The disinfectants by perfectpur are the first fully natural water-based disinfectants
with a VAH-certification.
- Substances in traditional disinfectants can provoke allergies and dermatopathies, such as eczema.
- The protective layer of the skin shields it from drying out and from pathogenic germs. Traditional disinfectants disturb the natural balance of the skin by killing off bacteria and fungi that are important for the skins health.
- Through the usage of these traditional disinfectants it is possible for microorganisms to develop a certain resistance. These products are also suspected to stimulate antibiotic-resistant pathogens.
All this is not the case with “perfectpur” disinfectants!
Scientists have developed a sodium hypochlorite, identical to the one that is naturally inside the human body, which kills every germ, including the multi-resistant germs, except for endogenous germs.
Therefore it is completely harmless and can be safely used for humans, animals and nature.
A hygienic hand-disinfection should be part of the daily routine to minimize the exposure to pathogens and therefore the risk of infection.
Since about 80% of all infections are transmitted through the hands, the hand hygiene is of especially great importance concerning the prevention of infection
Thanks to a hygienic hand-disinfection the chain of infection can be interrupted. Hand-disinfection deliberately kills off or rather inactivates pathogens on the hands.
Disinfection is about 100 times more effective than washing the hands.
For this purpose you should always carry perfectpur hand-disinfection with you. In kindergartens, schools and other activities involving continuous human contact, such as libraries or city administration, the usage of disinfectants is crucial in order to prevent the transmittance of pathogens. In these domains not only the morbidity rate through gastrointestinal and respiratory infections is being minimized trough the random use of hand-disinfectants, but also the number of absent days due to sickness is reduced.