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January 28, 2021 3 min read



Clinisept solution is an antibacterial, anti viral, anti sporous and anti fungal spritz, so it works wonders on acne, maskne or cuts or abrasions or anything that looks nasty and red and sensitive and in need of appeasing. It works well for men too on shaving rash. 

Wiped over skin after cleansing, it helps to minimise further spots and keep things under control. Pressed onto a particularly problematic patch, it eases the redness and takes the sting away, prepping skin to regenerate without as much risk of infection. Soothes and calms the skin whilst ensuring high levels of cleanliness are maintained after a treatment. Leaves no residue or chemical burden and provides the ideal environment for healthy and recovering skin.

Suitable for use:

Suitable for those with normal or sensitive skin.


WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CLINISEPT+ PREP & PROCEDURE AND CLINISEPT+ AFTERCARE?

  1. Clinisept+ Prep & Procedure, and Clinisept+ Aftercare use exactly the same chemistry, the only difference is that they dispense it in a different manner.

  2. Clinisept+ Prep & Procedure is available with either a pump dispenser or a trigger spray.

  3. Clinisept+ Aftercare is a ‘take home’ product for use by the client once they have left the clinic. The finely atomising spray head enables clients to maintain high levels of hygiene over a treated area, without touching the skin.


WHAT IS THE ACTIVE INGREDIENT IN CLINISEPT+?

The active ingredient in Clinisept+ is sodium hypochlorite. A patent pending chemical process is used to trigger a chemical reaction which converts the hypochlorite into an ultra-pure, stabilised hypochlorous solution. In fact, Clinisept+ has been proven to contain more than 90% pure hypochlorous – far exceeding the purity of any competitor product claiming to contain hypochlorous.


Hypochlorous is the same chemistry that powers the human immune system. It is produced by the white blood cells in the body to combat infection and is widely acknowledged as the most effective disinfection agent known, owing to its ability to kill bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores.


HOW CAN CLINISEPT+ BE SO EFFECTIVE AND YET SAFE TO HUMAN SKIN?


Clinisept+ is so effective because of the purity of the hypochlorous content. Despite it’s efficacy, hypochlorous is not absorbed by human skin cells. It has a skin neutral pH and contains no alcohol, petroleum, lanolin, oils or parabens. It is non-toxic and non-irritant to human skin and is even non-cytotoxic to human skin cells.

ARE THERE ANY CONTRAINDICATIONS WHEN USING CLINISEPT+?


No. Clinisept+ has been subjected to comprehensive dermatological testing and has been found to cause no contraindications.


WHERE IS CLINISEPT+ MADE?


Clinisept+ is made in the UK in a dedicated ISO 13485 Medical Device facility. This facility is also accredited with ISO 9001.


WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF CLINISEPT+ IN PODIATRY APPLICATIONS?


Clinisept+ provides several benefits over traditional skin cleansing chemistries in podiatry applications. As well as delivering highly effective cleansing due to its excellent antimicrobial efficacy, Clinisept+ is gentle on the skin and doesn’t sting or cause irritation. Because of it’s skin neutral pH it can also be used during a procedure to keep the area clean.


HOW SHOULD I USE CLINISEPT+ AT HOME?


You may have been recommended to use Clinisept+ Aftercare by your podiatrist or chiropodist. If so, follow their recommendations on usage. You may also wish to use Clinisept+ as part of your daily foot hygiene regime. In this instance, we recommend it is applied after showering or bathing by spraying directly onto the toes and feet. Once applied, either allow to dry naturally or wait for a minute and then wipe any excess off with a clean tissue or paper towel.


HOW CAN CLINISEPT+ BE GENTLE ON THE SKIN WHEN IT CONTAINS PHOSPHORIC ACID?

Phosphoric acid is used in the manufacturing process to form the hypochlorous in Clinisept+. This process produces a pH that matches that of human skin and which is far less acidic than most carbonated soft drinks.


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