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SURSOL SURSOL
SURSOL SURSOL

SurSol Anti-Bacterial Hand Sanitser 250ml - PCS Number 10076

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Sursol



Sursol™ is water based with natural moisturisers (aloe vera & camomile) included in the formulation this makes it safe, non-toxic, non-poisonous, alcohol-free and ideal for use with at risk patients such as alcohol dependent persons, children and the elderly. Alcohol gels are known to dry the skin regardless of additional moisturisers. Extended use of alcohol sanitizers and extensive washing of the hands has been shown to lead to Irritable Contact Dermatitis (ICD). 85% of health care workers suffer from some form of ICD. As result up to 80% of health care workers in some settings do not apply a sanitizer as often as required by Infection Control. The British Medical Journal (BMJ) recommends the use of skin cleansers that do not de-fat skin or contain harsh abrasives. Most alcohol gels have at least 60% alcohol content and will de-fat skin with every use. ICD is now recognised as an occupational hazard for healthcare workers.

Registered with The Department of Agriculture in Ireland - Irish PCS Number 10076

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Sursol

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Washroom

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Hand Soap, Creams & Lotions

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SURSOL SURSOL
SURSOL SURSOL

SurSol Anti-Bacterial Hand Sanitser 250ml - PCS Number 10076

Starting from
€7.49 Pack of 1
/
incl. VAT €9.21
- +
Compare
Order in the next
Get delivery by see exceptions*

Description

Sursol



Sursol™ is water based with natural moisturisers (aloe vera & camomile) included in the formulation this makes it safe, non-toxic, non-poisonous, alcohol-free and ideal for use with at risk patients such as alcohol dependent persons, children and the elderly. Alcohol gels are known to dry the skin regardless of additional moisturisers. Extended use of alcohol sanitizers and extensive washing of the hands has been shown to lead to Irritable Contact Dermatitis (ICD). 85% of health care workers suffer from some form of ICD. As result up to 80% of health care workers in some settings do not apply a sanitizer as often as required by Infection Control. The British Medical Journal (BMJ) recommends the use of skin cleansers that do not de-fat skin or contain harsh abrasives. Most alcohol gels have at least 60% alcohol content and will de-fat skin with every use. ICD is now recognised as an occupational hazard for healthcare workers.

Registered with The Department of Agriculture in Ireland - Irish PCS Number 10076

Customer Questions & Answers

Specifications

Brand

Sursol

Categories

Washroom

Category

Hand Soap, Creams & Lotions

Product Reviews

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