NUTURELL Surface Shield
Our mission was to create a novel 100% natural treatment
that kills 99.9% of germs on contact. The traditional mode of action to combat transmission of harmful microorganisms on surfaces is to attack the germs with varying degrees of poisonous chemicals, resulting in a “chemical kill” - This traditional method is often harmful to humans, animals and plants. Unlike those traditional methods, when a surface is coated with Nuturell Surface Shield, millions of “invisible” silver molecules begin forming and bonding (with the surface), effectively forming a new surface, resulting in a “mechanical kill” coating that keeps killing germs up to 14 days.
Nuturell Surface Shield is both an antiviral and antimicrobial solutions that's dedicated to offering the best defense possible when it comes to combating unwanted, harmful Pathogens. The goal is to eliminate damaging microbes in the most successful and rapid manner while also maintaining safety and longevity of sterility quality. The continuous integrity of our successful, non-toxic, certified organic, and revolutionary antimicrobial agents is due to the years of dedicated scientific research that utilizes the latest advancements in silver technology and understanding the need for a safe yet effective product.
Nuturell Surface Shield clinically proven formula is 99.9% effective against the Human CORONA Virus Strain and despite numerous existing potent antibiotics and other antimicrobial means, bacterial infections are still a major cause of morbidity and mortality. Moreover, the need to develop additional bactericidal means has significantly increased due to the growing concern regarding multidrug-resistant bacterial strains and biofilm associated infections. Consequently, attention has been especially devoted to new and emerging nanoparticle-based materials in the field of antimicrobial chemotherapy. The present review discusses the activities of nanoparticles as an antimicrobial means, their mode of action, silver effects on drug-resistant bacteria, and the risks attendant on their use as antibacterial agents. Factors contributing to silver technology performance in the clinical setting, their unique property, and mechanism of action as antibacterial agents are discussed in detail.