Give healthy skin a hand

Your employees’ hands are the driving force behind a successful business, and when they’re not at their best, it can impact productivity. Implementing a wellness program with GOJO® products can reduce down time due to Occupational Dermatitis and help keep facilities, and employees’ hands, running smoothly.

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Healthy Hands Matter Skin health is an important, but often overlooked part of any wellness program. Employees with dry, cracked skin are more susceptible to irritation from the chemicals they encounter at work, which can lead to lost time and hurt your bottom line. Why healthy skin works better

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Clean, Condition, Sanitize

From heavy-duty hand cleaners to conditioning lotions, the GOJO Skin Health Regimen keeps workers’ hands working at their full potential. Our skin care products make it easy for employees effectively clean, condition and sanitize – without damaging skin.

See how the program works

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14 Days to Better Skin Our 3-Step system isn’t just convenient. A scientific study has shown that workers following the GOJO Healthy Skin Regimen could see and feel a difference in their skin. How good? 71% of workers were happy with the way their skin felt after following the program.1 View the study

PURELL™ Professional Surface Disinfectant
Powerful Germ Kill,
PURELL™ Peace of Mind.

The brand you’ve trusted to fight germs on hands for over 25 years has revolutionized the way we disinfect and clean surfaces. PURELL™ Professional Surface Disinfectant eliminates 99.999% of germs on surfaces, including cold & flu viruses and Norovirus in just 30 seconds. Made with PURELL TOUCHABLE™ Technology and featuring a fresh citrus scent, our new surface spray is formulated for food contact surfaces, and is proven effective on countertops, stainless steel, stone and more.

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  1. Arbogast, James, et al. Effectiveness of a Hand Care Regimen with Moisturizer in Manufacturing Facilities Where Workers Are Prone to Occupational Irritant Dermatitis. March 2004.