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NanoBio Nasal Antiseptic Launch Accelerated As COVID-19 Spikes Demand For Personal Sanitizers

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“When COVID-19 hit, we really decided to accelerate plans,” says BlueWillow CEO Dave Peralta. NanoBio Protect contains OTC monograph ingredient benzalkonium chloride in a proprietary nanotechnology, alcohol-free formulation to help reduce germs on skin inside and around the nose that could cause infections.

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