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Friday, November 19, 2010

Germ Protection On the Go



As a nurse and mother, I understand the stress of trying to keep your family protected from unwanted germs. Things like MRSA, and the Flu are especially worrisome to parents. I was asked to review a product called Myclyns germ protection spray, and here it is.

First of all let me say, what a wonderful product to make available to the general public. For years these types of products were only available to health care workers. Now parents, children, and first responders can use this product, and feel safe. Why would you use it? Say your child is at the park and another child sneezes right in her face. One quick spray of the Myclyns germ protection spray and you have prevented your child from getting the cold or flu, or something even worse. Or you come upon an accident and you stop to help, the victim is bleeding and grabs your arm with his bloody hand. You happen to have a cut there, spraying the area with Myclyns germ protection spray will stop any germs from entering your system.

So now we know why you would want one, but is it safe, and what exactly is it? The Myclyns germ protection spray is a non alcohol, non toxic, non burning, alcohol free spray that can not only be sprayed on cuts and open areas but anywhere on the body, including in the eyes, ears, and nose. It is FDA approved for effectiveness and safety. Each 6 oz spray bottle is equal to 60 sprays, and is only $9.99. It is the size of a pen and can fit in your purse, pocket, backpack, or even a makeup case. It is convenient and easy to use. After exposure occurs, remove the cap, spray the affected area until saturated, and let air dry. Yes, I did actually try mine, twice. As a lot of my readers know we have a new rabbit. The rabbit scratched my by accident, and left marks. I didn't want to get an infection from his dirty feet, so I sprayed the area with my Myclyns germ spray. Not only did it not get infected but it seemed to actually heal faster than just washing it with soap and water. Also, I took it to the Aquarium last week when we went. Lots of potential germ exposures there. My six year old followed a child with a runny nose up to touch the star fish. The child had wiped his nasal waste from his hands to the case several times. After she got her turn I immediately sprayed her hands with the Myclyns germ spray. No sickness followed in the days to come, and I was a happy mom.

If you would like to read more info about the Myclyns germ spray, to make a purchase, or to see some of their other awesome products just visit the Myclyns website.













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2 comments:

Anne said...

That sounds like something I would like to have. I am a little germophobic.

Melissa said...

Anne I think it is a wonderful invention.

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