Hotels and Restaurants: 99.99% Germ Protection for Guests & Employees
Ensuring the personal hygiene of employees and guests with Lifebuoy.
22 Dec 2020
2 min read
Created in 1894 by William Lever, founder of Unilever, to fight the cholera epidemic in Victorian England, Lifebuoy has been the benchmark brand for soaps and antibacterial solutions around the world for more than 120 years. Present in more than 60 countries, it is committed and recognized as an expert in the prevention of diseases due to its education programs on hand washing and partnership with many non-governmental organizations such as Unicef and Save The Children.
Today, the Lifebuoy brand is so much more. With its many soap variants and specially designed body washes, Lifebuoy products give protection from 10 infection-causing germs. These, along with the range of liquid hand washes and hand sanitizers, ensure daily hygiene and freshness for your staff and guests.
Hygiene and Consumer Confidence Go Hand in Hand
About Our Alcohol-Based Sanitizers:
Just take a drop and apply on your palm. Spread and rub over back of your hands and fingertips until dry. Your hands are free from 99.99% germs instantly, without water. A convenient and instant way to hygienic hands – be it front-of-house with guests or back-of-house with staff.
How does Lifebuoy Soap and alcohol-based sanitizer work against the COVID-19 virus?
As prescribed by WHO, use of soap and alcohol-based sanitizers is an effective way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by hand transmission. Coronaviruses including the novel strain COVID-19 are enveloped viruses. Lifebuoy soap and alcohol-based hand sanitizer will be effective against enveloped viruses by inactivating the envelop of the virus and making it non-infectious.
Do hand sanitizers work as effectively as soap?
Washing your hands with soap and water is a great choice for cleaning your hands and removing dirt and germs. However, if soap and water is not available, then use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers is recommended by health authorities. But it is important to use the correct hand sanitizer – one that contains alcohol. Not all hand sanitizers are the same.
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