“As a nurse and former school board member, I find this product phenomenal. It pays for itself, and provides significantly better protection to our students and teachers than any other product on the market. School administrators should consider putting Zylast on their campuses.”
Barbara Keeney, RN, an Air Force veteran with more than thirty years in nursing, nursing management and hospital administration.
The Zylast Advantage
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Zylast In Schools
Zylast has shown a 39% reduction in illness-related student absenteeism!
Germs are a never-ending battle for schools. Kids and teachers work together in such close quarters that stopping the spread of germs seems almost impossible. Absenteeism, substitute teachers and lost time cost schools more and more money each year. Zylast provides a healthy, safe and cost-effective solution.
So why is Zylast showing such remarkable effectiveness where hand washing alone and alcohol-based sanitizers have failed?
It’s simpler than you think…. Zylast not only kills 99.99% of germs within 15 seconds, but it keeps on killing for 6 hours.
And Zylast kills more than just transient bacteria. It is effective against a broad spectrum of germs that seem to come home with kids more often than their homework. With school funding directly tied to the number of days students are in class, the 3-4 additional healthy student days can mean important dollars for underfunded schools. Zylast has also shown a 24.7% reduction in teacher and staff illness-related absenteeism, providing additional savings for schools in substitute teacher costs. Keep kids, and their teachers, healthy and in class with Zylast!
“There are three primary reasons for a reduction in illness with the Zylast Lotion. First, the Zylast products are persistent for six hours so children are protected beyond the 15-second lifespan of an alcohol sanitizer. Second, the Zylast Lotion is effective against pathogens like the Norovirus, rotavirus, and the common cold – some of the most prevalent diseases among children, and germs against which alcohol sanitizers are relatively ineffective. Finally, the product is water-based and moisturizes the hands, so children and staff actually like using it which greatly improves compliance.”
Beth McNichol, M.D., Doctorate in Emerging Infectious Diseases from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences