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AQtiv PURE Alcohol Free Hand & Body Sanitizer

Effective safer, gentler, solutions for First Aid and Skin Hygiene

  • The Next generation beyond alcohol sanitizers
  • First Aid Defense with Maximum Germ Protection
  • Recommended by Healthcare Professionals

Frequent cleansing of hands is important to minimize risk of infection or illness. Keep a personal size, AQtiv PURE alcohol free Hand & Body Sanitizer Gel or Spray in your purse or pocket, at home, at the office, and in the car so you are always prepared to sanitize your hands throughout the day. You will be prepared for any unexpected accident that causes minor cuts, scrapes, or burns as the AQtiv PURE Hand & Body Sanitizer gel or spray kills disease causing germs on contact. It effectively helps soothe, seal, and accelerate healing.



  • Broad spectrum antimicrobial active ingredient - Benzalkonium Chloride
  • Widely used in medical / laboratory community for more than 30 years
  • Maximum strength synergistic formula registered with the FDA
  • Kills fungus, yeast, bacteria, and other disease causing germs on contact helping to reduce chance of infection or illness
  • Advanced 2 in 1 dual product
  • First aid gel provides maximum infection protection for minor cuts, scrapes, and burns & Kills germs for convenient, effective hand/skin hygiene
  • Accelerates healing of skin
  • Softens, soothes, and moisturizes infected area reducing pain and inflammation as it seals out germs while moisturizers keep skin hydrated and help minimize scaring
  • Gentle moisturizing formula contains no Alcohol, Povidone Iodine, or CHG and is safe on open cuts and wounds
  • Provides excellent killing strength without causing dryness or irritation to skin and is able to be applied on all skin surfaces
  • Contains no Triclosan & PCMX
  • Offers greater breadth and effectiveness killing more germs (microbes)
  • Hypoallergenic, pH balanced 100% fragrance and dye free
  • Formulated for sensitive skin, students and professionals are more willing to comply with a hygiene program
  • No rinse formula
  • Saves time, is convenient, and increases hand sanitation compliance which studies show reduces rates of infection and absenteeism
  • Dries quickly and leaves no oily residue
  • Hands ready to go back to work in seconds
  • Daily multiple use formula
  • Keeps skin moist and supple with repeated daily use
  • Non-flammable, alcohol free
  • Can safely be placed within nursing station, classrooms, offices, and restrooms

- Alcohol sanitizers compared with Napalm

Below are portions of an article written in Forensic Nurse August 2004 and can be found at the following website:

Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizers, A Blessing or Hazardous Material?

By Marian Beck Clore, RN, BSN, ICP

“ Healthcare providers are recognizing that alcohol-based hand sanitizers are an effective alternative to washing hands with soap and water. When alcohol-based hand soap dispensers are conveniently located, more frequent hand cleansing is encouraged, less time is required and better compliance is promoted. Some facilities support the idea of mounting liquid hand sanitizing containers onto walls between patient rooms, near patient beds, in dirty utility rooms, etc. Bottles of hand sanitizers are kept in other easy-to-reach places, such as patient bedside stands, or healthcare workers (HCWs)' pockets. The problem? Alcohol-based gels, foams and liquids are extremely flammable and are classified as hazardous materials.”

“ Inquiries to the local fire department revealed that the fire codes approve hand-sanitizing products that are packaged and labeled according to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards. These products should be stored as any other flammable liquid would. Fire department officials were extremely surprised to hear that liquid hand sanitizers were so widely used, and at the same time, so highly flammable.”

“ While not statistically validated, experimentation was performed using six bottles of hand sanitizing gels, foams and liquids. The MSDS sheets for these products listed the flammability ratings of "3" and "4" (extremely flammable). Ignition testing produced the following results: Instantaneous combustion occurred; there was visible heat radiation, with no actual flame; and boiling was evident and visible. The facility fire inspector stated that he compared the combustion of alcohol-based hand sanitizers to that of napalm, as both have very similar ingredients and burning patterns.”

Marian Beck Clore, RN, BSN, ICP, is the infectious disease/safety coordinator for the Michigan Department of Corrections, Duane L. Waters Hospital in Jackson, Mich.

Link to Article - American Journal of Infection Control June 2002 Letter to Editor

Flash Fire Associated with the Use of Alcohol-Based Antiseptic Agent - Current status of fire hazard problem with alcohol sanitizers