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SkinWear(TM) Hand Cleaner & Sanitizer Kills Germs That May Cause Swine Flu, Protects Against Germs for Up to Eight Hours
Date:4/28/2009

Revolutionary New Hygiene Product Provides Extended Efficacy for All Day Protection Against Deadly Bacteria

TORRANCE, Calif., April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- SKWPartners LLC announced today the extended U.S. launch of SkinWear, www.skinwearusa.com, the only extended-protection, all-in-one hand cleanser, sanitizer and moisturizer which has been proven to kill germs for as long as eight hours with a single application. This non-alcohol based product picks up where commonly available anti-bacterial soaps and "instant sanitizers" leave off. SkinWear not only kills 99.9% of all germs that can make people sick, including the germs that may cause the swine flu, it continues to kill bacteria for up to eight hours, drastically decreasing the potential spread of germs and contamination.

"SkinWear is a radical departure from hygiene products available to date," said SKWPartners' Tom Guzek. "Not only is SkinWear more thorough and cost-effective than current anti-bacterial soaps and alcohol-based hand sanitizers, SkinWear's eight hour extended efficacy actually continues to kill germs between washings, reducing the spread of germs."

As concern mounts regarding the spike in illnesses and deaths caused by the "swine flu" virus, everyone from parents to school administrators to hospitals and restaurants, are looking for new ways to ward off a potential crisis.

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Swine Influenza (swine flu) is a respiratory disease of pigs caused by type A influenza that regularly causes outbreaks of influenza among pigs. Swine flu viruses do not normally infect humans, however, human infections with swine flu do occur, and cases of human-to-human spread of swine flu viruses have been documented. With the current outbreak rapidly expanding, world governments race to avoid a possible global pandemic with more cases of the influenza discovered in the U.S.

How SkinWear works.

Through a unique encapsulating formula, SkinWear's active anti-bacterial ingredient, IRGASAN DP 300, is enveloped and bonded to the skin surface. This allows for the extended germ killing action of the antibacterial component resulting in its remarkable ongoing effectiveness. This revolutionary formula creates an all-natural, non-slippery, silicon and alcohol-free weave which forms the bond with the skin that kills germs for up to eight hours with a single application while also maintaining the natural oils in the skin to keep hands moist and healthy.

"This is where SkinWear can make a critical difference," said Guzek. "Traditional hand washing with soap or the use of alcohol-based instant hand sanitizers only kills germs on your hands for mere seconds. One application of SkinWear provides up to eight hours of germ-killing effectiveness," he added, "Combining frequent hand washing along with the application of SkinWear provides a proven safety net that continues to kill germs between hand washings, thereby reducing the potential threat of bacterial related illnesses."

SkinWear is all natural and environmentally friendly. With no harsh chemicals or agents, the product is natural, safe and far removed from typical abrasive soaps. All of the ingredients in SkinWear were carefully selected with no harmful impact on the user or the environment. As a result, SkinWear is vegetable and citric-based, biodegradable, non-toxic, free of animal by-products, has not been tested on animals and is chlorine-free.

SkinWear provides an all-day healthy hand solution in a wide array of environments including home, work, play or school; on the road, in restaurants, health clubs, medical offices and cruise ships; and a variety of industrial environments where hands are exposed to harsh conditions daily.

SkinWear products and free samples may be ordered on www.skinwearusa.com. SKWPartners, LLC headquarters are located at 2263 W. 190th Street, Torrance, CA 90504. Tel. (310) 324-9155 ext. 11.

Press inquiries may be directed to Jennifer Barry at 310-396-7851 or jbarry@thebarrygroup.net.


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