Texas Woman's Antibacterial Lotion Tames The Deadly Staph Threat

Beaumont, TX (PressExposure) October 25, 2007 -- The U.S. government says that more than 90,000 Americans get potentially deadly Staph infections each year. But a Texas company--The Invisible Armor--has a product that not only kills Staph on contact but it also protects against recontamination for up to four (4) hours, even with repeated hand washings. Last month, the company released the results of new scientific studies of The Invisible Armor conducted by Dr. James Oliver, noted microbiologist at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. The independent test results indicate that even at dilutions as high as 1:1,000,000, The Invisible Armor formulation knocks out Staphylococcus aureus (Staph), MRSA and more.

"This represents a tremendous breakthrough in personal protection against dangerous infections caused by Staph, MRSA, C. Dificile, Shigella and more," says company founder and President Tammy Powell. The Invisible Armor is not only effective against these and other germs and bacteria, but unlike other products, it protects against recontamination for up to (4) hours, even with repeated hand washings, without leaving a slippery or greasy film. While alcohol-based products kill germs and bacteria--when the alcohol evaporates in 15-30 seconds, the protection is gone and once the skin encounters another germ-covered surface it's contaminated again. And unlike ordinary skin sanitizers, The Invisible Armor can be used anywhere on the body. It's perfect for use on cuts and scratches because it acts as a barrier, killing germs and bacteria and preventing them from entering the body," she adds.

About The Invisible Armor

Dr. James Oliver is a Professor of Biology and CONE Distinguished Professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and is a reviewer for 38 scientific journals. He is available for comment upon request.


The Invisible Armor Inc. is privately-held and manufactures a full line of innovative healthcare products. Its alcohol-free antibacterial formulation contains 0.5% Triclosan combined with 1.5% EDTA. The company’s products are sold through commercial distributors and retail stores nationwide. Visit the company’s website at [http://www.theinvisiblearmor.net] For more information (including copies of the test results), photos or to schedule an interview, contact Ron Flavin at (561)723-4079 or rflavin@theinvisiblearmor.net.

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