Want stronger protection for your family against the coronavirus? Thoclor Labs GF2 Skin Rejuvenation Miracle Mist is the powerful all-natural, chemical-free weapon against germs. In a recent independent study, GF2 was shown to completely eliminate the human coronavirus in under 2 minutes.
Nature’s powerful natural germ killer, Hypochlorous acid (HOCl), is now available in a convenient handbag-sized face mist. Up to 100 times more effective than hand sanitisers, it’s completely safe to use on your face, mouth, eyes and hands.
HOCl is the body’s own immune molecule formed in the white blood cells. It has been used in the medical field for over a century and boasts many health and disinfection properties. What’s more, with ongoing use, GF2 Skin Rejuvenation stops inflammageing – it reverses inflammation of the skin and 'switches off' the genes responsible for inflammation, ageing and disease.
The power of hypochlorous acid
By far the safest and most effective products are those that contain Hypochlorous acid (HOCl). The acid targets the proteins in the virus, which weakens its power to enter healthy cells. Because Hypochlorous acid is an electrically uncharged molecule it can get inside the virus and quickly kill it without damaging healthy cells. Hypochlorous acid has also been proven to reverse inflammation and “switch off” the genes responsible for inflammation, ageing and disease.
Is HOCl safe?
HOCl holds the highest US-FDA safety classification possible. Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) classification is only given to a product if it is safe to inhale, ingest and apply to the skin. GF2 is also safe to use during pregnancy and in babies. In fact, HOCl is considered totally safe for human use. One of the primary reasons why HOCl is not used to completely replace all toxic salts and other forms of chlorine is because it is a gas and not a liquid and is very difficult to make outside of the human body.
Not all HOCI is the same
Not all methods of manufacturing Hypochlorous acid result in medical-grade solutions. It is important to use a product that contains HOCI that has not been manufactured using salt (sodium chloride/Na). Solutions with salt in them also contain other toxic chemicals which can harm the healthy skin layer (microbiome) and cause reactions on the skin.
Why choose a Thoclor product?
Thoclor Labs owns the proprietary information to manufacture pure HOCl immune solution (without the other toxic forms of chlorine or salt present in the solution) outside of the human body. Thoclor makes HOCI that is formulated to the correct pH to achieve maximum killing power without any negative impact on the skin, eyes or mouth. It is presented in a purified water solution which makes it very easy to use.
Thoclor Labs GF2 Skin Rejuvenation
The GF2 Skin Rejuvenation formulation contains Hypochlorous acid aligned to the pH of the skin. In addition to providing protection against the Coronavirus, with ongoing use, the GF2 Skin Rejuvenation formulation works to reverse environmental damage from UV exposure, pollution, toxins in many skincare products and starts to normalise skin-cell functioning.
How to use GF2 to protect yourself & your family
For protection against infection due to germs such as harmful bacteria and viruses, spray GF2 frequently onto the hands and face (keep the eyes and mouth open) especially when in public or whilst travelling.
For best results:
- First clean the skin, removing any creams or makeup.
- Spray the skin with GF2. Let it dry naturally without rubbing or touching the treated area.
The active ingredient is completely natural and safe. It can be used:
- in the mouth
- on the skin
- in the eyes
- by pregnant and breastfeeding mothers
- on babies and children
Safety of HOCl when compared to other forms of chlorine
HOCl is classified as a Food Additive - USA FSIS (Food Safety Inspection Service). The HOCl molecule has been extensively researched and multiple peer-reviewed medical publications refer to its efficacy and safety when used outside of the human body.
About the study
In a recent independent study by the Analytical Lab Group in the USA, the Thoclor Labs GF2 was shown to completely eliminate the human coronavirus in under two minutes. More importantly, the elimination of the virus was achieved with no negative or damaging impact on healthy human tissue, making it completely safe to use on the face, in the eyes, the nose and the mouth by the whole family. For more information on the study, contact us.
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