How is the common cold transmitted?

Colds are transmitted by air when you inhale tiny water particles containing the virus. These contaminated droplets are found in the air when someone with a cold coughs, sneezes or sputters without covering their mouth.

Transmission can also occur when touching an object contaminated by the virus or coming into contact with someone who has a cold. Salinex ProTect® protects nasal passages to help reduce the spreading and proliferation of cold viruses.