Advanced Hygiene for the Hands & Face

The need for advanced hygiene has never been more critical. That’s why top hospitals, large corporations and government agencies are choosing Theraworx Protect to help keep their staff safe. And now, this gentle, no-rinse hygiene solution for hand and facial cleansing is available to you.
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Why Theraworx Protect?

We touch our faces an average of 23 times an hour.1 Why does it matter? Because the eyes, nose and mouth—or the “T-zone”—are entryways for illnesses like the cold, flu and even COVID-19.1-4 In fact, the World Health Organization cautions that “touching your face after touching contaminated surfaces or sick people is one of the ways the coronavirus can be transmitted.”5

Hand hygiene is a very important factor in protecting yourself, but according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, frequent facial cleansing is also important in helping prevent the transmission of viruses and other illnesses.6

Theraworx Protect goes beyond hand hygiene, offering dual defense for both the hands AND the face. And this clinically proven, gentle, no-rinse solution is safe to use on the T-zone, the area that leaves us most vulnerable to infection.

Plus, unlike other hygiene products that can cause dryness and break down the skin’s barrier— increasing the risk of infection7—Theraworx Protect is actually good for the skin.

Concerned About Workplace Safety?

If you play a role in your company’s occupational health and safety decisions, see how Theraworx Protect can enhance your COVID-19 assessment and control plan.

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Are You a Healthcare Professional?

Request our latest clinical trial data or inquire about purchasing Theraworx Protect for your pharmacy, hospital, clinic or care facility.

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How to Use

Hand Protocol


Apply 1-2 full pumps of foam onto one hand.


Rub hands together until fully absorbed, being sure to cover all surfaces of the palms, and backs of both hands, in between all fingers, and underneath the fingernails.


Do not rinse your hands. Repeat these steps every 4-6 hours, after washing your hands, or as often as needed.

T-Zone Protocol


After you’ve completed hand protocol, apply 1-2 full pumps of foam onto palm of hand.


Gently rub into face until fully absorbed, paying particular attention to the “T-zone” (around your eyes, nose, and mouth).*


Gently rub just inside each nostril, using a circular motion.


Do not rinse your face. If desired, follow with the hand protocol again. Repeat these steps every 4-6 hours, after washing your face, or as often as needed. For best results, use Theraworx Protect before applying makeup, sunscreen or moisturizers.

*Not intended for oral ingestion. Can be applied around the eyes and on the eyelids, but do not put directly in the eyes, as it may cause eye irritation. If eye contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with water.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is Theraworx Protect safe to put inside the eyes, nose and mouth?

    Theraworx Protect is not intended for oral ingestion, and it should not be put directly in the eyes, as it may cause irritation. If eye contact does occur, rinse thoroughly with water. Theraworx Protect is, however, safe to use on the mucous membranes of the eyes, nose and mouth—mucous membranes are the tissues that line the body’s cavities and organs. So, you can safely apply Theraworx Protect around the eyes, on the eyelids, around the nose, inside the nostrils, and around the mouth.

  • How is Theraworx Protect different from soap?

    Soap is a hygiene solution that needs to be used with water and rinsed off. Theraworx Protect is a fast-absorbing, no-rinse, advanced hygiene solution. While soap has a higher pH level, which can cause dryness and affect the skin’s barrier,8,9 Theraworx Protect has a low-pH formulation, does not strip the skin of moisture, and supports the skin’s natural antimicrobial barrier and defensive functions.

  • How is Theraworx Protect different from hand sanitizer?

    Hand sanitizers are intended for use on just that—the hands. Theraworx Protect is safe to use on the face, and even on the T-zone (around the eyes, nose and mouth). Another big difference is how they affect the skin. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers, which have higher pH levels, can cause dryness and break down the skin’s barrier—damaging the skin’s defensive functions and increasing the risk of infection.7,10-12 Theraworx Protect, on the other hand, has a low-pH formulation, does not strip the skin of moisture, and supports the skin’s natural antimicrobial barrier and defensive functions.

  • Does Theraworx Protect prevent or treat COVID-19?

    We cannot make any claims about preventing or treating COVID-19 specifically. But Theraworx Protect is a clinically proven hygiene solution that can be used on the hands and around the eyes, nose and mouth—the areas that leave us most vulnerable to infections, viruses and other illnesses. If you are a healthcare professional, contact us to see our latest clinical study data. If you are not a healthcare professional, you can ask your doctor to request the data.

  • Is Theraworx Protect safe to use on children?

    Yes. Our formulation is non-toxic, gentle, and safe for all ages.

  • Can people with sensitive skin or skin conditions use Theraworx Protect?

    Yes. Theraworx Protect’s gentle formulation is clinically proven safe for multiple skin types. However, it’s always best to check with your doctor first if you do have sensitive skin or a skin condition, just to be safe.

  • Can Theraworx Protect be used with makeup?

    Yes. Just make sure you apply Theraworx Protect first, let it dry completely, and then apply makeup.

  • Can Theraworx Protect be used with sunscreen?

    Yes. Just make sure you apply Theraworx Protect first, let it dry completely, and then apply sunscreen.

  • Can Theraworx Protect be used with personal protective equipment (PPE)?

    Yes. In fact, applying Theraworx Protect 5 minutes before putting on PPE can help avoid skin breakdown that can result from prolonged wearing of PPE. Find out more.

  • What else is Theraworx Protect used for?

    Hospitals and other healthcare facilities use Theraworx Protect not just for hand and facial hygiene, but also for total-body cleansing on patients. They also include Theraworx Protect in their protocols for helping to manage infections in patients.

  • Is Theraworx Protect made in the USA?

    Yes, Theraworx Protect is manufactured in the USA.

  • What are the ingredients in Theraworx Protect?

    The ingredients in Theraworx Protect are: Aqua (Water), Cocamidopropyl, Betaine, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Colloidal Silver, Tocopheryl Acetate, Glycerin, Allantoin, Beta Glucan, Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Seed Extract, Lauryl Glucoside, Tetrasodium EDTA, PEG/PPG-4/12 Dimethicone, Methylparaben, Propylaparaben, Parfum (Fragrance).

  • How do you help ensure the safety of your products?

    Theraworx Protect is manufactured in the USA at an FDA-registered facility, and all products undergo a patented sterilization process.


  1. APIC website. Don’t touch your face. Accessed May 27, 2020.
  2. The New York Times website. Stop touching your face! Accessed May 27, 2020.
  3. CDC website. How COVID-19 spreads. Accessed May 27, 2020.
  4. WHO website. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public. Accessed May 27, 2020.
  5. WHO website. Rolling updates on coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Accessed May 27, 2020.
  6. CDC website. Facial cleanliness. Accessed May 28, 2020.
  7. Medical News Today website. Hand washing: expert advice for people with skin conditions. Accessed May 28, 2007.
  8. The Hospitalist website. Hand washing and hand sanitizer on the skin and COVID-19 infection risk. Accessed June 1, 2020.
  9. Tarun J, Susan J, Suria J, et al. Evaluation of pH of bathing soaps and shampoos for skin and hair care. Indian J Dermatol. 2014;59(5):442–444. doi: 10.4103/0019-5154.139861.
  10. Reference website. What is the pH of alcohol? Accessed June 1, 2020.
  11. Kulthanan K, Maneeprasopchoke P, Varothai S, et al. The pH of antiseptic cleansers. Asia Pac Allergy. 2014;4(1):32–36. doi: 10.5415/apallergy.2014.4.1.32. Accessed June 1, 2020.
  12. Kownatzki, E. Hand hygiene and skin health. J Hosp Infect. 2003; 55(4):239-245.
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