Tuesday, November 13, 2012

HaloTM Oral Antiseptic Spray

If I could create a "health" bubble and exist within it during the winter months, I would. Its not that I am a germaphobe....okay..I am...and its not that I don't like crowds or other people in close proximity...okay I do mind....

Winter is a difficult time for me. Mostly because there lacks fresh air and germs float around in stale air like the black plague. Yes a touch dramatic but tell me you like it when your little one is home sick. Or that you actually HAVE the time to be stuck in bed with a head that may explode with the very next eyeblink.


Enter the Halo Oral Antiseptic Spray. Clinically tested and proven, the first ever patent-pending oral antiseptic spray proven to kill airborne germs you breathe in. This means I may actually be able to take an elevator this winter (heh...riiiight). Halo is scientifically proven to kill 99.9 percent of infectious germs, including a broad spectrum of bacteria and viruses; the scary kind like rhinovirus, the flu and H1N1. Spray into the mouth three times, and Halo offers protection from the air you share for up to 6 hours.

Some pretty awesome stats were sent to me along with some samples of Halo Oral Antiseptic Spray. You'll likely want to know: 
  •  Halo Oral Antiseptic Spray is portable and perfect for travel (1 fl. oz. size adheres to TSA regulations for carry-on luggage or purse)
  • ·         HaloTM Children’s (for children aged two and up) is available in a great tasting grape flavor
  • ·         Adults have the option of Halo in berry and citrus flavors
  • ·         Halo is alcohol, dye and sugar-free
Win a free bottle of the Adult Halo Oral Antiseptic spray using the rafflecopter form below!

To Buy:  New Halo Oral Antiseptic Spray is now in the cough and cold aisle at CVS, Target, Walmart, Rite Aid, Kmart and other mass market and drug stores nationwide.  Suggested retail price is $12.99. For more information and to see how it works, visit www.halogermdefense.com.

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