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Patient Hygiene Wipes Promote An Individualised Approach To Cleansing For Those Receiving Care

Providing choices for care receivers in how they are cleansed supports independence and wellbeing. NICE advise adoption of an individualised approach to healthcare that is tailored to the patient’s needs and circumstances.1

The Conti® range have been developed with personalised care in mind, we believe that those receiving assistance in bathing should be able to participate in decision making around their personal hygiene, by being given a range of cleansing options to best suit their individual needs. Conti® offers a complete range of cleansing solutions for those receiving bedbound care.

Conti® wet wipes provide a selection of rinse free products featuring washcloths and shampoo caps for bed bathing, hands and face cleansing wipes and plastic free wipes for post toileting. The use of these products replaces the need for soap and water practices by providing a pre-dosed cleansing solution which promotes good practice in personal hygiene and infection prevention.

Conti® multipurpose dry wipes combine strength, softness, and absorbency to deliver best practice in hygiene through everyday personal care. The range has flushable and maceratable plastic free wipes, alongside other super soft, kind to skin alternatives used with water.

Using the Conti® wet and dry wipes can provide the following benefits to care facilities;
Eliminate cross-contamination – Products have been developed with single-use in mind. Intended to be used individually, with one single-use cloth per anatomical region.

Save time and cost – Research suggests that a waterless bathing system provides a more efficient bathing process, delivering cost and time savings.2

Remove the risk of reusable – Disposable systems offer an alternative that overcome infection prevention and control limitations posed by reusable alternatives.3

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1. NICE (2021) 2. Owen J (2015), Delivering time and cost savings through evaluation of bed bathing practices, IPS poster presentation 3. Hallam C et al (2020)