Do Hand Sanitizers Clean Your Hands?
One question that is often asked is whether or not you can clean your...
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Yes. Doctors Kline + Green Hand Sanitizer Pen is safe and effective when used as directed. Ethyl alcohol, the active ingredient in Doctors Kline + Green Hand Sanitizer Pen, has been used safely by the public for decades and is one of the safest and most effective antimicrobial ingredients known.
If used as directed, which is to apply enough Doctors Kline + Green Antibacterial Hand Sanitizer to thoroughly wet hands, nails or Clear + Restore brush, a consumer can get 70 uses out of a 0.33 oz. pen.
Germs live all around us. Our bodies are covered with germs that help us stay healthy. These are considered “resident or potentially harmless” bacteria and, they reside on and in the body. In addition to the resident bacteria, we are also exposed to ones that we pick up from contact with other people or objects. These are called transient bacteria. It is these germs that are often responsible for making us sick. Doctors Kline + Green Antibacterial Hand Sanitizer Pen reduces some of the resident bacteria while eliminating the transient bacteria on the top layer of the surface, or your hands.
No. When it comes to sanitizing products, formulation matters. The active ingredient is important, but the total formulation affects the product’s effectiveness. The product also has to deliver good skin care performance and be easy to use.
Yes, ethyl alcohol kills the bacteria by softening the bacterial membrane, allowing the alcohol to render bacteria ineffective.
It does! Especially with our Clear + Restore nail treatment tube that comes with a brush applicator. The tube is a multi-use product and is designed to be used more than once and lasts for 30 days. Therefore, cleaning the brush is recommended. Just spray the tip of the brush with your Doctors Kline + Green Sanitizer Pen and wipe dry with a paper towel and you’re ready for the next application of Clear + Restore! Also, feel free to spray the antibacterial pen into your shoes to remove any germs lurking inside.