Mom Spotlight: Halo Germ Defense

Have I got a surprise for you!!

More like an answer to your prayers.

Your I hate germs, PLEASE keep germs away from me prayers.

I hate germs. Have you ever seen those TV specials where they investigate all the places you are coming into contact with the worst kind all day long? Airports, hotels, door handles. It’s gross. Plus, I don’t have time to inspect every surface for me or my kids.

What if this year (and the next, and the one after that, and the one after that) you said to yourself  Nope. Not this year. It would be amazing right?!

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Enter: HALO

Haven’t heard of it? Well, let me introduce you. You can thank me later.

Halo is your best (and easiest!) defense against germs. It’s clinically proven to kill 99.9% of Infectious Airborne Germs you breathe in for up to 6 hours. 6 HOURS!! Did you know that on an average day, you take about 17,280 breaths? That’s a lot of breaths! And a lot of opportunities to breathe in airborne germs (ewww)- especially when we’re hanging out in confined places like offices, school buildings, shopping malls, and airplanes.

So, how does it work?

Well, the oral spray works by coating to the back of the oral cavity, providing sustained antiseptic action against airborne germs that you breathe in. All it takes is three quick sprays to the back of the mouth (no worries- it comes in three tasty flavors!), circulate and swallow. That’s it! It’s basically your own little shield against germs.

Here?s a few more answered questions provided by Halo:

  1. When should someone use Halo?

When someone is going to be exposed to airborne germs. Enclosed environments, where exposure to airborne germs is inevitable, include offices, classrooms, airplanes, restaurants and malls. However, since the average person spends 90% of their time indoors, there?s always a need to protect yourself from airborne germs.

  1. Is Halo actually a medicine or a dietary supplement?

Halo is a medicine. It’s an FDA mono-graphed oral antiseptic that uses a very well-known germ-killing active ingredient. It is not a dietary supplement.

  1. Does Halo kill or affect the good bacteria in the mouth?

No, scientific studies have shown that Halo exhibits minimal to no activity against the good bacteria in the mouth. In fact, Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum, who conducted the testing, has published some of the leading research on the natural germ balance of the oral cavity.

  1. Is Halo safe for kids?

Yes, Halo Children’s can be used by children 2 years of age and older.

  1. Does Halo have any side effects?

No. Halo has no side effects.

So the biggest question here would be, why would you NOT try Halo A tasty little spray with no side effects for adults and kids that will fight off 99.9% of germs and be your best defense You’d be crazy not to. I have a bottle in my purse. And one in my car. AND one in my gym bag. Obsessed? Yep, just a little. But when it’s THIS easy to use.

Try it and see for yourself.

Author: Cat

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