As another school year starts, so does the beginning of the rainy season, which makes kids more vulnerable to common illnesses like colds and flu. According to a study by the World Health Organization (WHO), Filipino students in elementary and high school miss an average of one month per year because of sickness. To curb these cases, the health department encourages the maintenance of proper hygiene at home and in schools
Sanitary Care Products Asia (SCPA) introduces the handy and affordable Sanicare Hygiene Kit to help mothers ensure that their children are clean and safe from germs and viruses that could affect their health. The Hygiene Kit contains a roll of two-ply Upsize Sanicare Bathroom Tissue, a pack of Cleansing Wipes with 15 paraben-free sheets, one pack of Toilet Seat Cover and one pack of Sanicare Hankies. With 20 years of proven quality, SCPA gives mothers an advantage in maintaining holistic hygiene for the family anytime, anywhere.
SCPA products are designed for a fuss-free experience. The classic two-ply Upsize Sanicare Bathroom Tissue, with its new embossed designs, absorbs liquids faster while retaining its durability. The cleansing wipes, on the other hand, has a sturdy, cloth-like texture that is perfect for thorough clean ups. Free from alcohol, chlorine and paraben, the cleansing wipes are gentle to children’s sensitive skin.
Securing a kit saves money and time, making it easier for mothers to equip their children with various personal care products without having to compile different items in one bag. As a back-to-school must-have, the Sanicare Hygiene Kit reminds students about the importance of observing proper hygiene in school.
It can be bought in leading stores and supermarkets with a suggested retail price of Php 75.
“We recognize the importance of proper hygiene to the overall health of every Filipino,” SCPA President, Ven Sio noted. “Creating the Hygiene Kit is a reflection of our commitment to continuously offer safe and economical hygiene solutions to meet every Filipino households’ needs.”