All of the children are back at school and as the weather changes from fairly hot to brisk mornings and cooler days now is the time children seem to get a cold. School is important to children whether they be at primary school or high school, having a few days off for a bad cold could put them behind.
We were asked to join in with the NasalGuard Cold & Flu Block Back To School Challenge and were given a box of NasalGuard Cold& Flu Block to use for the challenge.
What we were instructed to do was apply the NasalGuard for around a week or two prior to going back to school and continue with it for a further couple of weeks.
If you have not heard of NasalGuard Cold & Flu Block it is a topical gel which helps reduce the likelihood of getting sick from cold and flu viruses. It forms an invisible barrier and traps and blocks airborne viruses. It has been clinically proven to be safe and effective, it’s drug free and non-drowsy and is suitable for children, pregnant women and nursing women..
The tube is just 3g but contains up to 150 applications.
It is easy and quick to apply just squeezing one or two drops of it onto your finger rub between forefinger and thumb and then rub a thin layer around the nostrils and above the lip. Apply daily.
I did this to my youngest daughter every day, my eldest daughter was unfortunately a typical teenager and never in so she did not take part in the challenge.
During the challenge she showed no signs of getting a cold and even now after we have stopped the challenge she still hasn’t fallen ill with a cold or flu.
I have also been using this to keep colds and flu at bay while I am awaiting an operation as I do not want it cancelled and so far so good for me too.
NasalGuard Cold & Flu Block costs around £11.99.
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