For a second I want you to think of all the places you your phone. For example, you probably use your phone at home, at the office, in the bathroom, at a restaurant, and other places in which germs are always present. Now, think about going to those places and rubbing your face against the floor. Gross right? Well, when we use our phone in all of these germ-ridden places we are essentially putting those germs directly onto our faces the second we put our phones back to our ears. Studies show that our phones have 18x more harmful bacteria than public restroom handles. That leaves us more likely to get sick. The inventors of PhoneSoap have made a product that is sure to fix that problem. PhoneSoap is a UV light box designed to kill the germs on your cell phone. This device is extremely easy to use, and comes with everything you need to set it up. Simply plug PhoneSoap into the wall, place your phone inside, and close the lid. When the lid is closed, the UV lights will turn on and start sanitizing your phone. The small lightning bolt on the top of the PhoneSoap device will turn blue during the sanitation, and will turn off when the cycle is complete. There is even a slot on the inside which allows you to charge your phone while it is being sanitized (two birds, one stone). Since I have only been using this for a few days, it is hard to say how this will help me in the long run. Obviously I didn’t see a sudden change in how often I get sick or the acne on my face. With this kind of device you see long term benefits, not a “quick fix”. Overall, I believe this is a genius product. There have been many studies to prove the effectiveness of killing germs, so it is definitely worth a shot.
*I RECEIVED THE PRODUCTS MENTIONED ABOVE FOR FREE IN RETURN FOR AN UNBIASED REVIEW. I ONLY REVIEW AND RECOMMEND PRODUCTS OR SERVICES THAT I HAVE USED PERSONALLY. I AM DISCLOSING THIS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION’S 16 CFR, PART 255: “GUIDES CONCERNING THE USE OF ENDORSEMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS IN ADVERTISING”. THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS POST ARE ENTIRELY MY OWN*