Labial Herpes: Rapid and Effective Relief


Labial Herpes is a film-forming liquid bandage designed to treat labial herpes lesions. It provides a protective barrier, cleans the affected area through osmotic action, and promotes cellular repair and growth. Clinical trials have shown significant reduction in lesion size and virus-infected cells within a week, along with clear improvement in symptoms such as itching, burning, and pain.

LABIAL HERPES: Innovative Treatment for Labial Herpes Lesions


Introduction to LABIAL HERPES

LABIAL HERPES is a filmogen liquid bandage specifically designed for the treatment of labial herpes lesions. This product targets pro-inflammatory proteins, contaminants, and impurities, providing a comprehensive approach to lesion treatment.


Three-Stage Operation of LABIAL HERPES

LABIAL HERPES operates in three stages to aid in the healing of labial herpes lesions:


Protective Barrier Effect

The product forms a protective barrier over the lesion, preventing the worsening of the lesion and the spread of the virus.


Osmotic and Cleaning Effect

LABIAL HERPES aids in cleaning the lesion by removing impurities and contaminants, providing a clean environment for healing.


Cellular Repair and Growth Effect

The product promotes cell repair and growth, aiding in the healing of the lesion.



Clinical Trial and Results

A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial conducted over a period of 2 weeks with 60 patients showed significant results.


Key Findings

The main results of the study were as follows:

  • The size of the lesion was significantly reduced within 7 days.
  • The intensity of pain was significantly reduced within 21 days.
  • Irritation was notably reduced within 14 days.
  • Rectal bleeding was significantly reduced within 21 days.
  • Lesion hydration improved within 14 days.
  • Discomfort during defecation was reduced within 14 days.

These results indicate that LABIAL HERPES is an effective treatment for labial herpes lesions, providing relief from symptoms and aiding in the healing process.

Understanding Labial Herpes: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment


Introduction to Labial Herpes

Labial herpes, also known as oral herpes or cold sores, is a common infection caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1). This condition is characterized by painful vesicular eruptions, typically around the mouth, which form crusts and can cause aesthetic deformation and psychosocial distress.


Symptoms of Labial Herpes

Symptoms of labial herpes usually start with itching and burning sensations, followed by the appearance of small vesicles. These vesicles can rupture and form crusts. The disease is often associated with discomfort and can cause significant distress due to its visible nature.


Recurrence of Labial Herpes

The disease is self-limiting and recurrent, meaning it can heal on its own but tends to come back. Despite being a common condition, there is currently no cure for labial herpes.


Current Treatments for Labial Herpes

Treatments aim to manage symptoms, reduce the severity and duration of outbreaks, and minimize the risk of transmission. Some studies have suggested that therapies such as ozone therapy can be effective in managing recurrent episodes of labial herpes.


Note on HSV-2 and Oral Infections

Please note that while HSV-1 is the most common cause of labial herpes, the herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2), typically associated with genital herpes, can also cause oral infections.



  • Significative improvement on itching, burning and pain within 4 days.
  • Lesion tenderness, soreness, swelling around the lesion, and blister oozing diminished within a week
  • Protects, hydrates and cleanses the lesion.




General informations

Title : Clinical efficacy of a specific Tannin-rich osmotically active solution for the treatment of labial herpes.
Journal : Clinical Trials  | 2013

TYPE OF TRIAL: Randomized clinical trial | 2 weeks
PATIENTS: N=60 | Test product = 60 ; Comparator = 0
INCLUSION: Participant presenting all clinical signs and symptoms of one or more open labial herpes infection(s)

Link: 12-Labial-Herpes-Clin-Int-J-Biol-Pharma-Res-published




• 55,3 % reduction in size of the lesion within 4 days.
• 87,4 % reduction in size of the lesion within 7 days.



• 75 % reduction in amount of virus-infected cells within 4 days.
• 90 % reduction in amount of virus-infected cells within 7 days.
• growth completely stopped between 7 and 14 days.



• Clear improvement (on itching, burning and pain) was seen from day 4 onwards, and most patients had only minor topical irritation on day 7.
• Lesion tenderness, soreness, swelling around the lesion, and blister oozing which diminished progressively within a week and disappeared in most patients during the second week of treatment.





IndicationFilmogen liquid bandage for the treatment of labial herpes lesions.
CompositionFilmogenic glycerol, xanthan gum, honey, water, association of Camellia sinensis, Vitris vinifera and Sambucus nigra.
PresentationTube 6ml
ClassMDD Class I | MDR Class IIa
DirectionApply in wounds, 2-3 times a day
PrecautionsThe product is intended for topical use only (labial surface) and should not be swallowed. Keep out of reach and sight of children.
Age 18+
Storage conditionsBelow 25°C
Legal manufacturer VITROBIO (France)
Product codeHL