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Skinman™ Foam

Gentle and Effective Foaming Hand Sanitiser.

New from Ecolab, Skinman Foam has been developed to be kind to users’ hands but highly effective against the pathogens that cause HCAIs. Its unique formulation of effective ingredients provides excellent protection, is non-sticky and easy to apply.

PRODUCT DETAILS

Soft on skin

Skinman Foam’s unique formulation combines five skin friendly ingredients, keeping hands soft and healthy, whilst protected against HCAIs.

Our performance Your advantage
GLYCERIN HYDRATES & MOISTURISES
Nourishing Glycerin hydrates dry skin by absorbing ambient water from the air, sealing it into the skin cells.
VITAMIN E PROTECTION AGAINST FREE RADICALS
With Vitamin E, an antioxidant that protects the skin at a cellular level and enhances its barrier function.
NIACINAMIDE STRENGTHENS & BOOSTS ELASTICITY
Niacinamide encourages the production of collagen and ceramides, which help to keep the skin strong and supple, preventing trans-epidermal water loss.
PEG 10, DIMETHICONE PROTECTS & LOCKS IN MOISTURE
Conditioning PEG 10 Dimethicone seals in moisture for long-lasting hydration.
ETHYLHEXYL, GLYCERIN BOOSTS MOISTURISERS
Emollient EthylHexylGlycerin enhances the moisturising powers of glycerin and improves the feel of the product on the skin.

Hard on pathogens

With highly effective active ingredients, Skinman Foam is fully virucidal and has excellent microbiocidal efficacy according to the latest EN test standards.

Active ingredient per 100g:
73.6g Ethanol

Use biocides safely. Always read the label and product information before use.

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