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Is Tazza® effective against H1N1?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends practicing good hand hygiene as one of the ways you can help protect yourself from H1N1. While the FDA doesn’t allow us or any other hand sanitizer company to say that they kill the H1N1 virus, based upon data we do know that both Benzalkonium Chloride and Alcohol (the active ingredients in Tazza®) are both effective at inactivating Influenza A virus, which is the infections agent for H1N1.

How do I use Tazza®?

Apply liberally into the palm of your hand and rub into skin until dry. No rinsing necessary. Recommended for repeated use.

What is the active ingredient in Tazza®?

The active antibacterial ingredient in Alcohol-Free Tazza™ is Benzalkonium Chloride. Now say that ten times fast! Benza-something-or-other or BAC for short, is a safe and effective antiseptic with a four decade long history of use in leave-on products in FDA approved antibacterial skin products. While the active antibacterial ingredient in Alcohol-Based Tazza® is of course 62% ethanol.

What germs does Tazza® kill?

Very good question. Both brands kill 99.99% of the most common germs that may cause illness. This includes specific pathogens such as MRSA (Staph), Staph Aureus, Pseudomonas, Aeruginosa, Aspergillus, Candida Albicans and E. Coli.

How often can I use Tazza®?

Since both brands are formulated with aloe and other moisturizers, they can be used as often as you like.

How do I know it is killing 99.99% of most common germs?

Both Alcohol-Free & Alcohol-Based Tazza® complies with the FDA guidelines for no-rinse hand sanitizing and have been tested by independent laboratories to confirm the antimicrobial efficacy of the product.

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