Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) August 5, 2010
Quadex Labs, a Utah based pharmaceutical company has announced the launch of their new cold sore and fever blister treatment product, Blister Blaster. The company also announced the launch of their new website where orders may be placed. http://www.blisterblaster.com.
Blister Blaster has been in planning and development for over 18 months. The end result of this hard work is a product based on other effective, and patented cold sore treatment formulas offered by Quadex through medical and dental professionals known as Viroxyn Professional. Blister Blaster not only utilizes much of the same proven formulation of Viroxyn Professional, which has been shown to cut the time to heal cold sores by 75%, but also incorporates patented technology in the applicator. The result is an extremely effective option for those individuals who may be suffering from the painful and unsightly oral herpes virus.
“We wanted to deliver a product directly to consumers that offered many of same benefits of Viroxyn Professional and our other products. It also offers a lower price point for consumers and comes in a convenient 2 application package,” Said Jeff Smith, Chief Marketing Officer of Quadex Labs. The company is initially releasing Blister Blaster exclusively through online channels in order to better reach out to the millions of cold sore and fever blister sufferers.
Smith continued “We can offer a very competitive price point and a broader reach by offering the product online. This distribution model fits our business plan of working to offer Blister Blaster on a global basis over the coming years”.
With over 10 years of consumer results with Viroxyn Professional, the formulation comprising Blister Blaster has been praised in the practical literature regarding oral health and the treatment of the herpes virus. Quadex Labs has distributed over 1 million applications through medical professionals and retail distribution and has enjoyed broad acceptance and positive reviews in the medical and dental communities as an effective topical remedy for cold sore and fever blisters.