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How does a skin patch work?

Science behind our patches

The patch with the active ingredients is placed on to a relatively hair free area of skin.

Your body’s natural heat activates the patch and causes it to release the active ingredients.

How intra-oral technology works

Each spray produces a plume of micro droplet which permeates the soft tissue of the inner check. Intra-oral is an effective method of delivering essential nutrition directly to the bloodstream. Therefore bypassing the digestive system where many of the essential nutrition can be lost.

Each spray delivers tiny droplets of our unique formulation

These droplets are then absorbed into the soft tissue of the mouth

Once absorbed the droplets then rapidly diffuse into the bloodstream

Fast, effective absorption – without the fuss!

What are the benefits of oral immune vitamin supplementation?

Complete nutritional support in a spray

Vitamin D3, B3, B12, C , Selenium, Zinc and Echinacea

Our unique  intra-oral spray combines all the essential  nutrients that boost your bodies natural defences for  your ultimate convenience

2 Month Supply

Convenient delivery method to suit modern lifestyles

Cutting edge research and development utilising quality ingredients

Made in the UK

Oral Spray

Our immune spray is GMO free

100% natural flavouring and preservatives

Each bottle contains 2 months supply

Fast, effective absorption – No Pills or Capsules

  • Ideal for young and elderly who have difficulty in swallowing
  • No artificial sweeteners, flavouring or colour
  • Tooth kind formulations

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UK Standard 48 - 72 Hour Delivery is £3.95 (mainland UK) UK Express 24 - 48 Hour Delivery is £5.95 (mainland UK). International Delivery is £12.95 (including Channel Islands, Republic of Ireland, Isle of Man & Europe)
Please contact us if you do not receive your order within the stated delivery times. We will endeavor to investigate and, where needed, resend your order. We will try our best to contact you via email if we are made aware of any delivery delays. We may charge a re delivery cost if your order is returned to us due to incorrect delivery information supplied by you or the package was deliverable through no fault of our own, subject to discretion.
In short, Yes. You can return an order within 30 days of receipt. All returns must be unopened and sealed within its original packaging. Once we receive your return, you’ll be refunded shortly. For more information on returns, have a look at our Returns Policy.
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What is it and how can I protect myself? March 2020 With coronavirus cases on the rise, being informed is an important part of staying safe. Here we answer some of the most common questions about COVID-19. What is coronavirus? Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that affect mammals and birds. In humans, they cause respiratory tract infections and can be mild (such as the common cold) or more serious (such as SARS and MERS). The current outbreak is a new coronavirus strain that has not been seen in humans before and has been named SARS-CoV-2. It is this new virus that is causing the illness COVID-19. What are the symptoms? Common symptoms have ranged from mild to severe and include:
  • Fever
  • Dry cough
  • Tiredness
Other reported symptoms include:
  • Shortness of breath
  • Aches and pains
  • Sore throat
  • Nasal congestion and runny nose
  • Diarrhoea
How does the COVID-19 illness spread? COVID-19 spreads primarily through droplets from the nose or mouth when an infected person exhales, coughs or sneezes. These droplets land on nearby surfaces and other people then catch COVID-19 by touching these surfaces and then touching their eyes, nose or mouth. People can also catch the virus if they breathe in the droplets from an infected person who coughs – so it is important to stay 2 metres away from a person who is sick, even if they have only mild symptoms. It can take up to 14 days to become ill once a person has caught COVID-19. The time between catching the virus and showing symptoms is known as the incubation period. Even if a person doesn't show symptoms during this time, they may still be able to pass on the virus to someone else. Can it be prevented or treated? At present there is no vaccine or specific medicine to prevent or treat COVID-19. Because it is a virus, antibiotics are ineffective. However, care can be given to relieve symptoms and possible vaccines and drug treatments are being investigated. How can I protect myself? Right now, everyone in the UK should be practising social distancing and staying at home:
  • Only go outside for food, health reasons or work (where this cannot be done from home)
  • Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people
  • Wash your hands with soap and water (or hand sanitiser if soap is not available) for at least 20 seconds when you get home
You should cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the bin. Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces in your home, wash your hands often with soap and water or an alcohol-based sanitiser and avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Those with symptoms and those in contact with someone with symptoms should self-isolate and people who are high risk (see below) should be self-isolating for 12 weeks. Read more: Social distancing and self-isolation explained Am I high risk? There is some evidence that those with underlying health conditions such as heart disease, lung disease, hypertension (high blood pressure), diabetes and asthma are more likely to develop serious complications from COVID-19. Those over 70 are also thought to be more vulnerable because their immune systems are weaker. The Government has also identified certain groups as extremely vulnerable and at highest risk of serious illness. These include:
  • Organ transplant recipients
  • People with specific cancers
  • People undergoing chemotherapy
  • People with blood cancers such as leukaemia or lymphoma
  • People having immunotherapy
  • People with severe lung conditions such as COPD, cystic fibrosis or severe asthma
  • Those taking medications that weaken their immune system
  • Pregnant women with serious heart conditions
(See or for the full list) What should I do if I think I have COVID-19? If you have symptoms of coronavirus (a high temperature and a new continuous cough), it's important that you stay at home. Do not go to your GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital, as you could infect others. Try to avoid other people in your home as much as possible. Use the NHS online 111 coronavirus service to get help and advice. Only call 111 if you can't get help online. For more information on staying well during COVID-19, visit our coronavirus advice hub. This information was correct at the time and date of publication. Always follow the Government's guidelines on self-isolation and social distancing – see for more information and the latest updates. Follow Call our Customer Service Team On 01158964003