Save a Trip to the Doctor with HIBICLENS

A mom’s super heroine duties includes saving their children from sickness and doctor visits. Moms already have to help with homework, do laundry, prepare meals, and more. A sick child, while inevitable, can really throw off your schedule and monthly budget. Health is the center of a productive life. Why not use a hand soap that can help protect your family against the spread of disease and illness? HIBICLENS® is antimicrobial hand soap, skin cleanser, and antiseptic that’s tough on germs but gentle on the most sensitive skin – including children.


How it Works

HIBICLENS works efficiently and effectively to kill germs immediately with its active ingredient Chlorhexidine Gluconate [CHG]. One hand washing session with HIBICLENS antimicrobial soap protects your skin from harmful germs for up to 24 hours. HIBICLENS is effective, efficient, long lasting and gentle enough for everyday use in the daily fight against disease. The average doctor visit for a sick child (newborn to 16 years old) can cost from $115 to $160 according to Blue Cross Blue Shield. Remember, health insurance costs and your policy might have deductibles and co-pays so it’s better to stay out of the doctor’s office. Help your family’s health and budget with the daily use of HIBICLENS.

Germs Are Everywhere

You might not realize the number of germs you come in contact with everyday. Germs are all over public transportation seats and rails, trashcans, doorknobs, toys, and various shared spaces. On average you come in contact with 300 surfaces every 30 minutes with an exposure of up to 840,000 germs (according to the 2011 Tork® Report). These are sobering numbers. That also reminds us that germs are all around us and not just in the seemingly dirty places. Your family needs a powerful solution like HIBICLENS to combat all these germs.

Hygiene Starts at Home

The battle against infection begins at home. A daily hand washing routine is your best friend when trying to fight germs, prevent illness, and curb the spread of disease and illness to neighbors.

On average about 200,000 people are hospitalized with Influenza every year and 10 percent

No Triclosan

HIBICLENS does not contain Triclosan, an antibacterial and antifungal agent found in some soaps, detergents, cosmetics, and surgical cleaning products. According to The Mayo Clinic, research has found that Triclosan might be harmful to the immune system and can contribute to the development of antibiotic-resistant germs. HIBICLENS is triclosan-free so there’s no need to worry.

How to Wash Your Hands with HIBICLENS

Now it’s time to show you how easy it is to use HIBICLENS. First, wet your hands with warm water. Next, place 5mL (about 1 teaspoon) of HIBICLENS in the palm of your hand and scrub your hands for 15 seconds. Lastly, rinse and dry area(s) thoroughly. Now your hands are protected from nasty germs for up to 24 hours! That’s pretty easy right?

Commit to protecting your family from this germy world with daily hand washing with HIBICLENS antimicrobial soap. Take the first step to protecting your family today with a money-saving coupon and more information at

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.

3 thoughts on “Save a Trip to the Doctor with HIBICLENS”

  1. I have never heard of this product before , but it sounds amazing and definitely something I could use in my home. Having a large family and eight grandchildren , children often spread germs so this would definitely help,

  2. They have this all over the military hospital that we use. I’d never heard of triclosan before though.

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