Keep your daughters and ladies at your home safe with the easy to carry self-defence solution always. The keychain pepper spray is the perfectly handy and most required remedy for women of all ages. Whether, you have a school going daughter or mother who is staying at home, this spray will helping them to escape the hideous incidents in moment of time.
What is Pepper Spray?
The pepper spray is an aerosol which is in the form of spray. It is most effective and popular type of self-defence adopted by women. The defence pepper spray is a concentrated agent of Oleoresin Capsicum. The chilli peppers of Capsicum are considered as one of the spiciest agents in the world. They are the hottest chilli available. This quality of pepper is injected in to the canister and upon pressing of a button; it gets dispersed or ejected out of the spray tube as aerosol. Since, these pepper sprays are from the hottest type of Oleoresin Capsicum, they are also considered as the OC sprays. This spray is now available in the keychain. Access it instantly at the time of attack, without any further delay. Hence, it is known as keychain pepper spray.
Effects of Pepper Spray:
There are four possible effects of the Pepper spray on the assailant. If the victim has been able to successfully suspend the aerosol on the assailant’s eyes, it may temporarily blind them. In worst conditions, it might cause tearing, dilation of eye capillaries which will cause them to shut involuntarily or completely. This, spray will be highly effective on people who wear contact lenses or glasses too.
The other effect will be caused on Respiratory system. The spray will cause inflammation and swelling of throat. This increases the amount of air flow restriction in the throat. It causes, the coughing and congestion.
The third effect will cause burning on the exposed skin. The skin which has been exposed to the spray will experience intense burning and rashes (in some cases).
Lastly, it will make the people lose muscle coordination. The spray will cause a person lose, the pain receptors alert and vision blurred.