AQUAHEART is a revolutionary 100% NATURAL Sanitizing Water that also kills 99.9% of Bacteria in seconds. The water provides the base for it to be highly effective as a cleanser, and its only other ingredient, a NATURAL ACID (Hypochlorous Acid) which is produced in the human body to fight bacteria and germs, provides its anti-bacterial properties. AQUAHEART’s sister product “AQUAHEART” is endorsed by Allergy UK as an ‘Allergy Friendly Product’. AQUAHEART is safe enough to pass official UK Drinking Water tests, and is arguably the safest sanitizer on the market!
Recently, AQUAHEART has gone through a lab test and been proven to be able to remove Escherichia coli MS2 bacteriophage for 99.9% when vaporized in the air. The test was done by the American Society for Testing and Material Standard. (MS2 is frequently used as a surrogate for Influenza viruses and Coronaviruses.)
The package design will be different from what it appears in the picture. Instead of the word ACQUASSIMO, it will have AQUAHEART.
In Japan, AQUAHEART is used at facilities like airports, hotels, police stations, libraries, restaurants, dental clinics, and etc for its ability is fully trusted.
What Doctors have to say about AQUAHEART
Q1.: Do you see AQUAHEART as a better alternative to using alcohol-based products and/or products containing toxic chemicals?
Yes. It is easy to use and, as someone who gets migraines triggered by smells, I appreciated the lack of chemical or masking after-smells. I also feel that, given the choice between two products that are equally effective but where one carries less potential risk from chemicals, one should recommend the lower-risk alternative.
Dr. Julian Spinks
Yes, in fact, although my Daughter in Law, who has a 9 month old baby, did not previously use alcohol-based products, she now takes a little AQUAHEART spray with her everywhere.
Dr. Michael Apple
I have no doubt that parents will see AQUAHEART as a better alternative to using alcohol-based products (particularly my Muslim parents) and other products that contain toxic chemicals. Even competitor products like some baby wipes which also claim to be alcohol-free and avoid toxic chemicals, do admit to using a preservative called methylparaben (which AQUAHEART does not).
Dr. Jim Lawrie
Dr. Louise R Newson
Yes my wife already prefers this to the every day house cleaning products we had.
Dr. Arun Ghosh
Q2: What advantages do you feel it has?
It has a combination of good antimicrobial cover and activity, ease of use and reduced chemicals, with associated risks and odours. Dr. Julian Spinks
There is no smell, it dries quickly and appears to be non-irritant. Dr. Michael Apple
The main advantage with AQUAHEART is its safety particularly the suggestion that it is even safe to swallow or spray in the mouth. Dr. Jim Lawrie
It appears to be safer, less toxic and odourless which is good. I have three children and my 2-year-old likes to “help” clean so she enjoys using it. She often squirts it in her mouth! I also have an AGA and cannot use chemicals on this but I have been using AQUAHEART and it cleans it up really well. It also appears to clean all my surfaces very well. Dr. Louise R Newson
With young children and pregnant women, the amount of evidence against the use of chemical products and exposure is gathering and this is worrying. This product appears to be breaking new ground in the need to reduce this. Dr. Arun Ghosh
Q3: Do you think there is a need for a product like AQUAHEART?
I do feel that there is a need for a product that can be used in high-risk areas where you do not want contamination of food or exposure of children to harsh or toxic chemicals. Dr. Julian Spinks
Yes. For example, my daughter in law sprays toys used by her childminder with AQUAHEART before letting her daughter use them. She also sprays surfaces at her childminder’s house, at cafés where she takes her baby and she also sprays her baby’s hands if she or the baby has a cold for example. My daughter in law is not obsessional about infections but as a first time mum she just finds it a reassuring thing to do for the baby. Also she is a hairdresser and thinks it is a good idea to spray her own hands after work before handling her baby again. Dr. Michael Apple
I think there is a need for a product like AQUAHEART although it may be a niche market and a lot of people are used to using baby wipes. Dr. Jim Lawrie
Definitely. Dr. Louise R Newson
I would like to say yes but I wonder if the larger producers would copy this idea and produce similar products in their own brand range. Dr. Arun Ghosh
Q4: How would you sum it up?
In a world where we are surrounded by increasing numbers of potentially toxic chemicals, AQUAHEART gives us a way to get the protection we need against toxic chemicals without adding to our exposure to these chemicals. Dr. Julian Spinks
Convenient, discreet, odourless, safe. Dr. Michael Apple
I would sum this up as a natural sanitising spray for mums and baby’s who are on the move, or at home. Dr. Jim Lawrie
Excellent Dr. Louise R Newson
Excellent product and cleaner – that a chemical conscious homestead would suit. Dr. Arun Ghosh
Q5: Would you recommend it?
I would recommend it, particularly for families, babies or young children. It would also be useful for those at high risk of infection and who have existing allergies to cleaning chemicals. Dr. Julian Spinks
Yes, in fact my daughter in law has recommended it to some of her friends with babies. Dr. Michael Apple
I would recommend this product, although I would like to understand a little better how it works so I can have 100% confidence about its efficacy and safety. Dr. Jim Lawrie
Yes – I would be happy to continue to use it in my kitchen!! Dr. Louise R Newson
Yes Dr. Arun Ghosh
Additional Professional Quotes
Allergy UK are delighted to recognise AQUAHEART as one of our Allergy Friendly Products. AQUAHEART is a unique sanitiser that does not use alcohol or other harmful chemicals, and is, therefore, unlikely to cause a reaction in those with allergies and sensitive skin. AQUAHEART can be safely used on the hands and body, and even on the skin of a newborn baby, as well as on surfaces (even those that touch a baby’s mouth) with no need to rinse off.
Lindsey McManus, Deputy CEO, Allergy UK
AQUAHEART is powerful enough to kill 99.9% of bacteria yet remains safe enough for use on infants, including newborn babies. Alcohol-free, it contains low levels of a substance we make in our own bodies to fight bacteria. You can sterilise bottles (and reuse without rinsing), teething rings, dummies, kitchen surfaces, breast pumps and more. AQUAHEART is even endorsed by Allergy UK as ‘Allergy Friendly’ making it an essential edition for every home.
Dr Sarah Brewer GP, Registered Nutritionist, Media Medic & Award-Winning Health Writer