What’s Your ‘Halo’ Moment? {Halo Oral Antiseptic Spray #REVIEW &#GIVEAWAY}

Raise your hand if you’ve had this happen to you! You’re on an elevator, at the movies, in the gym, in line checking out at the grocery store with your kids…..and the person behind you has a hacking cough or lets out a big sneeze. You think: there is absolutely nothing I can do to avoid breathing in those germs. Everyone has moments like this You think, “Oh great! I’m going to get sick now!” Well, there is now a way to help prevent that scenario! Enter new, clinically-provenHaloTM Oral Antiseptic Spray. I was recently given the chance to review this new antiseptic spray that helps keep you free from the germs you breath.

While you can’t live your life in a bubble to stay germ free, you can protect yourself and your family from airborne germs with new HaloTM, the first ever patent-pending oral antiseptic spray that is clinically proven to kill airborne germs you breathe in.  Halo is scientifically proven to kill 99.9 percent of infectious germs, including a broad spectrum of bacteria and viruses, such as rhino virus (the virus that causes the common cold), influenza and H1N1.With just three easy sprays into the mouth (it comes in several flavors), Halo will protect you from the Air You Share for up to six hours so you can breathe easy and avoid the worry of those “Halo Moments.”

As cold and flu season is right around the corner, I was excited to try this new spray. I got the citrus flavor for me and the grape flavor for peanut. While I can’t say the flavor was like drinking a glass of orange juice, it was definitely not bad! (Come on! This is antiseptic we’re talking about! ) The grape flavor is a bit strong, but not so much that I wasn’t able to get peanut to take it. Definite bonus! I love that it comes in a convenient 1 oz size that fits great in a purse or diaper bag/peanut’s backpack, and would also be great to travel with, especially on airplanes since it fits in the TSA’s rules!

Here are some other interesting facts about Halo and germs:

75% of day cares, 33% of medical offices and 67% of airplanes have enough airborne viruses to infect someone in one hour

· On an average day, you take about 17,280 breaths – this wouldn’t be an issue if we didn’t spend 90% of our time indoors (in other words, there are over 17,000 opportunities a day to breathe in other people’s airborne germs)
· HaloTM Oral Antiseptic Spray is an FDA-mono-graphed oral antiseptic
·  The results from independent scientific studies and clinical trials on Halo’s efficacy have been accepted for presentation at and publication by theInfectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) and theInterscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC), two of the leading medical societies in the United States
·  University Hospitals Case Medical CenterDepartment of Pathology (Cleveland, OH) tested Halo against 11 strains of Whooping Cough (Bordetella pertussis), and Halo completely killed all 11 strains
·  Adults have the option of Halo in berry and citrus flavors
·  Halo is alcohol, dye and sugar-free

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.  !

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