Derma-friendly hand protection for everyday clinical use

The OptiZil difference
OptiZil Hand Alcohol Based Hand Sanitisers
Alcohol-free and 99.9999% efficacy
Effective against viruses and bacteria in under 1 min
Safe for long-term use
Non Irritating – pH neutral
Ideal for children, the elderly and the immunocompromised
Prevents dermatitis and nail damage
Halal certified
100% environmentally responsible

Did you know?

  • Hand hygiene interventions can reduce the risk of respiratory infections by 16%.

  • Each extra hand hygiene event per day reduces daily transmission probability by about 3%.

  • Alcohol-based hand sanitisers are known to be ineffective against harder to kill ‘non-enveloped’ viruses?

  • They also interrupt the natural moisture balance of human skin, leading to redness, dryness, and irritation?

Switching to Optizil, our alcohol-free hypochlorous (HOCl) hand sanitiser, eliminates these risks. It is ideal for dental staff who have to sanitise their hands frequently. Or for use around children and vulnerable patients Our stabilised HOCl formula reduces cytotoxic (cell) risk for your patients, including children, pregnant women, the elderly and the immunocompromised.

Know the risks | Repeated use of alcohol-based hand sanitisers:

Reduce the risks | With the use of OptiZil

Performance

  • All-in-one hand and skin sanitiser formulation – disinfects skin within 1 minute
  • Kills 99.9999% bacteria, viruses, fungi, and spores – a much wider spectrum than alcohol hand rubs
  • Effective (BS14476) against enveloped viruses such as coronaviruses and hepatitis B & C and non-enveloped viruses such as norovirus and parvovirus
  • Effective against healthcare-acquired infections such as Pseudomonas, E.coli and MRSA
  • Extended HOCl shelf life
  • Convenient sizes: 100ml pump spray and 5L refill

Safer

  • Safe for you, your staff, and your patients, including vulnerable patient groups
  • Hypoallergenic and pH neutral – protecting patient and staff hands from inflammation and dryness
  • Non-cytotoxic – free from harmful quaternary ammonium compounds (QACs), bleach, alcohol, and aldehydes
  • Odourless
  • Biomimetic – uses the same chemical released in the body’s immune response

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OptiZil Knowledge

1. Why OptiZil?

OptiZil hand offers a powerful but kinder alternative to drying and irritating alcohol-based hand rubs: The virucidal action of our HOCl hand sanitiser is effective on even hard-to-kill, enveloped viruses – such as coronaviruses – in under one minute.

Our unique manufacturing process takes the very highest quality HOCl and stabilises it for over 12 months. This produces an effective hypochlorous hand sanitiser that is completely non-cytotoxic, non-sensitising, and non-irritating to human skin. 

OptiZil hand sanitiser is part of our innovative range that is designed specifically for the needs of busy dental practices. Our HOCl hand formulation eliminates bacteria, viruses, prions, fungi, and spores in a way that is faster and safer than any competitor products.

2. Testing & Regulatory Standards

  • BS EN 1276 Quantitative suspension test for the evaluation of the bactericidal activity of chemical disinfectants and antiseptics used in food, industrial, domestic and institutional areas.
  • BS EN 1500 Quantitative suspension for the efficacy of a hygienic handrub.
  • BS EN 12791 Surgical hand disinfection. 
  • BS 14476 Chemical disinfectants and antiseptics. Quantitative suspension test for the evaluation of virucidal activity in the medical area.

3. Evidence

  • HOCl is a non-toxic, non-corrosive disinfectant against the virus that causes COVID-19: Block, MS and Rowan, BG. Hypochlorous Acid: A Review. The Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 2020.
  • Using alcohol-based hand sanitisers can cause dryness and skin irritation: WHO Guidelines on Hand Hygiene in Healthcare, 2009. 
  • Hand sanitiser is the easiest, most effective way to decontaminate hands and reduce the rates of healthcare-associated infections: Mathur P. Hand hygiene: back to the basics of infection control. Indian Journal of Medical Research, 2011.

4. Data Sheet

OptiZil Data Sheet

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