Ulta derm™ Alcohol-Free Foaming Hand Sanitiser kills 99.9% of the germs on your hands in 15 seconds without using water. Take the risk out of shaking hands, counting money, or using public bathrooms. Perfect for use after sneezing, coughing, or before eating when soap and water aren’t available. The same formula used by doctors and nurses, ulta-derm Hand Sanitiser is more effective than alcohol-gel sanitizers, and provides over three times the applications. This unique formula also contains a natural botanical that heals dry, chapped, and damaged skin. Ideal for office workers, travellers, food handlers, teachers, parents, campers, and people on the go.
ulta-derm Alcohol-Free Foaming Hand Sanitiser is formulated to be highly compatible with the skin. It does not break down the skin’s natural water barrier, as do alcohol-containing products, but instead complements that barrier. In addition to this, the Aloe Vera in ulta-derm Alcohol-Free Foaming Hand Sanitiser is a natural emollient and skin softener that helps the skin stay healthy especially with repeated use.
ulta-derm Alcohol-Free Foaming Hand Sanitiser active ingredient, Benzalkonium Chloride, is FDA approved and kills 99.9% of germs. ulta-derm Alcohol-Free Foaming Hand Sanitiser moisturizes the skin while it kills germs, even on sensitive skin. It is non-toxic, non-flammable and there are no reports of long term affects from daily use.
Ulta-derm Foaming Hand Sanitiser – Formula
Alcohol-free formula that kills 99.9% of germs
Skin nourishing & extra gentle formula without the alcohol to leave hands smooth and healthy
Non-allergenic ingredients that are soothing to the most sensitive hands
Supported with Clinical tested studies
No: alcohol, triclosan, parabens, or sulfates
Never tested on animals
Ulta-derm Foaming Hand Sanitiser – Features
Fast Acting – Kills germs in seconds
Persistent – Long Lasting and more effective with each use
Moisturizing – Does not dry skin and leaves hands soft and smooth
Clinical – Clinically effective in helping to prevent colds, flu and infections
Cost – Foaming dispenser adds air so lees is used to cover the hands
Cost effective –
Alcohol-free foam hand sanitizers are less expensive than alcohol-based sanitizers. Although a Alcohol free hand sanitizer may cost more per ounce, users typically will get 2 to 3 times more applications out of ulta-derm Alcohol Free Hand Sanitiser because the dispensing mechanism adds air to the solution during application, making the product go much further before running out.
Proven Protection and Safe for Children –
Researchers at the Los Alamitos Unified School District in California conducted a five-week study in 2001 and found that students who used hand sanitizer containing benzalkonium chloride at scheduled times each day were 33 percent less likely to be absent due to illness.
The same year a maker of a Alcohol-based Hand Sanitizer did a study at Orange County Schools and showed no change in absence.
When soap and water are not available, there’s no better option to keep our hands clean than hand sanitizer.
The most common hand sanitizer ingredient proven extensively to eradicate germs on hands is alcohol that has been used since the late 1800’s. Alcohol based hand sanitizers grew in popularity in the 1980’s as a viable option to kill germs and prevent infection, flu’s and colds when soap and water is not available.
Research findings from various clinical studies show that alcohol-based hand sanitizers actually increase the number of bacteria on the skin the more they are used. Research shows that alcohol is a solvent that strips away oils and lipids from the skin, important for water retention, and therefor dries out the skin. This drying effect causes chapping of the skin, creating cracks and crevices where germs can harbour. Even if an alcohol-based hand sanitizers has emollients, repeated use will leave the skin dry, irritated, and more susceptible creating an environment where germs can harbour.
See the different between alcohol based & non alcohol base.
Alcohol Based Sanitizer
(70% of Alcohol Base)