CurX is a non-alcohol hand sanitizer with the power to kill 99% of germs without damaging skin. By leveraging healthcare-grade ingredients without an alcohol base, we can achieve superior results without the harmful effects of excessive alcohol exposure.
No. There are no known side effects of our active ingredient, Benzalkonium Chloride (BZK) for the use of hand sanitization. BZK is used in many consumer products and is safe for use on skin.
Benzalkonium Chloride (BZK) is one of the most trusted, longest-used antiseptics in the healthcare industry. Our parents used it on our skinned knees with Bactine; hospitals use it to prep catheter sites due to its gentleness over alcohol. BZK is used by surgeons to prep surgical sites; over 70% of ophthalmic solutions contain it as a preservative.
BZK, the active ingredient of CurX, has been studied extensively in the healthcare industry. Please see our Science page for more literature and supporting data.
Please see our benefits section to compare CurX to traditional hand sanitizers.
Hand sanitizers are not subject to formal FDA review/approval processes; they fall into the antiseptic monograph, or a set of rules manufacturers must abide by to create/distribute such products. Our formula is compliant with the antiseptic monograph and manufactured in a GMP facility.
Yes, CurX is manufactured in the United States.
A single 8 oz. bottle can provide up to 1,500 uses.
This is an OTC (over-the-counter) drug and intended for human use only.
Yes. This is a skin antiseptic and can be used on all skin surfaces according to label recommendations.
As a skin antiseptic/hand sanitizer for healthcare workers and patients.