Halo comes in a 1 fl oz (30ml) travel size that retails for $12.99. Each bottle provides approximately 35 doses. There are both adult and child-specific lines and different flavors available. There’s berry and citrus for adults and kids 12+ and grape for children ages 2+.
It’s easy enough to use and the flavors are surprisingly nice. I have been around sick people a lot lately. The SO was coughing and hacking all over the place before I left for my conference. I used it once a day and never got sick. So, let’s just say I’m liking the product. A word of precaution though, you don’t want to use it for more than 7 days straight or more than 3 times a day. It’s a good product but use when necessary.
Overall, the product seems to work. I didn’t get sick after all, even with the conference draining me and being around sick contacts. The flavors are nice so it’s actually a pleasant way to prevent getting cough, colds, and the flu for adults and kids alike.
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