Frequently asked questions
Do I need to rinse off Puracyn after use?
No, with the ultra-safe formula in Puracyn, there is no need to rinse after application.
When is the expiration date for Puracyn?
Our products all have a 24-month shelf life from the date of manufacturing. You can find the expiration date on the label near the barcode.
Can Puracyn be used with other products?
Yes, there are no known contraindications with using Puracyn with other products. Please consult with a doctor, however, if you have any concerns.
Is Puracyn safe for acne-prone skin?
Yes, Puracyn is shown to be clinically safe for use on acne-prone and other sensitive skin types.
Can I spray Puracyn in my eye?
Puracyn is not indicated for use inside the eye. However, we have tested the product for ocular toxicity in case of eye exposure. The study showed that Puracyn is non-toxic to the eyes.
Is Puracyn safe to use while wearing makeup?
For best results, we recommend using Puracyn before applying and after removing your makeup.
Are there any side effects associated with Puracyn?
No, there are no known side effects with using Puracyn. However, we do not recommend using Puracyn if you have a sensitivity to chlorine.
Where is Puracyn made?
Puracyn is proudly made in California.
Is Puracyn FDA-cleared?
Yes, all of Puracyn’s products are FDA-cleared.
Is Puracyn safe for babies?
Yes, the safety profile of Puracyn makes it safe for any age, from newborns to geriatrics. So rest easy knowing that our products work on the most gentle, sensitive skin.
Is Puracyn eco-friendly?
Yes, the ingredients in Puracyn are environmentally friendly.
Is the chlorine smell typical?
Yes, this is entirely normal. While our products might remind you of a pool, we assure you we didn’t fill the bottle with pool water. Instead, the scent comes from our hypochlorous technology, which shares a similar molecular makeup as chlorine.
What is hypochlorous?
Hypochlorous acid, also commonly referred to as HOCl, is a naturally occurring molecule comprised of hydrogen, oxygen, and chlorine. The body produces hypochlorous acid to fend off infection and foreign body material, such as bacteria. 1
What is the difference between Puracyn and the other
hypochlorous products in the market?
Puracyn is a better hypochlorous formulation because of the additional steps we introduced to make the finished product. The majority of the hypochlorous market manufactures products through a so-called electrochemical activation process. Then they package the hypochlorous electrolyte generated from this process for sales. The proprietary formulation in Puracyn steps further to stabilize the hypochlorous electrolyte in solution. As evident, the useful life of Puracyn is at least six months compared to thirty days in other products. In addition, Innovacyn is the only hypochlorous producer that we know of manufactures in an ISO-certified cleanroom facility – the quality standard required for manufacturing critical pharmaceutical products. We take pride in offering you the highest quality product at a reasonable cost. As a bonus, we have a customer service team that is unmatched.
1. Kettle AJ, Winterbourn CC. Myeloperoxidase: a key regulator of neutrophil oxidant production. Redox Rep. 1997 Feb;3(1):3-15.