So what is electrolyzed water?It’s a technology that’s been used for years in the industrial space to create a potent cleaner and disinfectant that’s free of the hazards of bleach. For example, hospitals in the United States and Japan use electrolyzed water for its efficacy & gentleness. And it’s commonly used in wound healing products because it’s so gentle and effective. The technology uses an electrical current to change the molecular structure of salt, water and vinegar into:
- Sodium hydroxide – a detergent used in everything from skincare to toothpaste. Force of Nature contains a gentle concentration of just 0.0000003%. In all-purpose cleaners, typical concentration levels are from 1-5%, which is highly dangerous around children or anyone with asthma or allergies (and 3 million to 17 million times the concentration as in Force of Nature).
- Hypochlorous acid – It’s actually the same substance your white blood cells produce to fight infection and it’s as effective as bleach. Unlike typical cleaners, Force of Nature is gentle enough for cleaning things like baby gear & pet toys without needing to rinse. Given how effective it is at killing microbes without leaving behind harmful residues, hypochlorous acid is also used for preserving fresh produce. It’s even USDA approved for use in organic crop production.