Nasaleze Travel - Protect Yourself Against Airbone Infections

March 10, 2020

Ever since Covid-19 outbreak, face masks and hand sanitizers have become hot items. When browsing through the internet, I came across an interesting product from British Isles called Nasaleze Travel. This product apparently recorded an increase of 688% in sales on Amazon UK since Covid-19 outbreak. This product is now available at selected Caring Pharmacy outlets in Malaysia.

I decided to give this product a try and share my experience using it. Due to the increasing number of Covid-19 plus I have a bad sinus, so I plan to take the first move to protect myself. Surprisingly this nasal spray is easy to use. And it is easy to bring with you whenever you travel to crowded place or on flight. Here is how to use Nasaleze Travel:-

Step 1 – Blow your nose. This will clear your nasal passages and clear the way for the Nasaleze Travel.

Step 2 – Remove cap and shake the bottle side to side.

Step 3 – Do a test spray to gauge the pressure required for an ideal dose, which is a 10 to 15cm plume of powder.

Step 4 – Place the nozzle of the bottle just inside the nose and apply 1 to 2 sprays into each nostril. Inhale gently while squeezing but do not inhale deeply.





On the first usage, I have a light sneezing but it will go away in a minute. Some of the users might have a tingling sensation in the nose. It is a common and no rebound effect. But I like the methol feeling as it contains peppermint. Sharing with you the natural ingredients for Nasaleze Travel:-

Nasaleze Travel is a natural nasal powder spray containing a blend of cellulose powder, peppermint and odour controlled European wild garlic that delivers fast, continuous protection from airborne germs that are inhaled via the nose. 

Cellulose Powder- Derived from yellow pine trees. Reacts with moisture in the nose to form an invisible, protective gel-like barrier to trap and absorb airborne pathogens.

Peppermint- Peppermint contains the most menthol, a phytochemical that has antibacterial and antiviral effects.

European Wild Garlic- The garlic used in Nasaleze Cold is odour controlled European wild garlic. This wild garlic extract contains copious amounts of ajoene, as our European wild garlic is odour controlled there is little taste to it.


What is Nasaleze Travel? Nasaleze Travel is a unique blend of powerful natural anti-viral ingredients that starts to work in less than 2 minutes, to protect against airborne germs and viruses. It is clinically proven to defend against cold and flu and should be used when in high-risk virus environment or taken at the first signs of a cold to stop it from developing into a full infection.

An in vitro study showed that Nasaleze Travel was capable of significantly reducing the production of H5N1 Avian Flu virus (Bird Flu).




So how does it actually work? Nasaleze Travel functions like an invisible mask for the nose. The nasal powder spray turns into a gel in the nose, creating a barrier that shields and protects from airborne germs and viruses. 

It contains natural ingredients; cellulose powder (derived from yellow pine trees) reacts with moisture in the nose to form an invisible protective gel-like barrier to trap and absorb airborne pathogens, peppermint (contains the most menthol, a phytochemical that has antibacterial and antiviral effects) and European Wild Garlic (odor controlled European wild garlic contains copious amounts of ajoene with excellent anti-viral properties).

Who should use it? If you’re exposed to high-risk virus environments (e.g. crowded places like offices and schools, going for Haj/Umrah, taking a long-haul flight) or travel using public transport, Nasaleze Travel is the best companion. It is safe for children from 3yo, elderly, pregnant or even breastfeeding women. Nasaleze Travel has no known side effects and does not cause drowsiness.







One small bottle of Nasaleze Travel is easy and convenient to carry along and can last for 30 days (at least 200 sprays). Get yours today from Caring Pharmacy outlets. You can read more about it at Nasaleze Travel Protection Malaysia FB page.

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