The threat of bacterial resistance in wound healing is always present, so what is the most effective topical antiseptic format?
An antiseptic product is more effective as a biocide when administered in a liquid form. A liquid has the capability to transport the active ingredient (Leucillin’s active is Hypochlorous Acid, HOCL) with ease into the infection site, this allows the solution to run over the surface of the skin, flowing into all corners, having a higher probability of coming into contact with an infecting pathogen. A spray has the added benefit that the very action of spraying will flush and debride pathogens from a wound.
In a gel or cream, the active is suspended within a viscous solution and is therefore unable to come into contact with further pathogens once applied.
Leucillin is a liquid antiseptic with impressive Log710 99.99999% results, it is administered via a spray or dropper. Leucillin has a wide and varied range of uses and capabilities within all areas of animal healthcare and is suitable for all mammals, birds and reptiles.