Pure Hypochlorous Acid Powder (HAP)
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Pure Hypochlorous Acid Powder (HAP)

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JoyCom Group® Pure Hypochlorous Acid Powder (HAP)

Portable!Storage easily!
Only one step, drop HAP into the 1 liter cool-water and you will get the fresh 100 ppm HOCls. 
To disinfect exactly, the fresh HOCls be applied in 3 months ASAP, please. 


Note: 
  1. Keeping HAP in cool, dry and dark.
  2. Please store HOCls in the opaque HDPE or PP container.
  3. For external use only.

How to prevent COVID-19 in daily life?
You can reduce the risks of being infected or spreading COVID-19 by using disinfectants such as Alcohol , Bleach or Hypochlorous acid. But do you know the differences between Alcohol , Bleach and Hypochlorous acid ? 

Bleach, NaClO, Basic pH > 7
Avoid skin contact due to its irritation.
Smelly chlorine odor. 

Hyprochlorous acid solution (HOCls), weak acid pH < 7

HOCls has excellent disinfectant effect for anti-virus and antibacterial. It is better than Alcohol-based products, and has less damages to skin because Hyprochlorous Acid (HOCl) is also self-produced in our body. Many researches show that HOCls has therapy potentials on wound clean, anti-pruritus (itch), deodorant and disinfectant on surgery or chronic wound.




Althourgh HOCls is so powerful, when you apply it, you must obey the following advice.
  1. Attention! HOCls ≠ NaClO ( Bleach)
  2. Proper working concentration :  100 ~ 200 ppm for instant disinfect (within 1 min)
  3. Avoid storing the HOCls made by electrolyzed because of the risk of toxic chlorine gas regeneration. 
  4. Correct pH value! Improper condition (pH >7) is not only invalid on disinfect but also harmful for human.

     



References:
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  2. Hypochlorous Acid: An Ideal Wound Care Agent With Powerful Microbicidal, Antibiofilm, and Wound Healing Potency, WOUNDS, 2014; 26(12):342-350. 
  3. Topical stabilized hypochlorous acid: The future gold standard for wound care and scar management in dermatologic and plastic surgery procedures. J Cosmet Dermatol. 2020;00:1–8.
  4. Topical Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) as a Potential Treatment of Pruritus. Curr Derm Rep, (2013) 2:181–190. 
  5. Evaluation of sprayed hypochlorous acid solutions for their virucidal activity against avian influenza virus through in vitro experiments. J. Vet. Med. Sci. 77(2): 211–215, 2015.
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  8. Hypochlorous acid is anti-pruritic and anti-inflammatory in a mouse model of atopic dermatitis. Clin exp allergy, Jan;48(1):78-88.