A bottle for PreviSense cleansing wash and a bottle of PreviSense cleansing foam

Skin Care – PreviSenseTM cleansers

No rinse perineal cleansers can be used as part of an overall prevention protocol for Incontinence Associated Dermatitis (IAD)

PreviSense skin care – Your first line of defense. Including a pH balanced cleanser as part of your preventive approach can help maintain healthy skin and lower the risk of pressure ulcers.1

The cleansers are easy to apply, and there's no need to rinse, which saves time. Cleansers contain glycerine to condition and moisturize the skin.

  • No-rinse perineal cleansers
  • pH balanced to prevent stinging and burning
  • Gentle on raw and sensitive skin
  • Non-cytotoxic and non-sensitizing2
  • Can be used as part of a cleansing regimen for patients suffering from incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD)

How PreviSense cleansers work


PreviSense No Rinse Perineal Cleansing Wash

A no-rinse, perineal cleanser that dissolves dried urine and fecal soils from incontinence, allowing for fast and thorough cleansing. pH balanced to protect the skin's acid mantle and prevent stinging and burning.

Clean perineal area at least once daily and after each episode of fecal incontinence1.

PreviSense No Rinse Perineal Cleansing Foam

A no-rinse, high-foaming, non-aerosol perineal cleanser that does not drip or run. It dissolves dried urine and fecal soils from incontinence for fast and thorough cleansing. pH balanced to protect the skin's acid mantle and prevent stinging and burning.

Clean perineal area at least once daily and after each episode of fecal incontinence1.


The full range of PreviSense skin care productsAssortment

PreviSense No Rinse Perineal Cleansing Wash

  • Cat. No: 100084018 Title: PreviSense No Rinse Perineal Cleansing Wash Size: 8 oz

PreviSense No Rinse Perineal Cleansing Foam

  • Cat. No: 100084008 Title: PreviSense No Rinse Perineal Cleansing Foam Size: 8 oz

References

  1. National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel and Pan Pacific Pressure Injury Alliance. Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers: Clinical Practice Guideline. Emily Haesler (Ed.). Cambridge Media: Perth Australia; 2014.
  2. Data on file.
  3. Beeckman D et al. Proceedings of the Global IAD Expert Panel, Incontinence-Associated dermatitis: moving prevention forward. Wounds International 2015.

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