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An innovative solution to better care for fragile skin, minimize cross contamination, and provide a more convenient and efficient routine for residents and caregivers.
Personal hygiene is an important part of daily resident care, but it can be challenging to perform, especially for residents with limited mobility. Even basin bathing or sponge baths at the bedside can present risks and challenges for both residents and caregivers:
As the skin ages, it becomes thinner and more delicate. Many soaps can strip away natural oils, causing dryness and irritation if not properly rinsed off. In addition, reusable washcloths can be rough and may damage already fragile skin.
Reusable basins and reusable washcloths can harbor harmful bacteria. 
The daily hygiene routine can be time-consuming and physically demanding for both the resident and caregiver. 
*Data on File.
1. Knibbe H, Knibbe N. Washing without water (Summary). LOCOmotion, Bennekom 2013. 2. Knibbe H, Geuze L and Knibbe N. Ergonomic aspects of washing without water for healthcare providers. LOCOmotion, Bennekom 2005