Frequently Asked Questions

Will CofixRX prevent me from getting sick?
CofixRX will reduce the likelihood of infection by deactivating a substantial portion of germs and pathogens. CofixRX will also reduce the chances of transmitting diseases to others.

Does CofixRX replace masks, vaccination or social distancing?
CofixRX is designed to work synergistically with masks, social distancing, vaccination and other CDC recommended mitigation efforts. CofixRX provides an additional layer of protection. We do not recommend relying solely on the CofixRX Povidine Iodine nasal spray.

Who is this for?
CofixRX is especially useful for at-risk populations, essential workers and places where social distancing can be challenging such as hospitals, schools, airports, restaurants, shops, movie theaters, bowling alleys, family gatherings and others.

What happens after I use CofixRX?

After properly using CofixRX the user will have an additional layer of protection from germs and pathogens.

Is CofixRX safe?
Povidone iodine, the product’s active ingredient, has been used as an antiseptic by surgeons and other professionals for decades. Multiple medical studies have proven that Povidone iodine is regarded as safe and effective.

Where is CofixRX produced?
CofixRX is proudly produced in the USA using ingredients that are also sourced from the USA in an FDA approved facility.

How was CofixRX tested?
The Utah State University Institute of Antiviral Research has tested the CofixRX product. The independent research from Utah State University proved that CofixRX reduces viral load of Sars-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, by 99.9% in under 45 seconds. The flu and common cold virus were found to be undetectable after 45 seconds. Finally, HRV-14, the most common respiratory virus was reduced by 94.7% within 45 seconds. Additionally, there are multiple clinical prospective studies that show the efficacy of PVI (Povidone-iodine), the active ingredient found in CofixRX.

Why are the “Ask your doctor if you have…” warning conditions on the box?
The reason for such warnings is because CofixRX is not aware of individual customers’ unique medical history. Only the customer and their physician can judge whether or not the CofixRX nasal spray is appropriate for their use due to any prior medical conditions. Similar warnings are on other nasal sprays as well as other Over the Counter products.

How much Vitamin D is in one application of CofixRX?
50mcg OR 2000 IU’s.

I’ve heard there are varying qualities or types of Carrageenan. What quality Carrageenan does CofixRX use?
Carrageenan has a range from the lowest grade, often called degraded carrageenan, to food grade and finally to the highest quality available for purchase, pharmaceutical grade. CofixRX’s Carrageenan is of the highest quality – pharmaceutical grade. 

Is CofixRX safe for my child to use?
CofixRX is completely safe for children to use over the age of 6 years old. Always refer to product packaging as there are a few medical conditions which may require physician consultation before using the product. Please consult with your physician before using CofixRX if the user is under the age of 6 years old.

Revised 4/12/22

CofixRX is a safe and effective Povidone-Iodine nasal spray proven to boost your immune system and help protect against germs and pathogens.

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