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The Vygone Cold Sore Zapper is an electronic gadget which sends an electronic pulse
through cold sores. It works by producing beta waveforms as electronic signals between
two probes surrounding a cold sore. The Vygone Cold Sore Zapper is meant to be used
on all parts of the body that are affected by sores caused by a variety of viruses.
The Vygone Cold Sore Zapper is manufactured by the Beta Marketing group, which is
based in Utah. The probe itself can be purchased for $120 with free shipping at its
official site. The Vygone Cold Sore Zapper is also covered in various press releases
online, all of which have been released by the Beta Marketing Group, and all of which
have found their way to major press release networks, news sites, and social networks.
How Does It Work?
The Vygone Cold Sore Zapper works by forcing the Herpes virus to stop replicating
and packaging new viruses. In short, the Vygone Cold Sore Zapper returns the Herpes
virus to a dormant, resting state, putting it to sleep. The virus is not killed because
of the beta waveforms from the Vygone Cold Sore Zapper. What the Vygone Cold Sore
Zapper does, however, is to give the body a chance to start the healing process,
sparing the immune system the trouble of having to attack the virus while repairing
the damaged cells. This allows the body to heal the cold sore faster and then get
rid of the virus later.
According to the main website, the Vygone Cold Sore Zapper targets the main viruses
that cause cold sores (including Herpes simplex virus type 1), shingles, molluscum,
and genital herpes. The Vygone Cold Sore Zapper can be used to treat skin blemishes
that are caused by the Herpes family of viruses, including growths, moles, and warts.
The manufacturers of the Vygone Cold Sore Zapper promise that it is harmless, and
that the mild sensations caused by the beta waveforms are not dangerous.
Is it Safe to Use?
The company also promises that the Vygone Cold Sore Zapper is safe because it does
not use chemicals, is not addictive, is not invasive, and has no known documented
side effects. It is also portable and small, and can be used to lessen viral attacks
over time. With prudent use, the Vygone Cold Sore Zapper can lessen the severity
of cold sores, and can make them go away faster the next time that they occur.
How Is It Used?
The probes of the Vygone Cold Sore Zapper are placed on the cold sore, which should
be cleaned and dried. The start button is pressed, which then sends a flow of low
frequency waves through the skin, which some users might feel as a tiny, harmless
shock. The Vygone Cold Sore Zapper stops working when the skin surface starts to
become moist. The skin should then be cleaned up, and the Vygone Cold Sore Zapper
can be used on the same area again.
Reviews, which appear on the official Vygone Cold Sore Zapper website, have been
generally positive. Users say that it has stopped cold sores almost completely, and
works fast against cold sores.