Ideal for the elderly and baby skin.
The big difference between Hygiene 24 antimicrobial coating and all other hand sanitizers on the market today is the other hand sanitizers are primarily ethyl or isopropyl alcohol formulations which are largely antibacterial in nature. While they will kill selected bacteria on application to the skin, they offer no residual germ killing properties. Application of these products to your hands will not only dry out your skin, they offer a fresh surface for germs to re-infect as soon as your hands are dry. Hygiene 24 is the only product that remains on your hands for all day protection. The problem with using other hand sanitizer products is that without the antimicrobial barrier provided by Hygiene 24, they just become a new breeding ground for more germs.
Alcohol based products on the market contain greater than 60 % alcohol which is a skin irritant (that causes dryness, redness, chapping and flaking), flammable and the persistent use of which has been reported to decrease the ability to fight off infections.
On application to the skin, Hygiene 24 forms an invisible, odorless, moisturizing coating-harmless to humans but microbe-deadly that will not wash off and continues to be effective against microbial pathogens for up to 24 hours or more
Hygiene 24 is state-of-the-art technology with an antimicrobial, polymeric film which will remain in the skin through a minimum of ten hand washings. The HD5™ ingredient contains a harmless silicon material that orients to the skin surface during application to produce a protective, moisturizing film.
Hygiene Pro is an antimicrobial surface coating that inhibits the growth of odor causing bacteria, which cause staining and discoloration, fungi (mold and mildew), and algae on a variety of surfaces. The surfaces include: air filters and air filter materials for furnaces, air conditioners, air purification devices, automobiles, and recirculating air handling systems; aquarium filters and filter materials, composed of sand and zeolite; sheets, blankets and bedspreads, polyurethane foam for household, industrial, and institutional sponges and mops; shoe insoles, athletic and casual shoes; carpets and draperies; vinyl wallpaper for nonfood contact washable walls; roofing materials-defined as shingles, roofing granules, wood shakes, felt, stone and synthetic overcoats; commercial and residential interior wood framing and interior new construction materials composed of wood, wood products and wood composites , including flake board (OSB), plywood, wallboard, particle board and cardboard.