Your germ-defense checklist this Cold & Flu season!
All of us are feeling the winter chill but that doesn’t mean that colds and flu have to spoil your fun! Cold weather is not the cause of colds and flu, germs are, which is why it’s necessary to protect you and your family against germs to keep them healthy.
We all associate this time of year with colds, coughs, sniffles and flu, but it is possible to stay healthy by stepping up your hygiene game to protect yourself and your family against germs. How? By using products that help to minimise exposure to germs.
Launched over 80 years ago, Dettol has been a leader in germ protection and safeguards the health of families around the world through better hygiene. In fact, using Dettol products in your home will protect your family against 99,9 % of cold and flu germs during the Cold & Flu season.
Here’s your germ-defense checklist:
- Protect against germs in general by using a Dettol SoapBar in the bathroom.
- Clean areas where bacteria is likely to breed, such as your cellphone, computer mouse and keyboard, and desk with Dettol Hygiene Personal Care Wipes. The handy packet makes it easy to always have one on hand in the car or office – anytime, anywhere.
- Keep a bottle of Dettol Liquid Hand Wash next to the bathroom sink to remind everyone to wash their hands after visiting the toilet. Teach your children to wash their hands after playing outside, playing with your pets and before eating too.
- Not always near a bathroom or sink? No worries! You can protect against germs on the go with Dettol Instant Hand Sanitiser or Wipes. The small bottle packs a powerful punch and fits comfortably inside a handbag, laptop bag, nappy bag, and cubbyhole.
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This post is sponsored by Dettol.