Wednesday, November 17, 2010

MyClyns Product Review

I was excited to have the opportunity to review MyClyns Personal Germ Protection Spray. I'm not a germaphobe, but I like to keep hand sanitizer in my bag or purse for those "just-in-case" moments. I love the idea of MyClyns because it's a spray, rather than a gel, and won't spill out in my bag. Each spray contains enough solution for 60 sprays, and is affordable at $9.99. I also love that MyClyns is meant to be used AFTER you come in contact with germs!

When an exposure has occurred, response time is critical to lower your chance of becoming infected. In cases of exposure, you need a product that works effectively and is safe to use anywhere.

With MyClyns Personal Spray a whole new standard of care is available to protect you in the field when and where you need it. MyClyns Personal Spray is a protective spray in an easy-to-use convenient pen-like device that allows you to protect yourself immediately after an exposure while you are still attending to your care recipient.

--MyClyns Personal Spray is a versatile, convenient and readily accessible first response non-aerosol spray providing immediate personal protection from potentially harmful pathogens.

--MyClyns Personal Spray is the only non-alcohol option you can keep in your pocket and apply directly to your face and skin when you are in the field and your post-exposure protocols are not available.

--Independent laboratory tests show that the solution in MyClyns Personal Spray demonstrates a 99.99% reduction in over 60 potentially dangerous pathogens.

--MyClyns Personal Spray contains a 510(k) medical device solution cleared by the FDA as a wound cleanser (under 21 CFR §880.5090).

To view this and their other products, you can visit them at their website at


[Product review & giveaway disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."]

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