Here's Why You Should Keep Your Insulin Safe
Insulin can go bad but you can’t see it with your eyes. Only after injecting it, you may notice There are stories about people taking bad insulin, and if you’re not careful, you might be one of them.
Everyday, people with diabetes are unaware of the consequences of improper insulin management, and it’s very important to point out that bad insulin isn’t visible to the naked eye.
These can range to a sunny day in the park, a hot summer noon inside the car, and many other everyday situations that, if insulin is not properly taken care of, might cost you a fortune in the near future.
Having said that, here are 3 things you must keep in mind in order to keep your insulin safe:
Damaged insulin – the Invisible Enemy
3. Get An Insulin Protector
VIVICAP1 is the world’s first and only pen cap temperature shield.
It keeps your insulin free from the harmful effects brought about by external temperatures working for years without need for your attention.
Because proper insulin storage is critical, VIVICAP1 uses a revolutionary technology that makes sure your insulin is protected from harmful effects of every day ambient temperatures, that might cause it to lose its effectiveness, providing you peace of mind.
As the journal mentioned, “There is a lack of recent studies, scientific literature, and public information on insulin stability under different storage conditions.”
Best of all, VIVICAP1 not only fits perfectly in your pocket, it is also extremely easy to use as you can bring it with you anywhere you go!
With VIVICAP1, you need not worry about accidental exposure of your insulin to extreme ambient temperatures that might damage it.
This means whether you're out in the hot sunny weather or in the cold winter day, your insulin stays safe.
So if you want to escape the life-changing effects of bad insulin, and live a life free of worries with a return to normalcy, then proper insulin storage is the only way to go.
And who else can do it better but VIVICAP1.