Prady Gel Hydroalcoholic Hygienizing Hands
PRADY HYDROALCOHOLIC GEL HYGIENIZING HANDS
Keeping your hands clean is one of the main prevention measures to prevent the spread of many viruses and microbes. Hands are the main microbial transmission vehicle, so it is important to wash them often in order to prevent the spread of pathogenic germs and prevent infections.
Health authorities around the world also recommend frequent and effective hand washing with soaps, the use of gel and other disinfectant products, in order to prevent the transmission of viruses and bacteria.
PRADY has developed this hydroalcoholic or hand hygienizing gel to prevent germs from spreading, thoroughly cleaning hands.
Given its size it is ideal to take you on a trip anywhere, and to be able to keep your hands clean at any time, without the need for water or soap.
Alcohol denat, aqua, hydroxyethylcellulose, phenoxyethanol, caprylyl glycol, farnesol, parfum (fragrance), citric acid, sodium hydroxide, limonene, linalool, c.i.42090.
MICROBIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRODUCT
Less than 100 u.f.c. per ml or gr. of product and absence of Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Candida albicans and Staphylococcus aureus in all units. Less than 10 ufc/ml or g of fungi and yeasts.
HOW TO USE
The way of use of Hydroalcoholic Gel is very simple, it is recommended to apply on healthy and dry tissue a small amount of product on the hands and rub for approximately 30 seconds, extending the entire product over the entire surface of the hands, even between the fingers. Once applied, you should not rinse your hands with water, the gel provides you with a pleasant perfume at the same time.
In case of eye contact, wash with plenty of water. Avoid contact with mucous membranes and sensitive areas of the skin. Discontinue use in case of irritation. If irritation persists, talk to your doctor. External use on healthy skin. Keep the container clean and dry. Keep away from fire. Do not expose to temperatures above 40oC. In children under 6 years of age, its use should be supervised.