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DMK Formulates & Donates Surface Sanitizer to Spa Professionals

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DMK donated 240 liters of sanitizer which is equivalent to more than 1,000 8-ounce spray bottles.

DMK has announced the donation of its proprietary UltraSan Surface Sanitizer spray to licensed professionals in the esthetics community across the country. DMK has formulated the brand-new product in an effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Previously: DMK Creates At-Home Version of Iconic Enzyme Treatment

UltraSan Surface Sanitizer kills 99.9% of most common germs that cause diseases. As of May 15, 2020, DMK donated 240 liters of sanitizer which is equivalent to more than 1,000 8-ounce spray bottles to licensed clinics, estheticians and skin care professionals.

With a 70% alcohol base, the UltraSan Surface Sanitizer is designed to be sprayed on surfaces, clothing and directly onto the skin to help reduce the spread of bad bacteria. UltraSan Surface Sanitizer spray is also formulated with essential oils to ensure it hydrates the skin while eliminating bad bacteria. It is safe to use around pets and children.

Available until supplies last, all DMK orders valued at $250, from participating licensed DMK clinics across the United States, will receive an 8-ounce spray bottle of the UltraSan Surface Sanitizer at no additional cost.

“When we saw the shortage, price-gouging, and hoarding of essential sanitizing supplies, we knew we had to do something to support our licensed clinics navigating the ongoing pandemic, and fast,” Danné Montague-King, biochemist and founder of DMK, said. “With 45 years of innovative formulation experience, we went to the DMK lab and created a spray product that would be easy to use and keep our community safe, while remaining effective in preventing the spread of bad bacteria.”