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PostSubject: sanigo sanitizer   Fri May 20, 2011 3:39 am

Kpaulmedical is introducing SaniGo hand sanitizer that hydrates skin with natural glycerin, vitamins A & E, and is also clinically proven to be non-irritating, even if used frequently.
Antibacterial hand sanitizers are marketed to the public as an effective way to "wash one's hands" when traditional soap is not available. Manufacturers of hand sanitizers claim that the sanitizers kill 99.9 percent of germs. Since you naturally use hand sanitizers to cleanse your hands, the assumption is that 99.9 percent of harmful germs are killed by the sanitizers. Recent research suggests that this is not the case. This hand sanitizer is clinically proven to kill 99.99% of germs in seconds. It is environmentally sensitive formula which meets FDA protocol for healthcare personnel hand wash. It will leave your hands feeling clean & fresh without the usual strong smell of alcohol.
How do hand sanitizers work?
Hand sanitizers work by stripping away the outer layer of oil on the skin. This usually prevents bacteria present in the body from coming to the surface of the hand. However, these bacteria that are normally present in the body are generally not the kinds of bacteria that will make us sick. Hand sanitizers do not significantly reduce the number of bacteria on the hand and in some cases may potentially increase the amount of bacteria on the hand. So the question arises, how can the manufacturers make the 99.9 percent claim?
How can the manufacturers make the 99.9 percent claims?
The manufacturers of the products test the products on inanimate surfaces hence they are able to derive the claims of 99.9 percent of bacteria killed. If the products were fully tested on hands, there would no doubt be different results. Since there is inherent complexity in the human hand, testing hands would definitely be more difficult. Using surfaces with controlled variables is an easier way to obtain some type of consistency in the results. But as we are all aware, everyday life is not as consistent.
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