Organic and natural ingredients 99,9% effective against respiratory tract bacterias. (Tested according to EN 1276 test method at accredited laboratuary.)
Safe for skin with natural and certified organic ingredients.
Antioxidants, vitamins and minerals from organic and natural ingredients protects skin barrier and keep skin moisturized and healthy.
Wet wipes safe to use all types of skin face and body.
Don’t use on eye area.
Safe for use of children older than 6 months.
Cruelty Free, not tested on animals.
Safe for environment
Benefits of Alcohol Free Formula:
Alcohol free natural formula keeps the skin barrier permeable as part of its structure is oil, ceramides, which are kind of fat, which maintains skin integrity.
Alcohol-based hand sanitizers have been proven effective in reducing the spread of microbial infections. However, frequent use of alcohol-based formulations of hand sanitizers can cause adverse skin effects, such as allergic and irritant contact dermatitis (1).
Linoleic and oleic acids soften the skin and provide moisturization, display anti‐inflammatory properties and reduce skin irritation .
Thyme oil have a wide antimicrobial spectrum, including Gram‐positive and Gram‐negative bacteria. These include foodborne bacteria such as Salmonella, Escherichia, Pseudomonas, Listeria, and Bacillus species and some pathogens implicated in respiratory tract infections .
Anthraquinones act as analgesics, antibacterials and antivirals.
Vitamins A, C, E, which are antioxidants, neutralize free radicals.
Enzymes help to reduce inflammation when applied to the skin locally.
Minerals provide calcium, chromium, copper, selenium, magnesium, manganese, potassium, sodium and zinc.
Fatty acids have anti-inflammatory effect and possess antiseptic and analgesic properties 
Demonstrated good antibacterial activities against a range of bacteria that are resistent to antimicrobial agents. Lavender oil has also been reported to be an effective antifungal activity .
Has vitamin E, C that are antioxidants, neutralize free radicals .
Tea Tree Oil
Studies demonstrated that tea tree oil (TTO) had a well-known antiviral activity against Influenza A .
Tea tree oil exhibits a broad spectrum of antimicrobial activity[7,8]. It is active against both Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria and other pathogenic yeast. It is also known for its potent cidal properties .
How to Use Herbal Impact: Apply enough of the product to the palm of your hand to wet your hands completely.
Rub your hands, covering all surfaces, for up to 25 seconds or until they dry out.
Warnings: Keep away from direct sun light. Keep out of eyes. In case of eye contact, immediately flush out your eyes with water then contact a doctor. For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if you have an allergy to any of the ingredients of the product.
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2) Bahare Salehi, Abhay Prakash Mishra, Ila Shukla et. al. Thymol, thyme, and other plant sources: Health and potential uses. Phytotherapy Research. 2018;1–19.
3) Amar Surjushe, Resham Vasani et. al. Aloe Vera: A Short Review. Indian J Dermatol. 2008; 53(4): 163–166.53(4): 163–166.
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5) ChenXinga1ChunqingQina1 et al. Chemical composition and biological activities of essential oil isolated by HS-SPME and UAHD from fruits of bergamot. LWT Volume 104, May 2019, Pages 38-44.
6) Garozzo A, Timpanaro R et. al. Activity of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil on Influenza virus A/PR/8: study on the mechanism of action. Antiviral Res. 2011 Jan;89(1):83-8. doi: 10.1016/j.antiviral.2010.11.010. Epub 2010 Nov 21.
7) Carson C.F, Riley T.V and Cookson B.D, Efficacy and safety of tea tree oil as a topical antimicrobial agent. Journal of Hospital Infection, 40: 175-178, (1998).
8) Sanchez-Gonzalez L, Gonzalez-Martinez C, Chiralt A and Chafer M, Physical and antimicrobial properties of chitosan-tea tree essential oil composite films. Journal of Food Engineering, 98: 443-452, (2010).
9) Pisseri F, Bertoli A, Nardoni S, Pinto L, Pistelli L, Guidi G and Mancianti F, Antifungal activity of tea tree oil from Melaleuca alternifolia against Trichophyton equinum: An in vivo assay. Phytomedicine, 16: 1056-1058, (2009)