Mouth ulcer clear advance was £29.99 now £7.44 delivered @ Lloyds Pharmacy
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Mouth ulcer clear advance was £29.99 now £7.44 delivered @ Lloyds Pharmacy

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Found 19th Feb 2014
Just ordered one of these, wanted one before but didn't want to pay nearly £30.00. I have the cold sore one which is brilliant, so thought I cant try this for this silly price.

phoebegrace:
FEB10 for 10% off I know it's not much but it takes a little off to compensate for the postage. Just had order confirmation and I only paid £6.99 delivered.
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£2.95 P&P added. Thanks for posting.

Thank you

thank you, this has to be worth a pun.

Worth a go... Sounds like red light is magical. Will it fix my eyesight..?
Edited by: "kevcal" 19th Feb 2014

What is the difference between this and the cold sore one?? Would it be possible to use the same one for both things??
Just wondering!!

Original Poster

I have had the cold sore one for a few weeks, used the machine for a few days and the coldsore didn't really come up. For under £8.00 its got to be worth a try.

So is it just red light that comes from the unit onto the affected area?? Do you have to hold the unit touching the cold sore/ulcer or hovering over it?

Instead of buying this just wish it away. it will have the same effect....there's one born every minute..X)

Original Poster

You hold it on the cold sore. I have suffered with cold sores for years and this is the first thing that has really worked

Thanks basey1959,I suffer with ulcers not cold sores but my daughter gets cold sores so I was just wondering if one unit could be used by us both but if you actually have to hold it on the affected area then best to get one for each of us.

Original Poster

No problem kobiko, I really hope they work well for you and your daughter.

FEB10 for 10% off I know it's not much but it takes a little off to compensate for the postage. Just had order confirmation and I only paid £6.99 delivered. Bargain! Hot from me xx
Edited by: "phoebegrace" 20th Feb 2014

addi564

thank you, this has to be worth a pun.



A pun:

I bet the butcher the other day that he couldn’t reach the meat that was on the top shelf. He refused to take the bet, saying that the steaks were too high.

Had the steaks been lower it may have been worth a punt.

On a prevention note for those not aware of it, using a sodium lauryl sulfate free toothpaste is a good start. Worked for me.

Thanks phoebegrace and Basey1959, with the code it comes to £6.99 with delivery.

ordered one for 6.99! Thanks! Can anyone put the promotional code FEB10 in the main post?

Just purchased through TCB too but didn't see the discount code...

Thanks OP! Ordered for £6.99 less £0.42 topcashback hopefully I ordered the ulcer one last time for my gf & she hasn't had one since. Hopefully this one works well for her ulcers.

mossy3

Thanks OP! Ordered for £6.99 less £0.42 topcashback hopefully I o … Thanks OP! Ordered for £6.99 less £0.42 topcashback hopefully I ordered the ulcer one last time for my gf & she hasn't had one since. Hopefully this one works well for her ulcers.



Eh?

Thanks op.

Ordered with thanks. Also don't forget 4% cashback @ Quidco.

How (medically speaking) does this work? Or is just a load of old woo for the gullible?

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KermitGrenade

On a prevention note for those not aware of it, using a sodium lauryl … On a prevention note for those not aware of it, using a sodium lauryl sulfate free toothpaste is a good start. Worked for me.



That and avoiding spicy foods, and tomato ketchup, tomatoes in general actually. Drinking lots of water, getting enough sleep, avoiding stress reportedly help avoid ulcers in first place, though everyone is different.

For the record though, this device will have no effect whatsoever on the healing process and should be made illegal as poor suckers are buying it believing the magic light will make their ulcers disappear.

I'm contemplating patenting a device also with a shiny red light on it that can cure cancer. Pretty sure I will get a load of people prepared to "give it a go".

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mikegray

How (medically speaking) does this work? Or is just a load of old woo for … How (medically speaking) does this work? Or is just a load of old woo for the gullible?



Well. I will try to explain.

Going by similar devices they have sold, it works (excuse the technical nature of this description) by sticking batteries in it, which gently heats up an element which normally glows red. This means the magic is ready (assuming the planets are aligned). Using it in the dark will result in a pleasing "wooooo" from onlookers.

You then hold it in place for a minute or so while the magic red glowing wand supercharges your immune system response, the ulcer then instantly (though can take upto 2-3 weeks, depending on what colour your aura is) disappears.

It comes highly recommended by Paul Daniels, Caveman Ugg, Thor and Tony from the Market.




thanks ordered really suffering with the blighters at the moment

Thank you for posting.... obviously the people on here with their sarcastic comments, have never experienced the excruciating pain of mouth ulcers , ... From one who suffers badly I am willing to try it... Thanks again a great find and even better price !!!!! (_;)

Original Poster

Exactly redemy, mouth ulcers are horrible, like I said in one of the first posts I purchased the cold sore one from Lloyds Pharmacy and it works really well. Good luck.

Does no one use this?

Gets rid of the pain in seconds and nice and cheap too

Had my dispatch email earlier on today! Says expected delivery tomorrow. Excellent service.

Lianne21 I use frador too,been using it for years and defiantly works but it just stings soooo bad when you first put it on!!!

great thanks, just bought 2 one for me and one for Grand daughter who also suffers with them, £4.99 each plus postage less 10 percent bargain!!!!

redemy

Thank you for posting.... obviously the people on here with their … Thank you for posting.... obviously the people on here with their sarcastic comments, have never experienced the excruciating pain of mouth ulcers , ... From one who suffers badly I am willing to try it... Thanks again a great find and even better price !!!!! (_;)



I think you misunderstand. I get mouth ulcers myself occasionally, and don't want people to waste money on meaningless quackery even at a discoun that could be better spent buying something that will actually treat your symptoms or has a proven mechanism that treats the problem. But it's not my money...
Edited by: "mikegray" 20th Feb 2014

Original Poster

How do you know its a waste of money????

KermitGrenade

On a prevention note for those not aware of it, using a sodium lauryl … On a prevention note for those not aware of it, using a sodium lauryl sulfate free toothpaste is a good start. Worked for me.



Couldn't agree more. Life changing in my husband's case

thanks for this...

Basey1959

How do you know its a waste of money????



I don't, but I'm saying that if nobody here understands how it works, they might want to think before buying it just because it's cheap. Nobody has explained how it works, likely because there's no mechanism by which it can work. Obviously if someone wants to point to, say a double blind placebo controlled trial that shows it works, I'll gladly change my position.

HOT...ordered thanks. hubby always suffers from ulcers, plus takes ages to clear up. hope this helps reduces the time even a bit.

redemy

... obviously the people on here with their sarcastic comments, have … ... obviously the people on here with their sarcastic comments, have never experienced the excruciating pain of mouth ulcers , ...



Yes. ulcers really hurt which means magic works....uh.........what?

Original Poster

No one ever knows when they buy a product if its going to work, whether on prescription or over the counter, also some things work for some and not others. I have spent lots of money on different mouth ulcer creams and none worked.

Basey1959

No one ever knows when they buy a product if its going to work, whether … No one ever knows when they buy a product if its going to work, whether on prescription or over the counter, also some things work for some and not others. I have spent lots of money on different mouth ulcer creams and none worked.



You're missing the point. The mouth ulcer creams have an active ingredient for which there is a biological mechanism by which we might reasonably expect it to work, either by treating the causes or symptoms of the problem. The same is not true for this magic wand.

Like I said before, waste your money all you like, but don't buy medical devices just because they're cheap if there's no evidence they work. That way quackery lies.
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