Send Colds Packing with Flo Travel!
Flo Travel is a gentle, moisturising nasal spray containing Carrageenan (1.6mg/mL of red seaweed extract) in an isotonic and preservative-free saline solution. It helps relieve nasal dryness and wash away germs. It has also been shown to temporarily relieve and reduce the duration of cold symptoms1.
Maintaining well hydrated nasal tissues whilst travelling and on the go may help:
- Support your immunity against common cold viruses and bacteria,
- Prevent your nose from becoming dry or crusty as a result of air conditioning.
If the mucus layer that covers nasal tissues is kept moist, then viruses, bacteria and other irritants are trapped and carried to the back of the throat, swallowed and then destroyed by the stomach’s acids. This is a normal and natural process.
When travelling by plane or in air-conditioned environments, we are exposed to lower humidity and temperatures. This may affect nasal function. Cooler temperatures slow down mucus transportation in the nose and low humidity can dry it out. However, planes are fitted with very efficient air filtration systems, which can extract many common viruses2.
Exposure to viruses is more likely when passengers exit the plane and enter places where the air filtration systems are less effective e.g. airports, on public transport, in hotels or offices3.
Flo Travel Nasal spray contains two key ingredients to help keep the nose happy, healthy and hydrated:
- Clinically tested Carrageenan (red seaweed extract) – binds to the nasal tissues and retains moisture.
- Isotonic preservative-free saline – washes away germs and other airborne irritants.
Using Flo Travel is a positive step towards supporting your nasal health especially when flying, on public transport or in air-conditioned environments like offices or shopping centres.
If you are prone to colds or have already caught a cold, then try Flo Travel Nasal Spray to relieve and shorten the duration of cold symptoms.
For more information, please watch the Flo Travel video above. Use as directed. Always read the label. Consult your healthcare practitioner if symptoms persist.