FAQ

Despite the fact that Taffix blocks airborne viruses, we still recommend wearing a mask, especially in crowded and high-risk locations, as well as observing a safe and sensible distance.

We are currently only shipping to the EU, but we expect to ship worldwide by the end of the year. Please make sure to re-visit our website to stay updated.

No, at no time did we test Taffix on animals.

Taffix is not considered a medicine and as such it doesn’t require a prescription. It is defined as a medical device.

If you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms, we strongly recommend contacting your physician.

Do not use this product if you are sensitive to Cellulose, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Benzalkonium Chloride or Menthol.

Consult a physician before using Taffix® in children below age 12 or pregnant or breast-feeding women.

You may use Taffix up to 3 times a day. As it provides 5 hour protection with every use, that will have you pretty much covered throughout the day.

Taffix is aimed for intermittent use: Use it when you are in crowded areas. There is no need to use it at home or where you are not exposed to other people who might infect you.

Your nose is the primary route of infection for all airborne viruses. It has a pH of 6.5 where viruses thrive. By reducing the nose’s pH to 3.5, we are blocking the virus’ main entrance.

We suggest consulting with a physician before using Taffix for children aged below 12 or if you are pregnant or currently breast-feeding.

There are no known side effects, but during first use, you may experience a tingling or burning sensation in the nose or light sneezing. This is a transient sensation that will go away as you become used to using Taffix.

In rare cases you may also feel some form of irritation, especially if your nasal membranes are already inflamed or irritated. This will subside quickly. Some individuals can feel a slight sensation or blocked nose, this is normal and is the feel of the barrier created by Taffix. If you experience continuous discomfort you can wash your nose with warm water until relief.

If you experience serious discomfort after application of Taffix you should consult your physician.

There are rare instances where you may experience such a symptom, but even if this happens, it is only for a few minutes.

No, you can continue to breathe normally even after using Taffix.

Yes, if you blow your nose, we recommend re-applying to make sure you remain protected.