How BioGlove Stacks Up

BioGlove

  • 12+ Hr Protection with One Application
  • Antimicrobial protection even when applied to
    soiled, dirty, greasy hands
  • Gently Moisturizes Sensitive Skin
  • Kills Bacteria, Viruses, Fungi on Contact
  • All-Day Germ Protection for Pennies
  • Complete Non-Alcohol Formulation
  • Clean, Refreshing Scent
  • Prevents Pathogen Mutation (Superbugs)
  • Non-Toxic & Non-Flammable

Alcohol Sanitizers

  • Protects for 30 sec (until alcohol evaporates)
  • Alcohol when applied, cannot penetrate the dirt or
    oily layer and is ineffective
  • Causes drying, chaffing, and cracking
  • Kills Bacteria, Viruses, Fungi on Contact
  • Encourages superbugs in some circumstances
  • Highly Toxic and Highly Flammable
  • FDA List of Sanitizers to Avoid

BioGlove vs Alcohol Hand Sanitizer

Hygiene is essential both at home and at work. Family and staff productivity depends on the health of the living conditions. The Covid-19 pandemic, in particular, has raised awareness of the significance of sophisticated hygiene maintenance practices.

It is estimated that over 80 percent of infections occur by direct hand contact with other humans and contaminated surfaces. This fact means that most surfaces we come in contact with contain bacteria and other germs.

To maintain proper hygiene, we turn to hand sanitizers. But how many of these sanitizers really offer the protection we need?

Alcohol-based hand sanitizers are less effective when applied to dirty hands. The alcoholic content does not penetrate the oil or dirt layer. It only reduces germs’ concentration on the surface. After 30 seconds or less, the alcohol evaporates and leaves your hands unsafe and vulnerable until you apply again.

Regular use of alcohol-based hand sanitizer leaves a biofilm on your skin layer that attracts dirt and supports the growth of bacteria and germs. Besides, the alcohol hand sanitizer may lead to chapping and drying of hands. What’s more, a sanitizer can only be effective if it contains 62 percent or more of alcohol. Traditional hand sanitizers can lead to alcohol poisoning if used because they are highly flammable.

On the other hand, a single application of The Invisible Glove™ eliminates viruses, bacteria, fungi, and maintains a prolonged protective barrier. It also moisturizes your skin, unlike other sanitizers that offer safety for a few minutes leaving your hands dry.

What is BioGlove, and how does it work?

The BioGlove™ is one of the leading hand sanitizers with an alcohol-free microbial defense mechanism. Once applied, this sanitizer creates a protective antimicrobial layer that is not only moisturizing but also offers long-term protection. BioGlove™ eliminates bacterial, viral, and fungal infection by inactivating infectious agents. Also, this sanitizer will prevent reinfection through the long-lasting protective layer.

Other hand sanitizer brands often feature ethynol or isopropyl alcohol formulations that offer short-term protection. What’s more, these formulation ingredients are anti-bacterial, hence, may not provide adequate fungal and virus protection.

BioGlove™ has a revolutionary antimicrobial mechanism that is nanotechnology infused. Its formulation comes with a positively charged polymer that creates bonds on the skin surface. This layer is spike-like, so it attracts microbes and punctures their cell membrane. The microbes then end up destabilized and will die in the process. The virus-killing screen of BioGlove™ offers continuous protection as it penetrates the epidermis uniquely.

Unlike alcohol sanitizers, BioGlove™ retains its anti-microbial properties, hence, maintaining its strength and spiky nature to attract other microbes.

BioGlove™ products are available in varying formulations depending on the use. Also, the BioGlove™ products are sustainable as the brand strives to create a greener planet. You can refill to reuse the BioGlove™ sanitizer bottles to protect the landfill.

General Info / Facts:

$
Alcohol hand sanitizers are ineffective when applied to hands that are not completely clean (Alcohol cannot penetrate the film of grease, dirt or oil on the epidermis) thus making them ineffective.
$
Alcohol hand sanitizers can quickly reduce the number of germs on your hands, but since alcohol evaporates within 30 seconds, it leaves hands vulnerable and unprotected until the next application.
$
Frequent use of alcohol gel sanitizers leaves a biofilm on skin surfaces that actually trap dirt and foster the growth of germs and bacteria.
$
Alcohol hand sanitizers are only effective if they contain enough alcohol 62% (sixty-two percent IPA).
$
Alcohol-based hand sanitizers contribute to drying and chapping of hands.
$
Traditional hand sanitizers are highly flammable and can cause alcohol poisoning if ingested.

BioGlove is effective against MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus)

Z
MRSA is a type of Staph bacteria that can cause very serious bacterial infections
Z
It’s a superbug, resistant to most antibiotics such as Methicillin, Oxacillin, Penicillin, Amoxicillin
Z
Constantly increasing resistance to antibiotics. Spread by contact
Z
Responsible for an estimated 20,000 deaths each year (cdc.gov)

BioGlove is effective against C. diff (Clostridium difficile)

5
Bacterium that can cause symptoms ranging from diarrhea to life-threatening inflammation of the colon
5
9,000 cases of C.diff are hospital-acquired (cdc.gov)
5
Responsible for an estimated 28,000 deaths annually (cdc.gov)
5
Bacterium can exist as dormant spores and survive months on hard surfaces
5
Alcohol based hand sanitizers don’t kill C. diff and are ineffective against the spores.
5
Soap and water cannot kill C. diff in spore form

BioGlove is effective against Norovirus (Stomach bug)

5
Highly contagious for up to two weeks; notorious for outbreaks on cruise ships, schools, nursing homes
5
Causes acute gastroenteritis; the most common symptoms are diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach pain
5
Leading cause of infectious outbreaks in hospitals in the US (American Journal of Infection Control)
5
Affect more than 20 million Americans every year, causing an estimated 800 deaths (cdc.gov)
5
There is no vaccine and no treatment for norovirus

BioGlove PBG is effective against H1N1 (Influenza or the flu virus)

5
Highly contagious
5
Spreads mainly person-to-person through coughing or sneezing of infected people
5
Flu vaccines can cause flu like symptoms, allergies, or side effects, and do not protect against all strains
of influenza
5
Over 60 million cases annually (cdc.gov)
5
Over 12 million deaths from April 2009 – April 2010 (cdc.gov)