Ok, so our mouths have lips to keep out the bombardment of germs in the air. But what about our mouth’s friend to the north…..the NOSE? It sits there, not only so rudely exposed to the smells of the mouth, but without protection of lips to close off those NASTIES floating around out there.
That’s where Nozin comes in. The NOZIN® Nasal Sanitizer® product is a natural, long-acting antiseptic specially formulated to improve hygiene at your nose. Backed by independent scientific research, Nozin has been shown to kill 99.99% of germs. That’s its main job. However, because it is an All Natural product with ingredients like jojoba, orange oil, and coconut oil, it also smells great and moisturizes.
You can buy the Nasal Sanitizer in two varieties: the 8ml bottle, or the convenient prefilled tubes. I tried the Advanced POPswab prefilled ampules. They were so easy to use. First, you just flip the tube containing the liquid into the cardboard sleeve; give it a little pinch, and POP! the good stuff goes to the swab. You may not be able to tell that the ingredients are creating a barrier to fight off germs, but it is. What you can tell is that there is a great smell in your nose and it feels good too. Because it does smell so delicious, I found myself breathing deeper, which in turn, made me more relaxed. You could say that I got the side benefit of aroma therapy!
Here’s another thing I love about Nozin: its website. As a picky consumer-in-training, I have been researching products before I use them. The site gives you plenty of information, including the evidence and reviews and testimonials from others. You can also buy Nozin products right from their site or choose to go to one of many national retailers.
Smack dab in the middle of things are our noses. It just sits there exposed. No lids to close over it, no lips to seal it. Why not give it a little love from Nozin? Instead of being sealed with a kiss (or kisses) why not just seal it with a swab? A swab from Nozin. Your body will love it.
*I was provided product to review, and I was under no obligation to review if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review in return for the free product.*