Alcohol Sanitizers Cleanse, But They Don't Protect
ONE For All is supported by independent microbiological research.
ONE For All kills >99.9% of Bacteria, Viruses and Fungi within 15 seconds. In this test, the hand sanitizer rendered the petri dish clear of bacteria.
Bacteria growth shows up as white mass in petri dish. 70% Alcohol hand sanitizer kills microbes within 15 seconds, but does not offer lasting protection.
Petri dish remains clear of bacteria. One For All Sanitizer kills >99.9% of microbes within 15 seconds ... and keeps on actively killing them for up to 24 hours.
ONE For All was developed to meet the demands of Medical and Dental Offices
Outperforms alcohol hand sanitizers in ways that matter to medical offices. First, it’s designed to offer long-lasting protection: Apply it before seeing patients and feel confident that you and your staff are protected. And ONE For All is alcohol-free, so it’s non-drying, which helps avoid painful, dry and chapped skin (another opportunity for infection).
Alcohol-free performance and protection for your practice
Kills >99.9% of germs
Forms a protective barrier that keeps on killing germs until you wash it off, thanks to patented Nanodex™ technology, which creates a long-lasting germicidal barrier.
Non-Sticky + Non-Drying
Alcohol-free formula moisturizes and protects the skin, with Jojoba Oil, Tea Tree and Rosemary Oils and skin-supporting Vitamins C and E. Leaves hands feeling smooth and moisturized.
Easy to Use
Apply ONE before seeing patients or colleagues, handling the mail, touching commonly-contaminated surfaces… or any time you want protection without frequent reapplication.
Formulated by a team of doctors and scientists, with funding from the NSF
The product development team for ONE For All includes internationally recognized scientists and clinicians, who were awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant to develop the next generation of sanitizers in the fight against infectious diseases such as COVID-19.
Dr. Philip Ho, CEO of Ho Dental Company (and a practicing dentist), served as head of product development for ONE For All.