are older than 50, the risk of contracting an outbreak of shingles increases dramatically.
  • Amazingly, one out of four people in this country, age 9 and older, suffer from genital herpes.
  • Molluscum, a relative of the chicken pox, was once a childhood disease, but today it also is a sexually transmitted disease that can be spread between people.
  • Many people are unknowingly infected while they are still in their youth.

Rave Reviews for the Vygone Zapper

My wife had a lot of moles. We treated these with the Viral Inhibitor Pro and they started to shrink. They were raised and became unraised and started to disappear. Warts will also disappear, if you apply it regularly, they’ll just vanish! It wipes away genital warts and it wipes through warts wherever they occur. This is an account of my experience with it.
– MD, Orem, Utah

Because viral phenomenon are often long term and repetitive, providing technology to inhibit the same, immediately and continually available to the afflicted person, would be a valuable benefit to individuals specifically and to mankind generally.
– US Patent Application

Cold Sores treatment and signs

Cold sores are caused by the herpes simplex type 1 virus and can cause a number of painful and embarrassing symptoms.  It is estimated that around 60% of the population carry the virus although only around a quarter of these will ever experience any of the symptoms that it can cause.  Cold sores are fluid filled blisters that appear can appear on the face, lips and other parts of the body that have been infected with the herpes type 1 virus.  Once the virus is in the body it can never be removed.  However for the majority of the time it will be in a dormant state until there is a trigger for an outbreak.


Cold sores are characterised by red fluid filled blisters that can be painful to the touch.  They usually last for 7-12 days and there are a number of distinct stages in the development of a cold sore.

  1. Tingling stage.  The first sign of a potential outbreak of cold sores is a tingling sensation where the cold sore is about to appear.  The skin may become red and itchy and there may be a slight swelling of the skin.
  2. Blister stage.  This stage generally lasts for 2 days as a blister or cluster of smaller fluid filled blisters appears
  3. Weeping stage.  This stage in most cases lasts for just one day.  The blisters caused by the virus will break open oozing liquid and leaving a red and angry sore on the face.  This is when the virus is at its most contagious and any contact should be avoided.
  4. Scabbing stage.  Following the weeping stage the blisters will begin to scab over.  Scabs will frequently break open and an itching and burning sensation is commonly experienced.  Scabs will generally last for 2-3 days.
  5. Healing stage.  Once the scab has dropped off the healing process is complete.  The cold sore will disappear leaving no scarring behind.


The herpes type 1 virus is passed on by skin to skin contact most commonly by kissing.  It can also be passed on by sharing towels or other utensils that touch the skin and lips.  Once the virus is in the body it is impossible to remove or kill.  It will lie dormant in nerve cells until there is a trigger for another outbreak.  These recurrent outbreaks most commonly occur when the immune system is under some sort of stress and common triggers include:

  • Physical or emotional stress
  • Cold, flu and other illnesses
  • Diarrhoea and other digestive problems
  • Prolonged exposure to sunlight


While there is no cure for HSV-1 it is possible to treat the symptoms and minimise the number of outbreaks that occur.  There are a number of antiviral medicines that can be prescribed by your doctor and these limit the ability of the virus to grow helping to return it to its dormant state.  These medicines are most effective if taken at the first signs of an outbreak when the tingling sensation begins to appear.


With so many people being infected with the herpes type 1 virus it is virtually impossible to avoid becoming infected with it.  However there are steps you can take to minimise the number of outbreaks that you experience.  A healthy lifestyle that creates a strong immune system is probably the best way or reducing the number of outbreaks.  The proper diet and plenty of exercise are the way to do this.  Keeping your lips in good condition by stopping them from becoming dry, cracked or chapped will also help to stop outbreaks.  As prolonged sun exposure is a common cause of attacks in many people avoiding the sun for long periods is recommended.

Genital Warts – Warts Treatment & Symptoms

Genital warts are a sexually transmitted disease that is caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV).  While many people who have the virus do not go on to develop any symptoms those who do usually experience small, soft flesh coloured growths around the genitals and anus.  Infection with HPV is very common in all ranges with up to 50% of the population infected with the virus.  However only a small number of people (around 1%) show any visible symptoms such as warts.  As HPV and the warts it can cause are associated with a number of cancers early identification and treatment is essential.

Symptoms of HPV

Most people infected with the human papillomavirus display no symptoms and may even be unaware that they are infected.  In the majority of case the body’s immune system is able to deal with the infection and it is cleared from the body within a couple of years.  For people who do develop signs of HPV they take the form of warts that appear on the genital regions and in some cases around the mouth and throat.  Warts can appear single or in groups and clusters and can be small, large and either raised or flat.  Warts may not appear until months after contact with an infected sexual partner.

Cervical cancer can be hard to detect and symptoms may not appear until it is at an advanced stage.  Genital warts in women have been linked to both cervical cancer and cervical dysplasia and regular pap smears are recommended for all sexually active women.

Who is at Risk?

Anyone who is sexually active is at risk of contracting genital warts.  Factors that can increase the risk are unprotected sex, multiple partners, stress and viral infections.  Using a condom can help to protect against genital warts however as the HPV virus can spread through skin to skin contact it cannot be relied upon for complete protection.


Although there is no treatment for the virus that causes genital warts the warts themselves can be treated in a number of different ways.  The exact treatment proscribed will depend on how many warts there are and where they are located.  There are a number of medicines that can be proscribed that can be applied to the warts to prevent them from growing and boost the body’s immune system and help it to beat the virus.

In addition there are a number of surgical procedures that can be performed to remove warts.  Cryosurgery is used to freeze warts and prevent them from growing back.  They can also be cut off, destroyed with an electric current or destroyed with laser surgery.  While the warts may be removed the virus that causes them will remain and can lead to further outbreaks.

While warts are a common problem they are also an embarrassing one that many people choose to ignore.  By seeking the appropriate treatment you can help to prevent the spread of the virus and is always recommended.