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Hypochlorous Acid (HOCL) spray to break up biofilm and treat surface bacterial, fungal, viral or juvenile demodex skin mite infections


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There is a really good option, Hypochlorous Acid (HOCL) spray to treat surface skin infections caused by bad bacteria, fungus, viruses or juvenile demodex skin mites.  HOCL is a chemical produced by the human body in response to infections.  HOCL is a very weak acid but a VERY strong antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, and kills juvenile demodex skin mites. HOCL has been shown to break up biofilm on the surface of the skin.   

HOCL is non-irritating but very potent killing 23 strains of bad bacteria in one study.  HOCL does not kill the "good" bacteria that is a normal and healthy part of the skin's environment.   

HOCL is used to sanitize hospital ICUs and operating rooms, medical and dental offices.  The medical industry has used HOCL since WWI to clean battlefield wounds when they didn't have antibiotics.   Tattoo artists and Piercers recommend HOCL spray to their clients to help them heal up clean.   

HOCL is non-irritating to the skin and eyes.   HOCL spray has no preservatives.  HOCL is made by putting electrodes into salt water.  There are no other ingredients but HOCL, a pinch of salt and water, so its super safe, non-irritating and highly effective.  Zero safety warnings.

You can buy it on Amazon.   There are numerous brands that are good including Heyedrate, Occusoft Hypochlor and BrioTech.  I've used the others but currently use BrioTech since it is very affordable.  Currently its $11.95 for a 4 ounce bottle.  This is the same brand that the Tattoo Artists and Piercers recommend to their clients to heal without infection.   Here';s the Amazon link:

Instructions:   Apply after washing your face.   Spray on face and beard (if present).  Lightly massage it in with clean fingers.  You can use this spray as often as you like (during the day as well as right after washing the face).

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