Welcome to EcoHydra; the home of a new generation of alcohol free antimicrobial skincare incorporating our unique BASE Technology™.
Developed to the highest standards for use in demanding clinical, healthcare and hygiene reliant environments in which infection prevention is of the upmost importance, our range of antimicrobial, alcohol free hand sanitiser and self complementing handwash, barrier cream and hand lotion provides a complete solution to hand hygiene, and encourages better hand hygiene compliance.
Targeted directly at improving hand hygiene in every situation, EcoHydra is used in hospitals, homes, schools and space stations combating the increase of healthcare associated infections (as reported by the World Health Organisation) and promoting better hand hygiene, with the ultimate aim to prevent the spread of infections.
Current alcohol based hand hygiene products are less efficient in use and typically less cost-effective than EcoHydra’s new antimicrobial alcohol free hand sanitiser. The inclusion of moisturising agents for the skin in EcoHydra's products encourages regular use rather than causing irritation and dryness, a huge benefit for those needing to wash their hands frequently on a daily basis.
Full details of the testing to which we submitted the EcoHydra range can be found in our technical data section, and more information on each product in the range appears in the products and FAQ sections or can be gained by contacting a member of our team; we look forward to talking to you.
Why Choose EcoHydra's Hand Sanitiser?
Not all hand Sanitisers are created equal!
- Why is 99.9999% (EcoHydra) so much better than 99.99% or 99.9%? Because it’s 100x or 1000x more effective!
- There may be 10m germs on a normal ‘clean-looking’ hand
- The typical high street product kills 99.9% - leaving up to 10,000 germs on the hands to breed and pass along
- EcoHydra consistently kills up to 99.9999% - leaving no more than 10 germs
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