Saturday, December 19, 2009

MyClyns Germ Protection Spray Review and Giveaway


My Kids. My Family. My Health…MyClyns We’re all on high alert on preventing ourselves and our family from getting the flu this season and the thought of being in tight quarters makes most cringe. That’s why I’m so excited to tell you about MyClyns, a new alcohol-free, germ protection spray that you can immediately use on your face when exposed to harmful pathogens. The non-toxic, non-burning spray contains a fast-acting solution that has shown to reduce more than 60 potentially dangerous germs, including MRSA, staph and E-coli*.  

Why It’s Unique: MyClyns is the only germ defense for use in the eyes, nose and mouth – offering protection where you need it most – common entry points for most germs. It is a compact, non-aerosol pump spray shaped like a pen and easy to slip into a pocket, baby bag, purse or carry-on (meets airline restrictions) for everyday use and when traveling.  MyClyns is safe to spray directly onto the face and even onto open cuts and abrasions. It’s safe for people of all ages, even those who wear contact lenses. While many other germ sanitizers are good for prevention, MyClyns is designed to be used after the unexpected incident occurs –so if a person sitting in front of you or next to you coughs or sneezes, simply take out your MyClyns and spray 2-3 mists on your face and you’re good to go. Each vial has approximately 60 mists and can be thrown out when it’s empty.
MyClyns is trusted and used by hospitals and first responders (EMS, police, firemen, etc.) – whose contact with germs is often extreme – and is now being made available to consumers to be the perfect complement to hand sanitizers as part of a complete germ-fighting routine. MyClyns, is sold at CVS stores nationwide along with other chain stores for suggested retail price ranging from  $7.99- $9.99.

To help moms and family caregivers keep their families healthy, MyClyns recently launched a newly designed Web site www.mygermspray.com where you can get a lot of tips and information about staying healthy this cold & flu season. The Web site even has a section devoted to germs called the Germ University.  By the time you “graduate,” you'll be armed with all the information you need to protect you and your family from harmful germs, especially during cold and flu season.

Plus, check out this fun video (I’m sure you can relate to how this mom feels!). The MyClyns Mom (and her trusty spray sidekick) will stop at nothing to help protect her family. Even with the help of the family dog, germs don’t stand a chance 

I love this video. My family got to try the MyClyns. Soon as i opened it I sprayed it right in my face just like the mom in the video. I wanted to try it on me first. No burning or stinging. I put the MyClyns in my purse it fit perfectly I am  going to use this spray a lot. 

Perfect stocking stuffer or gift for a teacher, bus driver, school nurse, librarian, EMT, Police Officer, Soldier, etc… Imagine how many times the poor kindergarten teacher or librarian has been coughed and sneezed on. The next time she/he could just grab her MyClyns pen and spray 2-3 mists on his/her face and be good to go. You can also keep up to date on the latest from MyClyns, including giveaway offers by fanning them on Facebook
Buy It ~ MyClyns Germ Spray is available at CVS stores and other major retailers nationwide

Win It ~ MyClyns Germ spray is letting one  lucky Helping Mommys Win reader a chance to win the new MyClyns.
To Enter ~Visit the MyClyns site and tell me  something you learned.  
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Ends 1/3 US only
Giveawaydisclosure: I was given for free this product for the  purpose of reviewing it. I did not receive monetary compensation and all thoughts and opinions are mine. Quotes were taken directly from the website

27 comments:

~ April ~ EnchantedDandelions said...

It's too much info to post here, but I loved this article on Germ Hot Spots, where it lists places in your home where germs are commonly found: http://www.mygermspray.com/hot-spots-in-the-home

~ April ~ EnchantedDandelions said...

Following your blog!
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~ April ~ EnchantedDandelions said...

Following you on Twitter (@vamountainmomma)

~ April ~ EnchantedDandelions said...

tweeted:
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Jessica said...

I learned...
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), there are four major types of germs - bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa - and all of them can make you sick. They invade every living organism including animals, plants, and people.

Amy said...

I learned that the Welcome mat is a germ hotspot (soil from shoes can carry germs inside). amythomas at gmail dot com

Amy said...

Following your blog

Amy said...

Following you on twitter @atrane

Katy~The Country Blossom said...

Oh I learned so much about all the different germ hot spots in my home! (eek!)I need to remember to keep door handles and light switches and the phone all lysol'd up! ;)

thecountryblossom AT hotmail DOT com

Katy~The Country Blossom said...

I am a follower of your blog! :)

Katy~The Country Blossom said...

I follow you on twitter! :)

Katy~The Country Blossom said...

I retweeted your tweet about this giveaway!!! :)

kk said...

I learned that the solution in MyClyns reduces by 99.99% more than 60 pathogens including MRSA and E. coli. Thanks!

Heather! said...

Wow...there are FOUR types of germs: bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoa! MyClyns wipes 'em all out!
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Heather! said...

I follow on Google Connect.
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Heather! said...

I follow you on Twitter as hybroanglid.
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Rashelle R said...

washing hands regularly is the best way to fight germs.
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Rashelle R said...

i follow your blog
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Ginny said...

I read about hot spots in the house, like the garbage disposal. Not sure if it was there or not on the site, but purses are supposed to be super filthy!

Ginny said...

Following

Ginny said...

following on twitter ~ momof2dancers

Linda K said...

I learned that it is sold at CVS. My DIL would love to have this on hand. She works in retail and keeps coming home ill.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Linda K said...

I learned that it is sold at CVS. My DIL would love to have this on hand. She works in retail and keeps coming home ill.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Linda K said...

I learned that it is sold at CVS. My DIL would love to have this on hand. She works in retail and keeps coming home ill.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

SafeMom said...

The common term “staph infection” refers to an illness caused by a type of bacteria called Staphylococcus aureus. Staph is often carried on the skin or in the nose of healthy people
I didn't know it was carried on the skin or nose of HEALTHY PEOPLE!! So that spray would come in handy after talking with anyone that comes into your personal space!

minishoes1 said...

I learned germs can hide on coat racks at school and vending machines buttons can have alot of germs too. thanks! jacquecurl1@gmail.com

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