Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. What is NasalGuard Airborne Particle Blocker?

NasalGuard Airborne Particle Blocker is a clear gel, applied outside the nose, that uses electrostatic technology to reduce the inhalation of airborne particles before entering your nasal passages.

2. Why should I use NasalGuard?

NasalGuard helps keep you from inhaling common airborne contaminants that can cause illness or irritation. These contaminants can be hiding during your commute to work, in waiting rooms where you could find virus-sized particles (both rhinovirus and influenza), and crowded places where you frequent. Irritants also consist of allergens (pet dander, dust mites, mold, and pollen) which surround you both indoors and outdoors.

3. How do I use NasalGuard?

4. How long does NasalGuard last?

NasalGuard works immediately upon application and lasts up to six hours. For best results, use just before exposure to airborne contaminants. Reapply NasalGuard if your nose or face becomes wet.

5. Is NasalGuard safe ?

Because NasalGuard is completely drug-free and non-toxic, it is safe for everyone to use. There are no known side effects or drug interactions associated with NasalGuard. Safety and efficacy tests have been conducted for NasalGuard technology confirming that it is both safe and effective.

6. Is NasalGuard visible on your skin?

No, NasalGuard is a quick-drying invisible gel applied to the skin around the nostrils. It can be used under or over your usual moisturizers or makeup.

7. What ingredients are in NasalGuard Airborne Particle Blocker?

NasalGuard contains the following ingredients:

  • Glycerin (humectant)
  • Hydroxyethyl cellulose (plant-derived gelling agent)
  • Deionized water USP (highly purified water)
  • Dimethicone (lubricant & skin protectant)
  • Also contains non-toxic, cosmetic grade preservatives, emulsifiers and fragrances

8. Is NasalGuard made in the U.S.?

Yes. NasalGuard is manufactured and distributed in New Jersey by NasalGuard LLC.