Swype Shield has announced an update to its nasal hygiene product, which aims to help people to protect themselves from airborne germs that can cause illnesses.
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Are you looking for ways to protect against respiratory illnesses?
Would you like a portable product that you can apply to your nose
to reduce your chance of infection?
Swype Shield has launched its
updated nasal hygiene product if you
looking for a means of protecting
yourself and your loved ones from
germs that cause respiratory
In the current climate, you may be more conscious of the need to protect
your health against the potential infections caused by germs that you can
contract through your nasal passageways.
With their newly updated product,
Swype Shield gives you the ability to
protect yourself and your families
throughout the day with the benefit of a
The Swype Shield consists of a gel that you apply to the inside of
your nose with a washed hand or a q-tip and to keep the skin at
the entrance of your nasal passageway clean.
By applying the Swype Shield
gel, you benefit from 24/7
protection from airborne germs
that can cause sickness.
The Swype Shield is both odorless and acts as a moisturizer,
making it safe to use for all ages.
As an environmentally conscious company,
Swype Shield also used naturally derived
ingredients in their gel to ensure the product
is both paraben and zinc free, as well as
using BPA-free materials for their
Swype Shield was developed by Dr. Kent New, a physician with a
Ph.D. in virology when looking for a means of helping protect his
own family’s health from respiratory illnesses.
Dr. Kent New’s knowledge and
experience allowed him the benefit of
understanding the importance of nasal
hygiene in reducing the risk of sickness,
which resulted in his creation of the
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Swype Shield is a cosmetic product that is intended to clean and moisturize the skin at the
entrance to and just inside the nose. Cosmetic products do not require approval by the FDA.
Swype Shield has been tested