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Oxafence active-protection antimicrobial technology is the latest in pathogen-defense solutions. Most current pathogen protection technologies either trap pathogens or disinfect pathogens after infection. Very few protective technologies exist to actively destroy pathogens during product use or wear. Singletto’s perpetual action technology allows for continual self-disinfection, when used as directed. Learn More about our Technology.
The hundred-year-old medical practice of Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) deploys light and colored dyes to treat cancer and skin conditions. The same principles are now applied in novel ways to provide perpetual protection from dangerous pathogens, even COVID-19. Certain protective dyes have the unique molecular ability to transfer energy from surrounding light to nearby, ever-present oxygen, briefly exciting such to the state of singlet oxygen. Singlet oxygen is well-known for its ability to destroy pathogens, including viruses, bacteria, and fungi. A recent 52-researcher, worldwide WHO-led study confirmed such, and is published in the journal of Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology
Singletto’s Oxafence spray provides continuous, proactive protection from pathogens, when used as described.
Shake gently before each use. Spray eight (8) pumps on soft surfaces, or until thoroughly covered. Allow to dry.
Apply with care. May cause discoloration of fabrics and surfaces. Spills or leaks from the bottle may result in unwanted staining of surfaces. Avoid excessive overspray when applying the product. Store the bottle in a cool, dry, and dark location. Avoid excessive or ongoing exposure to light during storage. For external use only, do not spray the product on humans or animals. Do not ingest the product. If ingestion occurs, please contact your physician. Keep this product out of reach of children.
Oxafence spray’s active ingredient is Methylene Blue. This product is not to be used on any surface or instrument that (1) is introduced directly into the human body, either into or in contact with the bloodstream or normally sterile areas of the body, or (2) contacts intact mucous membranes but which does not ordinarily penetrate the blood barrier or otherwise.