Residual active ingredients

Residual active ingredients refer to substances that do not evaporate and remain on the skin longer, so as to provide a lasting effect of the disinfectant or antiseptic. In theory, this provides longer protection from the multiplication of germs. However, the use of residual substances has recently been recognised as unnecessary for hand disinfection

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