Product Review: New Cold-EEZE Spray

I have a love-hate relationship with this time of the year. I love that the leaves are changing and that the weather is cool, but not freezing. I love putting away my summer clothes and shoes and switching over to fall and winter clothes and boots. But, what I hate is—I get sick a lot.

So when Cold-EEZE approached me to review their new product, Cold-EEZE Oral Spray, I was excited. Maybe I would stay healthy this season?

My battle with sickness is a long one, once I get a cold. I can’t seem to shake it off. I try everything and no matter what happens, it lasts forever. As for the cough, that stays with me until the spring!

Last week, everyone on my staff started to complain about getting a cold. Then I went home and my family was telling me that they felt as if they were getting sick. Oh no, I thought, here we go again.

I reached down to start the Cold-EEZE treatment and took two sprays in my mouth. I sprayed one side of the inside of my cheek and then the other. The instructions told me to keep it in my mouth for 15 seconds. I counted to seven. At this point I needed to swallow but I continued counting, eight through 15. I swallowed. I tasted the cherry flavor along with the distinct taste of zinc, which is also in the Cold-EEZE lozenges.

Cold-EEZE claims that by using this product, your cold will not last long. Colds are supposed to last at least 7 – 10 days. Cold-EEZE claims to cut that time down. They also claim that if you use the spray at the start of feeling sick, you can prevent the cold from coming on.

The .76 fluid oz. bottle, which contains Zincum Gluconicum 2x, has 90 sprays or 45 doses. Cold-EEZE is a homeopathic regimen that really works to shorten and even prevent colds.

I’ve been using the Cold-EEZE spray for almost two weeks now and I’ve been avoiding getting sick. Hopefully, I can get through the winter months without getting sick but if I do, I’ll buy Cold-EEZE lozenges.

Finally a product to help prevent a cold that actually works…at least so far.

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One Comment

  1. Lisa

    Going to make my husband take this so he stops getting sick!

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