Thoroughly disinfect skin and prep patients for surgery with the best clinically effective antiseptic ointments available in Australia and New Zealand. Enjoy hassle-free delivery to clinics, businesses, and healthcare facilities, as well as free shipping on all Australian orders of $60 or more.
What's the difference between a disinfectant and an antiseptic? Which do you need?
The key difference between an antiseptic and a disinfectant is that an antiseptic is a skin disinfectant developed to be applied to the body without adverse effects, such as povidone-iodine, alcohol swabs, antiseptic creams, and alcohol-free cleansing wipes. These antiseptics can be used to sterilize the skin or to treat skin infections.
Surface disinfectants, on the other hand, are formulated for use on inanimate objects such as work surfaces and surgical tools, and can irritate skin tissue. Although some antiseptics can be used as a surface disinfectant, household items and medical instruments should always be sterilized with hard-surface disinfectants developed for that purpose.
Surgical clinics, companies, and healthcare facilities in Australia and New Zealand can rely on Invested Medical for the highest-quality medical-grade antiseptics delivered right to their door.
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