An antimicrobial skin spray. Basically
Heck yeah! Chapter 20 is approved by the FDA as a wound cleanser for minor skin irritations, minor skin abrasions, minor cuts and intact skin.
We continue to follow strict federal testing protocols to remain FDA compliant.
Chapter 20 is 100% hypoallergenic and cleared for use on ALL skin types. You read that correctly! Dirty baby hands, we have you covered. Delicate Diabetes skin, you’re all clear. Pregnant and concerned, we’re all-natural and safe for you.
Our antimicrobial spray is great to cleanse your hands, but also wonderful for other situations. Spray away for sunburns, cuts and scrapes and even bug bites!
*(Infants should be one month or older)
We use clean ingredients that won’t sting, irritate sensitive skin, exacerbate eczema or dry out skin. Specifically,
Sodium Chloride: Salt
Hypochlorous Acid: A naturally occurring compound produced by the body’s white blood cells as an antimicrobial agent. This is the human body’s immune response to infection.
- Hypochlorite Ion: A naturally occurring derivative that happens during the formulation of pure Hypochlorous Acid.
Because Chapter 20 contains Hypochlorous Acid, it works as an antimicrobial. An antimicrobial washes viruses, bacteria, pollution and fungi from the skin. Chapter 20 will not leave a residue behind.
As often as you want. For best results, spray liberally onto hands or other skin areas after exposure to new environments or after touching surfaces in public. Because Chapter 20 is alcohol-free, it won’t dry out or damage your skin. The FDA has no restrictions around frequency of use, so spray away.
Chapter 20 is a great way to prep your skin for other products. Allow the spray to dry completely before other products such as a moisturizer. Bonus points here, you can spray Chapter 20 on your skin even when you have other products on. Spray on top of your makeup, SPF for a refresh throughout the day.
Our bodies naturally produce Hypochlorous Acid within our white blood cells. To replicate this outside of the body, we use an electrochemical process that combines water (H20), salt (NaCl) and an electrical current. We use a proprietary stabilization method as part of the manufacturing process which keeps the solution pure and shelf stable.
The hypochlorous solution creates a mild smell of chlorine for a short period of time due to the very low level of free chlorine ions.
Chapter 20 is for external use only.
We use PET bottles. Why? Because PET is fully recyclable! So no need to separate a label or any of the bottle parts. Everytime a PET container is recycled, the petroleum feedstocks are recaptured and reused. BTW, all of our packaging components come from recycled materials as well.
Good ‘ol USA.