Throughout our lifetime, we will spend approximately 6 months of our lives bathing or showering. For most people this is a pleasant and relaxing moment. Unfortunately, this is not the case for everyone. Due to reduced mobility, pain or fear, it is no longer possible for everyone to wash himself or herself effectively or independently. With over 20 years of experience providing comfortable and convenient bathing solutions to healthcare institutions, we understand best the daily struggles that personal care can entail: lathering, rinsing, drying and applying a moisturising lotion… It’s a lot of work and time for a change!
Swash® offers comfortable and complete personal hygiene. This is thanks to the use of moist bathing products. As a result, the use of water and soap is a thing of the past. Consisting of four complementary products, Swash® can be coordinated to meet individual’s daily hygiene needs; and no matter which Swash® products selected, every product has a guaranteed high and consistent quality and ensures the best possible bathing experience.
What is Swash®?
Swash® products are gloves or wipes made of a non-woven material, impregnated with a uniquely formulated, hypoallergenic, pH-skin neutral cleansing lotion with skin-caring and hydrating properties. You can wash every body part with a separate bathing glove or wipe. The lotion helps skin maintain its natural moisture content and improves skin’s condition, all while providing a thorough and gentle cleaning. Moreover, when applied, the lotion dries quickly, so rinsing and drying is no longer necessary. Developed for cleaning each part of the body separately, one eight-pack of Swash® is sufficient for a full body wash. Swash® products are for single use only!
Swash® is suitable for everyone! Individuals who find these products especially helpful and comfortable include those with reduced mobility, undergoing rehabilitation, or are terminal. Swash® is also ideal for individuals with physical or psychological limitations to using water, or sufferers of pain symptoms, for example, contractures or COPD.