5 HIBICLENS Stats for Your Health



Have you ever considered the impact that simply washing your hands can have on your health? We invite you to add to the impact by washing your hands everyday with HIBICLENS® antimicrobial soap. HIBICLENS is a medical grade antimicrobial soap, skin cleanser, and antiseptic globally trusted by hospitals, healthcare professionals, and moms. This pink soap packs a punch. It instantly kills bacteria, viruses, and fungi that cause various illnesses and diseases. We welcome you to read these five hygiene stats that will inspire you to establish a healthy hand washing routine with HIBICLENS.

Germs Germs Germs

Stat 1: on average, you encounter 300 surfaces every 30 minutes, exposing you to 840,000 germs (according to the 2011 Tork® Report).

These germs are the cause for everything from the common cold to Staph infections, which include MRSA. With a simple 15-second hand washing with HIBICLENS and warm water, you can combat these pesky germs.

Here’s how to wash your hands with HIBICLENS: first, rinse your hands with warm water. Next, using 5mL (about 1 teaspoon) of HIBICLENS, wash your hands for 15 seconds. Finally, rinse and dry your hands thoroughly.


HIBICLENS vs. Antibacterial Soaps

Stat 2: most antibacterial soaps offer no more protection against germs than average bar soaps (according to the Minnesota Department of Health).

This stat is sobering and should move you to switch from the antibacterial soap product in your home to HIBICLENS. Washing your hands with HIBICLENS kills germs on contact through its germ-killing agent Chlorhexidine Gluconate [CHG]. Keep reading for more info on HIBICLENS’s long-lasting protection.


Stat 3: Salmonella is estimated to cause 1.2 million illnesses in the United States every year (according to the CDC).

The Salmonella bacterium, which is found in contaminated raw meat, seafood, poultry, and eggs, causes food poisoning. HIBICLENS antimicrobial soap kills Salmonella bacteria instantly. We suggest that you keep HIBICLENS in your kitchen and anywhere Salmonella is commonly present.


Stat 4: on average, there are 94,360 MRSA infections annually, resulting in 18,650 deaths each year (according to the Public Health Foundation).

MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) is a bacterium that causes difficult-to-treat skin infections on humans. Its resistance to many antibiotics makes the bacteria dangerously resilient. You can help prevent the contraction of MRSA by washing your hands daily with HIBICLENS antimicrobial soap and sharing your knowledge of HIBICLENS with others.


Stat 5: Every year, 200,000 people are hospitalized with the flu – 10 percent of those being children under the age of five years old (according to the CDC).

HIBICLENS’s long-lasting germ protection – up to 24 hours (according to MBT Study No. 582-106, Study Protocol # 582. – helps protect you and your family from the flu. Have your family wash their hands with HIBICLENS before leaving for school, work, or any other outdoor activity. This simple commitment to daily hygiene will pay long-term dividends.

The battle against the infections and diseases we’ve discussed begins at home. HIBICLENS is convenient, effective, gentle on sensitive skin, and long lasting. Our mission is to help curb the spread of infectious diseases worldwide through the use of HIBICLENS. Are you ready to help us? Take the first step to protecting your family today with a money-saving coupon and more information at hibiclens.com.

Author: Kat

Kat is a married mom of three kids aged 19, 11, and 8 that lives close to Birmingham, AL. She loves cats, books, cooking, hockey, and watching movies. She is an admitted nerd, comic book lover, action figure & barbie doll collector, blackjack dealer, beginner croupier, and all around queen of the dorks. You can reach her at [email protected] to talk about product reviews, press trips, sponsorships, or brand messaging.

2 thoughts on “5 HIBICLENS Stats for Your Health”

  1. I have not tried this brand before but it sounds like a great way to keep germs at bay.

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