Why we recommend

To recover swiftly and fully after an aesthetic or cosmetic treatment, you’ll want to keep your skin clean. Spraying on Clinisept+ Skin is an easy way to kill germs without touching your skin and to reduce the appearance of any redness and swelling from the treatment.

Clinisept+ Skin Aftercare

Antimicrobial cleanser for post-tweakment skin


 This antimicrobial cleanser gives you an easy way to keep your skin clean and promote recovery after a treatment. Endorsed by the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practice (JCCP) and the Aesthetic Complications Experts Group (ACE), Clinisept+ Skin is the UK’s most popular skin prep for cosmetic and aesthetic treatments.


  • Soothes and calms your skin after a cosmetic or aesthetic treatment
  • Removes 99.99% of germs through antimicrobial action 
  • Has a skin-neutral pH value
  • Does not irritate even sensitive skin
  • Promotes healthy skin and quick recovery
  • Great for preparing skin for treatment and for recovery afterwards


A 2017 study by Dr Paul Baguley showed faster recovery from facelift surgery using Clinisept+ Skin.


Anti-inflammatory Serums, Cleansers, and Hydrating Serums


All Skin Types

    As you know, cleansing skin is vital before and during many cosmetic and aesthetic treatments; keeping your skin clean afterward is important to reduce the risk of infection and to promote recovery. Clinisept+ Skin uses a solution of hypochlorous acid, an acid that your immune system naturally produces, to neutralise bacteria, viruses, and fungi without irritating your skin.

    Many practitioners use Skin to cleanse your skin before a treatment and during the treatment. After the treatment, you can use Skin to keep your skin clean without even touching it.



    Simply spray Clinisept+ Skin on the affected area three times a day.

    Water (Aqua), Phosphoric Acid, Sodium Hypochlorite.

    Do I need to use a special cleanser after a treatment?

    It depends on the treatment and how your skin reacts to it. But given that many treatments can leave your skin more sensitive and more vulnerable to irritation or infection, using a cleanser formulated for aftercare is a good idea.


    What is the benefit of a spray-on cleanser?

    The main benefit of a spray-on cleanser is that you can apply it without touching your skin,  because touching your skin may irritate it, especially in the early stages of recovery after treatment. For areas where you prefer not to use spray, such as around your eyes, you can spray the cleanser onto clean cotton wool and then wipe it gently onto your skin.


    Why is hypochlorous acid good for cleansing skin?

    There are three main reasons why hypochlorous acid is great for cleansing skin. First, it’s safe and non-toxic, so it won’t irritate your skin. Second, hypochlorous acid has a neutral pH value, which means it’s fully compatible with your skin and won’t irritate it or disrupt healthy skin flora. Third, it’s a powerful oxidising agent that can kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, and spores. 


    How is a hypochlorous skin cleanser better than a regular skin cleanser?

    It depends on what the ‘regular’ skin cleanser is – but many of them use diluted poisons that not only kill some pathogens but also slow down skin regeneration. Regular cleansers may also strip natural oils from your skin, dry it out, and disrupt its pH value. By contrast, hypochlorous acid delivers powerful antimicrobial cleansing without disrupting your skin barrier.

    What are the differences between HClO, ClOH, HOCl, and ClHO?

    There’s no difference – they’re all the chemical formula for hypochlorous acid, just written in different ways. HClO is the way the formula is normally written, but chemists sometimes use HOCl to emphasise the hydroxyl (OH) part of the molecule, so you may see this term in specialist literature. ClOH and ClHO are unconventional ways to write the same formula.