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Acyclovir Creams Manufacturers: Cold sores/fever blisters are treated with Acyclovir Creams. It can help to speed up the healing of wounds and alleviate symptoms (such as tingling, pain, burning, itching). Antivirals are a type of drug that includes acyclovir. Infections are prevented from spreading by this drug. This medicine does not treat herpes and does not prevent the illness from spreading to others. However, it does not prevent it from happening again.

What is Acyclovir Creams and how does it work

Acyclovir cream is an antiviral cream that treats herpes simplex virus-related skin infections. It works by inhibiting the virus from multiplying in the skin cells. This prevents the virus from multiplying and clears your skin illness.

Uses of Acyclovir Creams

  • Cold sores (fever blisters; blisters caused by the herpes simplex virus) on the face or lips are treated with acyclovir lotion.
  • The early bouts of genital herpes are treated with acyclovir ointment. Herpes labialis, or cold sores, are a viral condition that mainly affects the lips.
  • Burning pain is the most common symptom, followed by tiny blisters or sores. Acivir Cream can help herpes labialis heal faster and prevent recurrence of blisters. Following the doctor’s instructions will help you get the most out of this treatment.

How to use Acyclovir Creams

  • Topical acyclovir is available as a cream or an ointment for use on the skin.
  • For four days, acyclovir cream is used five times a day.
  • Acyclovir cream can be used at any point throughout a cold sore outbreak, but it works best when used right at the start when there is tingling, redness, itching, or a bump but no cold sore.
  • Acyclovir ointment is normally administered six times a day for seven days (usually three hours apart).
  • It’s recommended to start applying acyclovir ointment as soon as possible once you see the first signs of infection.
  • Make sure you follow directions on the prescription label carefully, and if there is anything you don’t understand, ask your doctor or pharmacist for clarification. Don’t take it more or less frequently, or more or less than your doctor prescribes.
  • During your therapy with topical acyclovir, your symptoms should improve. If your symptoms do not improve or worsen, contact your physician.
  • Acyclovir cream and ointment are only for external usage. Avoid getting acyclovir cream or ointment in your eyes, mouth, or nose, and do not ingest the medication.
  • Acyclovir cream should only be used on areas where a cold sore has developed or appears to be developing. Acyclovir cream should not be used on unaffected skin or genital herpes lesions.
  • While using acyclovir cream, do not use any other skin treatments or products, such as cosmetics, sunscreen, or lip balm, on the cold sore region unless your doctor directs you to.

To use Acyclovir cream, follow these steps:

  • Please wash your hands.
  • Clean and dry the area of skin where the cream will be applied.
  • Cover the skin where the cold sore has formed or appears to be forming with a layer of cream.
  • Rub the cream into your skin until it is completely gone.
  • Leave the area where the drug was applied exposed. Apply a bandage or dressing only if your doctor instructs you to do so.
  • To remove any remaining cream from your hands, wash them with soap and water.
  • Make sure you don’t wash the cream off your skin. After applying acyclovir cream, do not bathe, shower, or swim.
  • When applying acyclovir cream to a cold sore, make sure the area isn’t irritated.


  • If you are allergic to acyclovir or valacyclovir, you should not use this medication (Valtrex).
  • Acyclovir topical is not recommended for children under the age of 12.
  • If you’ve ever had a weak immune system, tell your doctor (caused by disease or by using certain medicine).
  • It’s unclear whether this medication may harm an unborn child. During childbirth, however, the herpes virus can be transferred from an infected mother to her kid. If you have genital herpes, it’s critical to avoid herpes lesions throughout pregnancy to avoid having a genital lesion when your kid is born.
  • If you have a herpes lesion on or near your breast, you should not breastfeed.
Side Effects
  • dry or cracked lips
  • peeling, flaky, or dry skin
  • burning or stinging skin
  • redness, or irritation or swelling, in the place where you applied the medication
  • hives
  • rash
  • itching
  • difficulty breathing or swallowing
  • swelling of the face,  hands, feet, throat, lips, eyes, ankles, or lower legs
  • hoarseness

Other Important Information

  • If you miss a dose, make up for it as soon as possible. Use only that dose if your next dose is approaching. Do not take two or more doses.
  • Keep the drug away from heat, moisture, and direct light in a closed container at room temperature. Prevent the freezer from freezing.
  • Keep out of children’s reach.
  • Do not keep out-of-date or no-longer-needed medications.

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