BAC-D Hand Sanitizer & Wound Care is tough on germs yet gentle on skin. BAC-D kills 99.99% of bacteria and viruses, including Staph, MRSA, E. Coli and Salmonella without drying or irritating skin. BAC-D Hand Sanitizer & Wound Care continues to reduce contamination for an extended period after application. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers offer zero protection against germs, bacteria and viruses once the product has dried. BAC-D Antibacterial Hand Sanitizer & Wound Care provides dual-purpose protection, killing 99.99% of bacteria & viruses on both hands and wounds. BAC-D is a safe and effective anti-microbial for use on cuts, scrapes, burns, lacerations and skin infections as well as a superior hand sanitizer. Active Ingredient: BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE. Using a proven biocide as an active ingredient, BAC-D products are formulated to kill and inhibit the growth of bacteria that cause skin and other commonly transmitted bacterial infections. Our technology is the difference! BAC-D Sanitizers are infused with a heavy ion concentration which electrochemically changes germ structure and assists the body in retaining the good biocides. This heavy ion concentration also decreases resistivity dramatically, meaning germ strains are less able to resist the change. BAC-D is tough on germs, gentle on skin: alcohol-free, triclosan-free, saline-free, fragrance-free. The larger 7.1oz dispenser will serve those heavy use areas well.
BAC-D non alcohol hand and wound sanitizer kills 99.99% of bacteria and viruses, including Staph, MRSA, E. Coli and Salmonella without drying or irritating skin
Continues to reduce contamination for an extended period after application
Safe and effective anti-microbial for use on cuts, scrapes, burns, lacerations and skin infections as well as a superior hand sanitizer
Safe for children; Ideal for schools, day cares and anywhere you want to kill germs
BAC-D technology is a patent-pending process using 0.13% Benzalkonium Chloride, an antimicrobial agent recognized by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)