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New SafetySmart Hand Sanitizer Creates "Invisible Barrier" Against Bacteria and Chemicals

Bactericidal gels or lotions for hand sanitation have a short effective life. Gloves protect the hands, but are awkward, breed bacteria, and can cross-contaminate. Now, JNJ Industries’ SafetySmart brings together the best of both worlds – antibacterial action and glove-like protection in a single, revolutionary lotion product that not only sanitizes the hands but also creates an invisible barrier against germs and contamination that lasts up to four (4) hours between applications.

This hand-nourishing emollient lotion has none of the drawbacks of skin-drying alcohol-based disinfectant gels and lotions, and none of the drawbacks of clumsy, uncomfortable gloves, but offers all the advantages of barrier protection and hand sanitizing action in a single application.

SafetySmart lotion forms a polymeric film, and can be applied to any area of intact, healthy skin. The ingredients, once applied to the skin, kill disease-causing microorganisms an d inhibit the growth of germs and bacteria.

SafetySmart has been proven in clinical and laboratory tests to be extremely effective in killing 99.99% of bacteria and germs that workers encounter every day in a variety of industries. Once applied, SafetySmart is effective up to 3 – 4 hours before re-application is needed.

SafetySmart nourishes and conditions the skin as well; it is Vitamin E enriched, and contains moisturizing elements to keep skin soft and supple. SafetySmart is hypoallergenic, non-toxic, alcohol-free, and petroleum-free; it complies fully with FDA requirements. In fact, SafetySmart’s invisible film provides protection for the hands against harsh chemicals, caustic elements or bodily fluids, in addition to providing up to four hours of anti-microbial activity on contact.

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Posted on December 20, 2004