The human body is a wonderful thing with many defenses that protect us from various illnesses. Yet, we still get sick. Why? because regardless of the body's amazing ability to fight diseases, many times the body fails. The catalyst of diseases and illnesses; bacteria viruses, etc., often are successful at concurring our natural defenses.
I feel that airborne diseases; those that are acquired through breathing in germs, are often downplayed. Yet they are quite common. Where are airborne germs most threatening? Stores, gyms, airplanes, work, basically any time you find yourself in a public place you are vulnerable.
Protection against illness for the whole family
Halo Oral Antiseptic spray is a scientifically proven and patent pending product that kills 99.9% of airborne germs. It's a simple antiseptic spray that last up to six hours. I feel it's a must-have to have on your person at all times.
"The results from independent scientific studies and clinical trials on Halo’s efficacy have been accepted for presentation at and publication by the Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) and the Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC), two of the leading medical societies in the United States"
"Data from University Hospitals Case Medical Center clinical researchers found that Halo completely kills all 11 clinical strains of whooping cough (Bordetella pertussis) against which the spray was tested."
These studies are just the tip of the iceberg, the fact that Halo kills 99.9% of airborne germs is all the assurance I need.
Halo sent me the the citrus flavor to review. It's neither bad tasting or good tasting, nevertheless the taste really isn't relevant considering only a few small sprays are required.
Illnesses transmitted via the air we breath often get overlooked. We are constantly instructed to wash our hands and be careful with what we touch, yet what we breath can pose an even greater risk depending on the environment.
I really hate being sick, so I appreciate the import of having Halo as a preventative again airborne germs.
Halo is available for adults and children and can be found at your local grocer or pharmacy such as Walmart, CVS, Target, Rite Aid and more. For more information visit halogermdefense.com
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