THOCLOR GF2 LABS Skin Rejuvination
GF2 stimulates a reversal of environmental damage on the skin, giving you true rejuvenation with continuous use. Due to its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory effect, GF2 has also been found to be beneficial in the treatment of acne, rosacea and cold sores. The anti-bacterial, antiviral and anti-fungal properties of GF2 by far exceed any known disinfectants and is completely safe to use.
What is the coronavirus?
The coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) is part of a family of viruses called “envelope viruses”. Hepatitis, herpes and orthopox are also envelope viruses.
Envelope viruses have an outer wrapping that forms when the virus infects a healthy cell in a process called “budding off”. The newly formed virus particle becomes coated in an envelope made from a small piece of the host/healthy cell’s membrane. This outer layer of molecules looks like a “crown” which gives the coronavirus its name.
The active ingredient in GF2 is called Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) and is a naturally produced molecule also known as our immune
molecule. In fact, this is the basis for our body’s immune system, and it is formed in the white blood cells. It has many health benefits and contributes to the rejuvenation of the skin but also has very powerful disinfection properties. HOCl has been shown to be 80 – 100 times more effective against viruses than bleach chlorine1 and it is completely natural and safe.
The power of Hypochlorous acid
By far the safest and most effective products are those that contain Hypochlorous acid (HOCl). The acid targets the proteins in the virus, which weakens its power to enter healthy cells. Because Hypochlorous acid is an electrically uncharged molecule it can get inside the virus and quickly kill it without damaging healthy cells. Hypochlorous acid has also been proven to reverse inflammation
and “switch off” the genes responsible for inflammation, ageing and disease.
Used upto 4 times a day can help prevent Coronavirus.
The anti-inflammatory action is also very effective for relieving sunburn.