The company based in Sandy, Utah, USA, promises to revolutionize the way we deal with muscle pain
Pain is something that all people have in common. Sooner or later we all experience it, young, old and athletes. Pain is a constant in life but until today we could only rely on a few solutions, from medical ones such as creams, to other alternatives and of dubious effectiveness such as acupuncture and other oddities. Kailo is different from everything else on the market.
The invention takes the form of very thin adhesive bandages consisting of a plastic membrane and a metal part. Kailo is the first nanotechnology-based product developed specifically for pain relief. Compared to canonical treatments, Kailo contains no medicines and instead of administering foreign molecules to the body, it uses billions of functionally charged nanocapacitors with a bio antenna.
The metal layer emits electrical impulses and helps the nervous system to communicate better by limiting the nervous signals that cause the sense of pain. Kailo’s action is immediate and continues to have a positive effect even in the days following its removal. The effectiveness depends on the subject and the entity of the source of the pain, but also on the positioning on the body. The company suggests trying different points of application to maximize the effect.
Kailo is water-proof and can also be used by athletes who train in the pool. The company guarantees a 100% refund in cases of dissatisfaction but ensures that in the five years of development, only 1% of consumers have requested a return, with a very high percentage of satisfied customers. Kailo has raised about $1.5 million in crowdfunding on indiegogo and has a mission: not just to sell a product, but to help people find true and ultimate relief.
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