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Hibiscrub Skin Cleanser

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proven whole body wash, HiBiSCRUB is the hospital-strength antiseptic that's now available for you to use at home. It's used in hospitals because it contains the powerful antiseptic chlorhexidine gluconate - a potent anti-bacterial agent that's effective against a broad range of organisms including MRSA.

 

By simply whole body washing with HiBiSCRUB, you can reduce the number of potentially harmful bacteria on your skin before you go into hospital, and thereby reduce the risk of acquiring an infection. HiBiSCRUB is a range of antiseptic products including a hand rub and anti-bacterial body wash that help to ward off infections, giving you peace of mind. The antispetic wash  is effective against a wide range of bacteria, yeasts, dermatophyte fungi and lipophilic viruses. The scrub is powerful and can last up to 6 hours, continuing to protect you after scrubbing.

 

Always read the label. Avoid contact with the eyes and ears. If chlorhexidine solutions come into contact with the eyes, wash out promptly and thoroughly with water. Store in a safe place and keep out of the reach and sight of children.

 

HiBiSCRUB contains chlorhexidine gluconate, an active ingredient that provides a broad spectrum of activity against bacteria combined with a residual action. This means that, when you use HiBiSCRUB, not only will the product be effective against bacteria on the skin – it will also continue to be active against bacteria for up to 6 hours after use.

 

Chlorhexidine binds to the skin effectively forming a second layer that will kill bacteria long after you apply the product. For up to 6 hours, this ‘second layer of skin’ will reduce the risk of you picking up harmful bacteria that could lead to infection such as MRSA.