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Created by infection prevention experts, CovaGuard™ Spray Antimicrobial Hand Sanitizer's patent-pending formulation is effective in destroying harmful bacteria to provide antiseptic cleansing. Our products are cleared by the FDA, and we have clearances by regulators in other jurisdictions.
As a hospital based specialist I have found that Covaguard has been a significant advance in infection control. The repeated use of hand sanitizer through the day causes skin irritation and breakdown... (cont'd)
(cont'd) With Covaguard I have reduced the frequency of sanitizer application and the result is elimination of dry, cracking skin. At the same time I remain confident that the anti microbial action of Covaguard remains active. I don’t have to withstand irritation to be sure I have protection.
I liked it as l did not have to put on a hand sanitizer every time l went into a store and therefore it will not dry out my hands. And some sanitizers have a harsh smell.
I enjoy the product. I have a skin condition that reacts to some of the harsh sanitizers, however your product is much easier on my skin and doesn't leave them feeling so dry. I also appreciate that it doesn't have an offensive smell like some sanitizers available now.
The antimicrobial activity of CovaGuard is made from a unique and patent pending technology that incorporates Benzalkonium Chloride (BAC), which was chosen for its proven ability (over 30 years of evidence) to help prevent the spread of bacteria.
Combining the effectiveness of BAC with additional proprietary ingredients and emollients, CovaGuard keeps skin soft and is effective in destroying harmful bacteria to provide antiseptic cleansing.
We aren't kidding when we say, this isn't just any hand sanitizer!
For life in the New Normal
CovaGuard™ protects through the proprietary formulation's ability to maintain activity on a surface and create a lipid barrier, which attracts and traps bacteria and germs, killing them upon exposure to its antimicrobial agent.