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ALCOHOL FREE

HAND SANITIZER

D-FENZ Alcohol-Free Hand Sanitizer tackles germs on two fronts. With the ability to kill 99.9% of illness-causing germs on contact and persist on skin for up to 4 hours at a time*, it's an all-around go-to for skin protection.

D-FENZ non alcohol Hand Sanitizer doesn't dry hands, sting or cause cracking. The moisture-infused foam or spray leaves skin feeling nourished and silky, even after repeated applications, making it a favorite in classrooms and clinics.

Standard alcohol-based hand sanitizers not only dry skin to the point of pain with repeat use, they leave skin vulnerable to recontamination after the product dries. D-FENZ Alcohol-free hand sanitizer forms a moisture-infused invisible barrier that clings to skin to offer proactive protection against germs yet to be encountered. No drying, no cracking, no burning.

 

Benzalkonium Chloride, the active ingredient, is a preferred skin antiseptic that kills germs on contact and inhibits future microbial growth. Our specially refined mineral complex, assists in the formation of the protective barrier and is widely used to promote skin health. 

Available in a variety of sizes from 10ml to bulk containers. *Material persistence subject to surface abrasion and skin cell regeneration.

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CROWD PLEASING FORMULA

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Use Again & Again

Won't crack or dry skin no matter how much you use it.

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Won't Sting Skin

Kids love the no-sting formula for accidental contact with scrapes and owies. 

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Bonds to Skin

Protects skin even after product dries, unlike alcohol hand sanitizers.

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Spray or Foam

Available as a quick and easy hydrating spray or silky foam.

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SUPPLEMENTARY TESTING

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Laboratory testing*, “Surface Resistance with Artificial Mechanical Pressure” was conducted against Klebs pneumonia, E.coli and Staphylococcus aureus. Microscopic slides were coated in D-FENZ® Hand Sanitizer and allowed to dry before being subjected to test organism(s). A coverslip was applied to simulate a pressurized surface touch. After ten minutes of exposure, a sterile swab was used to transfer sample to LB broth test tube, followed by vortex (2 minutes) and incubation (24hours).

 

Results confirm superior ability of D-FENZ® Hand Sanitizer to resist bacterial growth across all samples tested.

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*Supplementary testing demonstrates efficacy according to custom protocols in laboratory conditions; testing is not designed for regulatory purposes.

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MRSA

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D-FENZ Hand Sanitizer was applied to a selective culture medium with a calibrated loop. After drying, dishes were inoculated with MRSA, incubated and observed for growth.

D-FENZ treated surface area completely resisted growth (red arrows)

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Clear area is where Hand Sanitizer was applied

White areas (bacterial growth) had no Hand Sanitizer

Take matters into your own hands.

Take control no matter where you are.

Did you know that disinfectants need to stay wet on surfaces for a set time (up to 10 minutes depending on product) to achieve the % germ kill stated on the label? This is important because rarely are the directions followed. We've all seen the quick wipe down of grocery carts, checkouts and equipment (sometimes with a previously used wipe), before deeming it "safe" for the next user. 

 

Businesses are doing their best to make establishments as safe as possible, but it's important to do your own part in closing the gaps. Unlike D-FENZ Hand sanitizer, which protects skin for up to 4 hours, alcohol-based hand sanitizer evaporates as it dries, offering no lasting protection against questionable surfaces. Surfaces may become contaminated between disinfection events, and a hand that was sanitized with alcohol five minutes ago, offers no extra defense against what may lurk.

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