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I just wanted to share that I've had incredible success with the Dermaseptic device. I paid $60 for it on Amazon.com and it's the best treatment I've tried to date. I've tried every single cream out there, nail polish remover, ice, heat, the Virulite, the Vygone Zapper and Dermaseptic works the best for me. I applied it to my cold sore at the first sign of tingling and it completely retreated.

There have been a few occasions where I woke up in the morning and it was past the tingling stage and into the bump stage right before the blisters form. At this stage when I apply the Dermaseptic device a teeny blister still forms but I drain it and dab it with nail polish remover and it still goes completely away in a day or two.

This has really changed my life and I just wanted to give back by sharing my news. I'm thinking of doing a YouTube video on the Dermaseptic device but I fear for my identity.

I'd really love to hear from other people if they've tried Dermaseptic, the Virulite, or the Vygone Zapper. :D

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Vygone vs Dermaseptic vs Virulite

I suppose these types of forums would be where a company would post "success stories" as I am sure that google filters all who are affected here. But I am also curious to see if anyone has had experience with these devices. And if so-have they done a head to head. It wouldn't be terribly scientific but if you have enough cold sores you start to get a feeling for what works and what doesn't. So has anyone tried all or a couple of these? Share!

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