• Infection control faces ever increasing challenges – Increasing emerging infections – Increasing resistant organisms – Budgetary restraints, staff shortage
• For decades, the alcohol-based gels have been the only available hand sanitizer option, despite the known disadvantages associated with them.
× Alcohol only works against germs when wet × – as soon as it dries out it STOPS WORKING. × It has no residual germ-killing effect. × Once alcohol has evaporated the germ killing action has stopped.
ˣ Extended use of alcohol sanitisers and extensive washing of the hands has been shown to lead to ICD. Irritable Contact Dermatitis ˣ 85% of hospital workers suffer from some form of ICD ˣ As result up to 80% of hospital workers do not apply a sanitiser as often as required by Infection Control.
- Ideal for use in a multitude of environments.
- For use anywhere where the transfer of germs, by hand, is a concern.
- Dries on hands instantly with no rinsing required.
- Fits easily in pockets, handbags, backpacks and nappy bags.
- Leaves hands feeling soft and refreshed with moisturisers.
- Packaged in easy to use pump top bottles.