Your All-In-One Skin-Care Product!
finipil® is an incredible antibacterial and antiseptic that destroys 99.999% of bacteria and has an endless number of uses. finipil does NOT clog pores like so many other greasy antiseptics, it actually cleans while moisturizing them. Originally created for comfort and safety after and between Nufree hair-removal treatments (your non-wax hair-removal alternative),it is also perfect for use after other old fashioned wax-care services. finipil® is a patented, FDA-registered antiseptic cream that destroys and kills 99.999% of bacteria (germs, staph, etc.). It cools and soothes the skin all while helping to protect hair follicles from infection.
But that’s just the beginning – with more than 101 uses, it’s no wonder customers call it a “must-have” lotion!
Click here read about just some of the many finipil uses!
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To ensure your safety with the of use of finipil, it's important to purchase directly from the manufacturer Equibal Labs or authorized distributors and salons. Prior to use, it's important to check the expiration dates on these bottles. Please DO NOT purchase from un-authorized people or distributors on Amazon, Walmart or Ebay. Only finipil from Equibal Labs is authorized to sell on Amazon.
finipil® is an FDA-registered over-the-counter (OTC) antiseptic lotion that is dermatologist and clinically researched, tested, certified and approved. Its patented formula is approved for daily use and is made in America. finipil® is NOT EPA, see below
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), regulates all antimicrobial product labels and any associated efficacy claims. The language and claims contained on each label must be supported with extensive scientific data that is submitted to EPA in the pesticide registration approval process. These labels govern usage rates, applications and directions for use. End users of chemicals must ensure compliance with the label and should understand the meaning behind differing label claims. This is the first in a series of posts that will look at EPA label language and what it means to the end-user.
The words sanitizer and disinfectant are often used interchangeably in the food processing industry. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), however, has distinct definitions for each term.
Sanitizer: a substance, or mixture of substances, that reduces the bacteria population in the inanimate environment by significant numbers, but does not destroy or eliminate all bacteria.
Disinfectant: a substance or mixture of substances, that destroys or irreversibly inactivates bacteria, fungi, and viruses, but not necessarily bacterial spores, in the inanimate environment.Source: EPA Website, 40 CFR 158.2203
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- NEW SIZE! finipil LAIT 50:
- 1.5 oz. ea. *finipil sold by weight, not by volume