Tition Hand Antiseptic Gel 100 ml
- Country of manufactureRussia
- Pre-packing100 g
Antiseptic hand gel "TITON" is developed in accordance with the recommendations of the WHO (World Health Organization) and the European Community of manufacturers of cosmetic products.
Thanks to carefully selected ingredients, the gel has highly effective antiseptic properties and is highly virological against many different types of viruses, protecting it by 99% . Contains a vitamin complex.
The gel contains 70% isopropyl alcohol and does not have a strong alcoholic odor. The special perfume composition gives a light, pleasant aroma.
It also contains Alkyldimethylbenzylammonium chloride (ADBAH), a powerful functional antiseptic additive used in the production of medical disinfectants. Possesses antimicrobial activity against various gram - negative and gram - positive microorganisms, including pathogens of tuberculosis, fungi of the genus Candida and Trioiton, influenza viruses, herpes, adenoviruses, immunodeficiency viruses (HIV), hepatitis A, B, C, rota - , polioenteroviruses, pathogens nosocomial infections.
The skin of the hands is very sensitive and more than the rest of the body is susceptible to irritants and aggressors of the external environment. Therefore, the composition of the antiseptic gel for hands "TITON" included special additives that moisturize and nourish the skin, preventing irritation and dryness of the skin of the hands. The gel does not require rinsing. It is an irreplaceable product in the absence of soap.
The gel is thick, economical to use, will not leak in your bag or pocket. Has a moderate drying rate, which allows you to thoroughly wipe the skin for 15 to 30 seconds. Based on the recommendations of pharmacists, this time will be sufficient to prevent the spread of pathogenic bacteria and viruses.
We recommend that you rub a small amount of gel evenly over your hands. Particular attention should be paid to the area between the fingers, nails and palms, since the bulk of pathogens accumulates in these areas. It is advisable to repeat this procedure after each contact with potential hazardous objects, such as bus handrails, entrance door handles, paper money and coins, elevator buttons, and so on.