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  • What is the active ingredient in Clinisoothe+ Skin Purifier?
    The main active ingredient in Clinisoothe+ Skin Purifier is sodium hypochlorite. Our unique laboratory process converts sodium hypochlorite into a high purity hypochlorous and harnesses the power of Clinisoothe+ hypochlorous to produce the perfect skin purifying solution. Our formula provides highly effective cleansing with none of the toxicity or nasties of traditional antimicrobial cleansing chemistries.
  • Are the ingredients in Clinisoothe+ Skin Purifier safe for my skin?
    Clinisoothe+ Skin Purifier is so effective because of the purity of the hypochlorous content. Despite it’s purity, hypochlorous is not absorbed by human skin cells. It has a skin neutral pH and contains no alcohol, petroleum, lanolin, oils or sulphates. It is non-toxic and non-irritant to human skin and is even non-cytotoxic to human skin cells. It is suitable for use on even the most sensitive skin.
  • Is Clinisoothe+ suitable for all skin types?
    Yes! Clinisoothe+ is suitable for all skin types, including those prone to acne, spots, eczema, psoriasis, sensitive and sore skin and rosacea. To use Clinisoothe+ as part of your daily routine, we recommend using after cleansing and removing any makeup before use. Apply liberally by spraying directly onto the skin or wiping on with a soaked cotton pad. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.
  • Can I get an allergic reaction from Clinisoothe+ Skin Purifier?
    Although allergic reactions to Clinisoothe+ Skin Purifier are highly unlikely, in the rare event that irritation occurs when using the product, please discontinue use immediately. Consult your doctor if irritation does not go away after 3-5 days. If you suspect you have a sensitivity we would strongly recommend that you test a small amount of any new product on the inside of your elbow. If you experience any redness or tingling you should return the product for a refund.
  • How can Clinisoothe+ be gentle on the skin when it contains phosphoric acid?
    Phosphoric acid is used in the manufacturing process to form the hypochlorous in Clinisoothe+. This process produces a pH that matches that of human skin and is far less acidic than most carbonated soft drinks.
  • How should I store Clinisoothe+ Skin Purifier?
    Clinisoothe+ should be stored out of the reach of children and away from direct sunlight. If you wish to enhance its cooling sensation it can be kept in the fridge if desired.
  • How is Clinisoothe+ Skin Purifier different from other cleansers?
    Most cleansers with antimicrobial properties intended for use on skin, are weak poisons. Whilst they can be effective at killing some pathogens, they also affect healthy skin cells and inhibit skin regeneration. Clinisoothe+ is different in that it uses an oxidising method of action which causes no harm to human skin, even to re-growing skin cells.
  • Where is Clinisoothe+ Skin Purifier made?
    Clinisoothe+ is made in the UK in a dedicated ISO 13485 Medical Device facility. This facility is also accredited with ISO 9001.
  • Why does Clinisoothe+ smell like swimming pools?
    Clinisoothe+ is a highly stable, high purity, nature-replicating hypochlorous chemistry - nothing more, nothing less. You may find it has a mild smell of swimming pools when first applied. This is because that is how pure hypochlorous smells. We have chosen not to add fragrance to the product to ensure the purity of the hypochlorous and to avoid irritation for sensitive skin.
  • Can I use Clinisoothe if I’m pregnant or breastfeeding?
    Clinisoothe+ carries no contraindications and is safe to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.
  • Is Clinisoothe+ safe for use on my children?
    Clinisoothe+ is pH neutral, non-cytotoxic, hypoallergenic and paediatrician tested however we do not recommend the use of skin topicals on children under the age of 3. If you wish to use Clinisoothe+ on very young children we advise testing sensitivity with a patch test and discontinuing use if a reaction occurs.
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