What is a pocket Virus Blocker?
Disguised as a regular pen, the pocket pen-shaped virus blocker ensures inconspicuousness when carried in your shirt pocket, eliminating any questions or concerns from others. The active ingredient, sodium chlorite, is a powerful disinfectant known for its effectiveness against a wide range of viruses, bacteria, and pollen. Its compact size and lightweight design make it incredibly convenient to carry around, allowing you to have protection against pathogens wherever you go. By creating a sterilized zone around you, this virus blocker reduces the risk of exposure to infectious agents, safeguarding your health in crowded places like public transportation, offices, or schools. Unlike traditional sanitizers or wipes, the blocker offers continuous protection, as long as the active ingredient remains present, eliminating the need for frequent reapplication. The disinfectant properties of sodium chlorite make the pen-shaped virus blocker suitable for individuals with allergies or sensitivities, as it helps neutralize allergens like pollen, reducing the occurrence of allergic reactions. By using a pen-shaped virus blocker, you take an active role in protecting yourself and those around you, contributing to a healthier environment by minimizing the spread of infectious diseases. The pocket pen-shaped design is ideal for professionals working in healthcare, hospitality, or customer-facing roles, offering discreet protection.
Active principles: sodium chlorite
Amount: 1 case, 2 refills
Maker: Taiko Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., Osaka, Japan
Indications: protecting from viruses, bacteria and pollen
How to use
Take the refill out of the plastic wrap, slightly bend until it clicks. Shake vertically 3-4 times and put the refill into the case. Place the case into your pocket or attach to your badge as a usual writing pen.
Each refill lasts for 2-3 weeks. Change it after this period ends.
If the content of the stick has accidentally got into your eyes, wash them with a large amount of water. If you feel irritation or any other unpleasant symptoms, consult with the doctor immediately.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patient needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.