Support BBC’s Children In Need with SurSol sanitisers and disinfectant products!

Sursol anti bac

by Maria Martin |

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SurSol® products are alcohol-free! In testing, they have been proven to be more effective than alcohol-based products, ideal for use by mothers, fathers and children young and old. They are also ideal for use in educational, religious places, Nursing and Care homes.

SurSol® sanitisers & disinfectant products are designed to help protect from germs & bacteria. Manufactured in the UK.

Most SurSol® products are tested and certified to kill 99.99% of bacteria and viruses including: Coronavirus & RNA Enveloped Viruses and certified to BS EN 1500, BS EN 1276, EN 14476 and ASTM E2315 standards. SurSol® are trusted products and are supplied into the NHS.​

Proud to be one of BBC Children In Need’s partners

In addition to the fact the brand is now globally known, they have partnered with BBC Children in Need and created a hand sanitiser powered by SurSol®. Children in Need is an all-year-round charitable cause, and they need continuous support.

The exclusive Pudsey-branded blue SurSol® bottle launched in November 2020 and is available all year round. For every 100ml bottle sold, Sursol will be donating 25p to Children in Need. Buy here.

This is a long-term partnership between BBC Children in Need and SurSol®, ensuring that Britain’s families and local communities will be able to access family-friendly alcohol-free sanitisation products in schools, leisure, retail and online.

About SurSol® Hand Sanitiser

  • 0 per cent Alcohol – Alcohol-Free

  • Moisturises to prevent your hands from drying out

  • Does not damage hands or cause skin irritation

  • 4-hour protection

  • Can be used for the whole family

  • Works in less than 30 seconds, unlike others that can take up to 2 minutes

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Other SurSol products

SurSol® Face Mask Sanitising Spray: This is a broad spectrum, anti-bacterial and anti-viral treatment for sanitising facemasks. This product is designed to eliminate bacteria and viruses to reduce the spread of harmful germs and viruses. Suitable for use on all types of face masks, including visors. (Tested to and passed: BS EN 1500, BS EN 1276, EN 14476, BS EN 13697, ASTM E2315).

SurSol® Garment disinfectant Spray: This is a broad spectrum anti-bacterial garment spray that is to be used to sanitise clothing between washes. It kills 99.99 per cent of germs and viruses including coronavirus and enveloped viruses. Sursol® Garment Disinfectant is safe to use on most clothing, even delicates. Tested to and passed: EN 14476, EN 13697, EN 1276, No harsh chemical odours., Suitable for most clothing, Great to use between washes.

SurSol Surface Disinfectant: SurSol™ Surface Disinfectant Spray Kills 99.99% of Germs and Viruses Including Coronavirus. SurSol Surface Disinfectant is a broad spectrum anti-bacterial / anti-viral treatment that can be used on most hard surfaces. Advanced formulation can continue to stay active on the surface for up to four hours after initial application. (Tested to and passed: EN 14476, EN 13697, EN 1276).

Alcohol vs non-alcohol

Alcohol is what is called a flash sanitising product and works against germs when wet (which is within 15 seconds) as soon as it dries out it stops working. It has no residual germ-killing effect and once the alcohol has evaporated, the germ-killing action stops. It is extremely effective for flash/immediate disinfection. Repeated and regular disinfection is required.

Extended use of alcohol sanitisers and extensive washing of the hands has been shown to lead to Irritable Contact Dermatitis (ICD). 85 per cent of health care workers suffer from some form of ICD. As a result, up to 80 per cent of health care workers in some settings do not apply a sanitiser as often as required by Infection Control. The British Medical Journal (BMJ) recommends the use of skin cleansers that do not de-fat skin or contain harsh abrasives. Most alcohol gels have at least 60 per cent alcohol content and will de-fat skin with every use. ICD is now recognised as an occupational hazard for healthcare workers.

"Hand sanitisation is so important but can dry skin out. It's really helpful to have options that are effective but alcohol-free," said Dr Sarah Jarvis.

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