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Hibiclens has been trusted by health care providers for over 40 years as a pre/post-operative antiseptic skin cleanser to help reduce the risk of infection. It’s strong enough to kill germs that live on the skin but gentle enough for routine family handwashing. Unlike regular soaps, Hibiclens not only begins killing germs immediately (1), it bonds safely with the skin and keeps on killing germs, even after washing. Its active ingredient, chlorhexidine gluconate provides extended protection against a wide range of bacteria that can cause infections (4) and leaves no sticky residue.
Whether you’re using it daily to protect your family from germs that live on the skin or as part of a pre/post-operative washing plan, you can trust Hibiclens! Make Hibiclens a part of your daily routine by keeping a bottle at sinks in your home, and make it a habit to wash your hands with it before heading out.
Hibiclens is for use only on the skin. Do not apply this medicine to deep cuts, scrapes, or open skin wounds. To use Hibiclens soap, apply only enough to cover the area you are treating. Wash the area gently, then rinse thoroughly with plain water. Please refer to Hibiclens Drug Facts label for full directions for use and indications.
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4. Denton, G. Chlorhexidine. In: Block S, ed. Disinfection, Sterilization, and Preservation, 4th Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1991:274-89.3.T
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