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Global Halotherapy Solutions founder Steve Spiro on new HaloFX Mobile
01 Feb 2018 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
The HaloFX Mobile crushes salt into micron-sized particles
Global Halotherapy Solutions has expanded its range of salt therapy products with the launch of the HaloFX Mobile. Founder Steve Spiro explains more.

Tell us about the HaloFX Mobile?

The HaloFX Mobile is based on our HaloFX halogenerator, and works in the same way, by crushing pure pharmaceutical salt into micron-sized particles. These particles are then dispersed as a dry aerosol, which is inhaled into the lungs to provide health and skincare benefits. Unlike the HaloFX, the Mobile has the addition of a nozzle, which directs the aerosol at the respiratory system to provide a more targeted treatment. It’s very compact, measuring just 3.8 cm in height, 3 cm in width and 4.2 cm – 8.2 cm including the nozzle – in depth. The vast majority of the halogenerator is made out of plastic, so is easy to clean and maintain, with no rusting.

What are the advantages of using the HaloFX Mobile?

The main advantages of the HaloFX Mobile are its portability and its size. It can easily be moved from room to room, and simply plugs in. It doesn’t require costly modification to protect the HVAC system, just an inexpensive cover that can be removed. It’s easy to operate, so doesn’t require any training. Users simply load two tablespoons of pure pharmaceutical salt into the machine and press a button. That’s it.

How do you envision spas using it?

We spoke to a number of spas and holistic wellness centres as we were designing the Mobile and found that they didn’t want fixed salt rooms; instead, they wanted a portable unit, which allows them to offer halotherapy as an additional or standalone treatment, without having to sacrifice any space, or make a costly investment. Using the HaloFX Mobile either to supplement treatments or as a standalone experience, is a really easy way for spas to generate income without incurring extra labour costs.

What is halotherapy? What benefits does it provide?

Halotherapy, also known as dry salt therapy, is an effective, natural and drug-free therapy that provides relief from many conditions. Respiratory conditions that benefit include asthma, allergies, sinusitis, bronchitis, colds, COPD, and cystic fibrosis. Skin conditions that benefit from halotherapy include psoriasis, eczema, acne and dermatitis.
 


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Global Halotherapy Solutions founder Steve Spiro on new HaloFX Mobile

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Global Halotherapy Solutions founder Steve Spiro on new HaloFX Mobile

The HaloFX Mobile crushes salt into micron-sized particles
Global Halotherapy Solutions has expanded its range of salt therapy products with the launch of the HaloFX Mobile. Founder Steve Spiro explains more.

Tell us about the HaloFX Mobile?

The HaloFX Mobile is based on our HaloFX halogenerator, and works in the same way, by crushing pure pharmaceutical salt into micron-sized particles. These particles are then dispersed as a dry aerosol, which is inhaled into the lungs to provide health and skincare benefits. Unlike the HaloFX, the Mobile has the addition of a nozzle, which directs the aerosol at the respiratory system to provide a more targeted treatment. It’s very compact, measuring just 3.8 cm in height, 3 cm in width and 4.2 cm – 8.2 cm including the nozzle – in depth. The vast majority of the halogenerator is made out of plastic, so is easy to clean and maintain, with no rusting.

What are the advantages of using the HaloFX Mobile?

The main advantages of the HaloFX Mobile are its portability and its size. It can easily be moved from room to room, and simply plugs in. It doesn’t require costly modification to protect the HVAC system, just an inexpensive cover that can be removed. It’s easy to operate, so doesn’t require any training. Users simply load two tablespoons of pure pharmaceutical salt into the machine and press a button. That’s it.

How do you envision spas using it?

We spoke to a number of spas and holistic wellness centres as we were designing the Mobile and found that they didn’t want fixed salt rooms; instead, they wanted a portable unit, which allows them to offer halotherapy as an additional or standalone treatment, without having to sacrifice any space, or make a costly investment. Using the HaloFX Mobile either to supplement treatments or as a standalone experience, is a really easy way for spas to generate income without incurring extra labour costs.

What is halotherapy? What benefits does it provide?

Halotherapy, also known as dry salt therapy, is an effective, natural and drug-free therapy that provides relief from many conditions. Respiratory conditions that benefit include asthma, allergies, sinusitis, bronchitis, colds, COPD, and cystic fibrosis. Skin conditions that benefit from halotherapy include psoriasis, eczema, acne and dermatitis.



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