New Improved Formula
70% Alcohol Hand Sanitiser – 100ml
Made in the UK
Aloe Vera Oil To Keep Hands Soft
Conforms to EN1500 Hygiene Standard
Conforms to EN1276 standards
Please be aware you may recieve a slightly different bottle design- the hand sanitiser is exactly the same formula
Our specially formulated hand sanitiser gel is a fabulous smooth consistency that provides an effective method of sanitising hands and killing germs and bacteria.
Coats your hands quickly and easily and rapidly dries leaving no sticky residue – perfect for on the go use or in environments with no running water at hand.
Suitable for both home and professional use, this product is used in many diverse industries and environments, helping to keep people safer in their everyday lives. In today’s world it is arguably more important than ever for the nation to keep their hands clean and sanitised.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Apply a small but sufficient amount to your hands and rub in well, taking care to full cover all areas including finger nails and between the fingers.
Allow hands to air dry
Remember that any subsequent use of towels or paper tissues may lead to re-contamination of bacteria.
The MediPro 70% Alcohol Hand Sanitiser has EN1500 and EN1276 conformity
The EN 1500 is a European Standard test method that evaluates the efficacy of a hygienic handrub by measuring the number of viable bacteria remaining on the fingertips after contamination and handrub exposure. A handrub is defined as a treatment that involves rubbing the hands without the addition of water. This method specifically simulates conditions for establishing if a hygienic handrub decreases the release of transient flora from the hands.
The EN 1276 standard specifies a suspension test for establishing whether a chemical disinfectant or antiseptic has bactericidal activity. Bactericidal or antimicrobial products are products manufactured to control and fight against certain populations of pathogenic microorganisms. The EN 1276 standard applies to products that are used in food, industrial, domestic and institutional areas excluding areas and situations where disinfection is medically indicated and excluding products used on living tissues except for hand hygiene (such as hydroalcoholic gels) in the food, industrial, domestic and institutional areas.