Since its invention nearly 200 years ago, bleach has been used everywhere from households to hospital disinfection. Today, the beauty industry is moving away from harsh chemicals and searching for safer product alternatives. Why not switch to a safer yet more effective disinfectant?
Introducing Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide® (AHP®), the technology that changed professional cleaning and disinfection. AHP is used in hospitals, dental clinics, veterinary facilities and has even been approved for use on the International Space Station!
AHP is Better for Your Health
When using bleach, it’s recommended users wear protection like gloves, because bleach can be irritating to eyes and skin. Bleach should also be used in ventilated spaces as it can trigger asthma and impact the respiratory system. AHP on the other hand, is non-toxic and non-irritating, making it safer to use in any area. In fact, it comes with no distinctive chemical smell and leaves no toxic residue on surfaces, equipment or devices.
AHP is Better for the Environment
The chlorine in bleach leaves behind toxic residues and can create byproducts that are harmful to the environment. AHP however breaks down into water and oxygen without leaving behind toxic residue or harmful chemicals. AHP helps keep our planet sustainable.
AHP is Better at Cleaning and Disinfecting
Did you know, bleach is not a good cleaner? Bleach does not contain any surfactants (detergents) and can not achieve disinfection on a dirty surface. Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide, however, is an excellent cleaner, as it’s able to remove dirt and debris found in your salon and spa. With AHP you can clean and disinfect in one easy step allowing you to get on with your day.
Prevention™ is Powered by AHP
Prevention™ spa and salon disinfectants are powered by patented Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide®, resulting in cleaning and disinfection that is faster, safer, and environmentally responsible. Prevention has been specifically formulated for use in spas, salons and beauty clinics, keeping you compliant with local and state health regulations.