Keep your workplace safe: Help stop the spread of germs
Last updated on 16 November 2023
Protect your staff and customers from 99.99% of harmful germs between handwashes with Crystawash® 24 Hand Sanitiser.
Germs are everywhere, and now, more than ever, we need more effective, more convenient protection for our staff, customers & suppliers.
Illness through exposure to the latest strains of viruses can be an ongoing challenge in the workplace, as is keeping high-traffic areas clean and germ-free. Not everyone has their own personal sanitiser on hand or wants to continuously sanitise throughout the day.
Sanitisers should be readily available to everyone in the workplace and ideally placed in workstations, entrances and exits to minimise the risk of spreading nasty germs.
Crystawash® 24 foaming hand sanitiser covers the hands with a gentle, invisible, waterproof, biostatic layer that ruptures the membranes of germs upon contact. Allowing Crystawash® to keep on killing for up to 24 hours1 and provide effective protection against contact with multiple germ-infected surfaces.
The long-lasting, gentle protection of Crystawash® 24 offers real advantages over many other sanitisers. Traditional alcohol-based hand sanitisers lose their effectiveness as soon as they evaporate and require reapplication every time a new surface is touched. They also contain up to 70% alcohol, which tends to strip your skin of natural oils, leaving your hands dry and chapped.
Crystawash® Extend is:
- Made in New Zealand
- Sanitises and protects for up to 24hrs1
- Kills 99.99% of surface germs2
- Gentle, odourless, water-based foam
- Once-a-day application
- Non-sticky feel on the skin
Crystawash® 24 is non-toxic to humans and animals and gentle enough for use by anyone, including young children and the elderly.
For more information please visit the website Crystawash® 24.
- AFT Pharmaceuticals/AsureQuality Laboratory Services, New Zealand microbiological effectiveness study on skin.
- Eurofins BioPharma Product Testing, Australia; Protocol: TMD-110, EN 13727.