Q. What is Halodine?
Halodine is a family of sanitizers specifically designed for use in the nose and mouth. It kills SARS-CoV-2 (the virus causing COVID-19) in less than 15 seconds. Halodine is currently available as Halodine Nasal Antiseptic, Halodine Nasal Antiseptic Swabstick, and Halodine Oral Rinse.
Q. How do I use Halodine?
Halodine Nasal Antiseptic: Open one dose, tilt head back, and inhale into one nostril. Open a new dose and repeat with the other nostril. A slight tingle in the back of the throat is common.
Halodine Nasal Antiseptic Swabstick: Open the swabstick and apply in a circular motion to the inside of the nostril for about 15 seconds. Repeat in the other nostril with a new swabstick.
Halodine Oral Rinse: Pour into a cup and add 3 equal parts of water. Gargle for about 15 seconds and spit out. Avoid eating, drinking, or rinsing mouth for at least 10 minutes after Halodine Oral Rinse.
Q. Who should use Halodine?
Halodine is for anyone who could be exposed to someone with an infection like COVID-19. It is especially recommended for those in close-contact activities like schools, hotels, restaurants, sports, and airlines, where social distancing is difficult to maintain, as well as for family members and friends of those most at risk.
Q. How often should I use Halodine?
Halodine can be used every 3-4 hours for maximum protection.
Q. What can I expect when I use Halodine?
When using Halodine in the nose or mouth, you may notice a mild smell or taste resembling crushed seashells or salt water.
Q. Is Halodine safe?
Halodine was specifically designed to be safe for use in the nose and mouth.
Q. Who developed Halodine?
Halodine was developed by a team of doctors dedicated to the prevention of spread of COVID-19, the flu, the common cold and other contagious diseases.
Q. Where is Halodine made?
Halodine is manufactured in the United States in compliance with US regulatory and quality standards and it is registered with the FDA.