HIBICLENS® Named #1 Pharmacist Recommended Brand by Pharmacy Times Magazine and U.S. News and World Report
Molnlycke Health Care's antibacterial soap awarded this distinction for the third time
Jun 17, 2015, 08:30 ET
ATLANTA, June 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Mölnlycke Health Care's HIBICLENS® has been named the #1 Pharmacist Recommended Brand in the Antibacterial Soap category for 2015 - 2016 by Pharmacy Times Magazine and U.S. News and World Report. Top recommended brands were identified through a national survey of 2,696 pharmacists in early 2015.
This survey represents the most comprehensive research of its kind, covering more than 168 product categories that are commonly sought by consumers. Of the over 800,000 recommendations counted, HIBICLENS® garnered 35% of the pharmacists' choice. The next closest competitor only had 22%. This is the third time HIBICLENS has received this award.
Both a skin cleanser and antiseptic, HIBICLENS kills germs on contact1 and can continue working after washing. Gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin, HIBICLENS can be used daily.2
"You can be confident that HIBICLENS protects against germs and other skin infections," said Jason Liles, Senior Product Manager for HIBICLENS. "We have coaches recommending athletes use our product to avoid MRSA and staph. Parents use HIBICLENS for washing their children's hands all year long. Hospitals have trusted the product for nearly 40 years. HIBICLENS has unique benefits and helps protect your skin from the hundreds of surfaces you touch each day."
Mölnlycke Health Care provides high-quality healthcare solutions for customers, healthcare professionals and patients worldwide. Employing more than 7,500 individuals worldwide, the company develops and brings to market innovative wound care and surgical solutions along the entire continuum of care – from prevention to post-acute settings. Mölnlycke Health Care solutions provide value for the money, supported by clinical and health economic evidence. www.molnlycke.us
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- PRACs Report #R05-0225
SOURCE Molnlycke Health Care
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