PhaseOne® Skin and Wound Cleanser

A fast-acting skin and wound cleanser, PhaseOne® penetrates and disrupts biofilm, killing bacteria and fungi as well as neutralizes resulting toxins*. Formulated as a pure concentration of hypochlorous acid (HOCl) in saline, PhaseOne® is made without the toxic bleach and other preservative chemicals found in other products, making it gentle, non-irritating, and non-sensitizing to skin and new tissue.

PhaseOne® Skin and Wound Cleanser

  • Penetrates and disrupts biofilm*
  • Kills 99.9% of pathogens in 60 secs*
  • Neutralizes inflammatory toxins*
  • Is non-toxic, non-sensitizing and non-irritating*
  • Broad-spectrum activity*
  • Pure, stable HOCl in equilibrium
  • Has no known pathogenic resistance
  • Has no known contraindications
  • May reduce odor associated with wounds
  • Is environmentally safe—requires no special disposal precautions

*= In vitro data.  Hypochlorous acid in PhaseOne® serves as a preservative in solution.  Refer to Instructions for use for organisms tested in solution.


PhaseOne® Skin and Wound Cleanser

PhaseOne® may be used for routine cleansing and irrigation and supports debridement of:

  • Intraoperative pocket lavage, before subcutaneous closure
  • Stage I to IV pressure injuries
  • Stasis ulcers
  • Leg ulcers
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • First-degree and second-degree burns
  • Post-surgical wounds
  • Grafted and donor sites
  • Minor burns, superficial abrasions, and wounds
  • Moistening absorbent wound dressings



Shelf Life: Use the contents of unopened bottles within the printed expiration date on the bottle.
Use contents of opened bottles within 30 days for 40mL and 60 days for 235mL.

NPAK (Negative Pressure Accessory Kit):

Also known as the Prep-and-Close Kit, the NPAK offers the provider the flexibility and convenience of providing wound bed preparation and supporting wound closure. Consider using the NPAK:

  • Prior to initiating NPWT
  • To promote full closure in wounds that have sufficiently granulated, allowing for discontinuation of NPWT
  • As a convenient, cost effective, routine wound care system for weekly to biweekly wound care
  • To simplify stocking in the wound clinic and beyond