Melbourne based skincare company, Synergie Skin, is launching its own hospital grade Sanitiser Spray to meet the high demands of hand and surface sprays.
“As a chemist and immunology graduate, I am fortunate to have the knowledge and tools to take immediate action in this new climate. I am so proud to say that with Synergie’s vertically integrated structure and nimble manufacturing ability, I have been able to formulate a clean science Sanitiser Spray,” said Synergie Skin founder, Terri Vinson.
Encompassing Synergie’s unique ‘clean science’ philosophy, the formulation contains botanically derived alcohol and is free from any questionable ingredients including isopropyl alcohol. At 70% grain derived alcohol, Sanitiser Spray provides maximum hospital grade antimicrobial protection for hands and surfaces.
“Alcohol-based sanitisers must be at least 60% alcohol to be effective. Disinfectants and sanitisers on the market use isopropyl alcohol, which is twice as toxic and more absorbable in the bloodstream than ethanol. I have developed a safer, low irritant yet highly effective alternative using botanical ethanol instead. Synergie Skin's Sanitiser Spray is 70% grain derived alcohol and will be effective within one minute of contact. Sanitisers at 70% alcohol or more are considered hospital grade.”
At the heart of Synergie’s dedication to community health, the company will be donating 5% of all proceeds to the World Health Organisation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
The Sanitiser Spray is on counter March 26 and retails for $15 / 120mL. For hi-res image and more information, click here.