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Caffeine That Can Be Sprayed on Skin to Keep Travellers Awake

Ben Yu with caffeine sprayRegardless if people are at work, are studying or are on the road, fighting that sleepy feeling is an on-going battle. Traditionally, the best way to fight falling asleep while working or traveling is to drink lots of caffeinated drinks. After all, this has proven to be the best way to get caffeine into the body. Now, however, a biochemist has come up with a new and faster way to deliver energy to the body, and that is to spray caffeine right on the skin.

Biochemist Ben Yu has come up with what he calls sprayable energy. He says that this is the first caffeine-based topical spray anywhere in the world. Not only is it the first of its kind, but it works better and faster than anything on the market. Now, instead of drinking cup after cup of coffee to stay awake, all that users have to do is spray this caffeinated product on their skin.

Best of all, Ben Yu says that there are no side effects for using this product. It does not create the strong jittery feeling that other drinks that are high in caffeine do. Not only that, but people do not have to consume all of those drinks that are high in calories or that leave a bad aftertaste. In short, Ben thinks he has come up with the best way for people to get caffeine into their body.

This spray could mean big things for a number of people. It could help keep people awake while working or while traveling. Since it comes in an easy-to-carry spray bottle, people can carry it with them wherever they go. It’s perfect for people who take long road trips, like truckers, who need a way to stay alert without consuming tons of calories because they are stuck in the car with no way to burn those calories.

Mr Yu, who is only 26 years old, said that this product can be taken in just seconds. It also is not full of a bunch of mystery ingredients that are sprayed on your skin. It is also a lot more affordable than alternative products that are on the market already.

Mr Yu was able to get the money he needed to research this product through the crowd-funding site Indiegogo. He needed to raise $15,000 and was able to reach his goal quickly. Crowd-funding sites have become very popular nowadays. In fact, most independent video game developers use these sites to get their projects up and running.

Mr Yu added that the liquid it is absorbed right through the skin. This provides the body with a number of hours of caffeine. It lasts much longer than the energy that someone gets from drinking a cup of coffee. Also, it will save the user money because the bottles have enough spray to last for two weeks. People can save a lot of money on energy drinks and coffee in two weeks.

So how much is this spray? Apparently Ben says that it will be sold for just $15 a bottle. Each bottle has about 160 sprays in it. People who really like the product can buy it in cases. There are about 52 bottles in a case at a cost $449.

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