Pocket virus blocker pen-shaped
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General information on pocket Virus Blocker from Japan.
Medical effect: blocks viruses, bacteria and pollen.
Package details: one pack and one refiller for 3 weeks each.
Active components: Chlorine ions.
Precautions and Contraindication: keep out of reach of children.
What is special about Pen-Shaped virus blocker from Japan?
Japanese virus blockers are gaining popularity all over the world. The ability to protect yourself and your dear ones from the potential threat of viruses and bacteria attracts smart and cautious people. But using standard forms does not always seems easy.
How should one use virus blocks in the car and public transport? There you can’t put a stationary virus-block, but in the crowd, you will not put a large badge on your neck too. In addition, not at all clothing pockets allow to put inside a fairly large standard virus-blocker, and not everyone wants to answer the questions of curious collegues: "Oh, what do you have on the neck?"
We are proud to represent an irreplaceable thing for a modern person: a pocket virus blocker in the form of a pen. It is easy to put in a pocket or to fix on a badge, it does not attract attention to itself and does not cause unnecessary inquiries.
How to use Pen-shaped Virus Blocker from Japan.
The use of a pocket virus blocker in the form of a pen is very simple.
- Open a packet with a stick-filler;
- Bend the wand with no strong effort until a click. A click means that the ingredients are mixed together and the filler is ready for use;
- Put the filler into the tube in the form of a pen.
- Done! You can use a pocket virus-block anywhere and anytime.
One filler is enough for a period of about two weeks. Keep out of the reach of children. If the filler gets into the eyes or on the skin, wash it off with plenty of water, if necessary, consult a doctor. We are here to help. Please feel free to ask any question.
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