BioMask National TV Launch: All Day Comfort & Protection

Updated: Mar 10


This is THE mask that you need to keep your day going while maintaining all day comfort and protection! BioMask was developed during a time where high-quality masks and scientific innovation are absolute necessities. With the national television launch this week, we are eager to see BioMask reach more people and propel their business. Read on to learn all about BioMask and watch the television commercial produced in-house at Harvest Growth. Got questions? Don’t be a stranger and contact us with any questions, comments, or thoughts!


What Is BioMask?

In a world where you can buy different kinds of masks practically anywhere and everywhere, what makes the BioMask any different? Well, it is the ONLY mask available that is infused with NBELYAX. Don’t worry, we’ll do all the explaining on why exactly using NBELYAX with masks is so groundbreaking. Along with that, every BioMask is washable and reusable up to 10 times. It provides all-day comfort and protection and is breathable, lightweight, and biodegradable.




First and foremost, it’s important to know that NBELYAX is registered with the FDA for safe use by the general public. NBELYAX is authorized by the FDA under an Emergency Use Authorization to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. In short, NBELYAX is a natural nano-molecular ingredient that is effective in neutralizing odors, inanimate organic particulates and inanimate contaminants. It is patented in 120 countries and trusted by major mass retailers, hotel chains, grocery stores, restaurants and more.


The Story & Research Behind BioMask

NBELYAX was developed by a brother-sister team in Mexico and then patented internationally. In an article published on April 4, 2019, in Mexico News Daily, it says, “The two developed NBELYAX, a molecule that renders inactive all kinds of HAI- causing microorganisms: viruses, bacteria, fungi, spores, Trypanosoma, and mycobacteria. The so-called ‘full-spectrum nano-biomolecule’ is also biodegradable and poses no risk to human health, food, or the environment.”


Every BioMask is manufactured in the United States. In an article published about NBELYAX in March of 2020, it reads:


“NBELYAX® is a new molecule that has been proudly patented in Mexico. The application has also been filed in 148 countries through the PCT (Patent Cooperation Treaty) and 12 other countries directly. It is the first Mexican patent with projection to many countries in the world. The scientific linkage has been fundamental for the development of technology and its certifications. Without the support of researchers, institutions, laboratories, and universities, such an important discovery would not have been possible, with several recognitions and mentions from the press deserving of a nomination by the World Economic Forum.”


Want to learn more about the BioMask story and NBELYAX research? Check out the Story of NBELYAX on their website.


Our DRTV Commercial

Watch the BioMask commercial below that will continue propelling MyBioMask forward to help as many people as possible feel safe and protected while comfortable at the same time.




Want A BioMask For Yourself?

Every BioMask includes the following features:

BioMask with FDA-approved NBELYAX

Safest non-surgical mask on the market

NBELYAX neutralizes odors, inanimate organic particulates and inanimate contaminants

Washable and reusable up to 10 times

Lightweight and breathable

Elastic ear loops

Adjustable nose piece

Made in North America

30-day 100% satisfaction guarantee

Get one for you and the whole family today at MyBioMask.com! On the website, you can purchase the masks in a three-pack for either adults or children. Receive 10% off of your when ordering three or more packs by using the code “BioMask10” at checkout. MyBioMask offers 100% satisfaction or your money back!


Interested in having Harvest Growth propel your one-of-a-kind product into a household name? Set up a free strategy call with a product marketing expert at Harvest Growth today! What are you waiting for?

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