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ISO 9001:2008

The safety of a product depends largely on the quality of the production process and quality control protocols. Since 1999, the Manufacturer has the ISO9001: 2008 certificate, given after the annual external audit.



The products have been approved in the United States by the FDA under registration number:

FDA USA Facility Reg # -1830 2268 424



All our probiotics are of natural origin and not GMOs. They are classified in biosafety level 1 (ATCC) and are on the QPS list (EFSA). These official classifications guarantee that we only use 100% safe probiotics.



The chemical ingredients for our ecological cleaning products have received the green Ecolabel certification since 2012 for the entire standard of non-probiotic organic detergents

Did you know ...


A wide range of pathogenic (disease-causing) bacteria lead to many human health problems. Some examples would be Clostridium difficile, E-coli, Enterococcus, Legionella, Listeria, Salmonella, Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Streptococcus.


In addition to the dangers posed by these microorganisms in the environment, they are also responsible for massive economic losses (medical costs, insurance). Using antibiotics and disinfectants, these problems have been easily controlled in the past.


However, in recent years there has been a sharp increase in the resistance of bacteria against these "miracle agents" throughout the medical sector, to such an extent that a radical approach was needed.


Conair Probiotics through our Prolife products today offers an innovative and durable solution against the problems of resistance to chemical disinfectants that occur in more and more bacteria in the hospital environment.

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How would you react if you were constantly attacked ?!

The aggressive nature of pathogens can be explained by the excessive use of antibiotics, disinfectants and biocides, against the action of which they have done nothing but defend themselves, becoming, in recent decades, to be immune to their action. Fortunately, not all bacteria are dangerous, there are a multitude of "friendly" microorganisms that work for our health - probiotics

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Any surface contains biofilm. Biofilm is an accumulation of microorganisms, united by a very persistent matrix of organic compounds such as proteins and exopolysaccharides.


This provides an ideal environment for unwanted bacteria to thrive. The biofilm acts as a shield between these bacteria and the outside world.


As a result, cleaning and disinfection do not affect these "hidden" bacteria in the biofilm. Prolife Healthcare products work using a combination of environmentally friendly detergents, enzymes and probiotic bacteria to remove surface dirt, remove biofilm and therefore reduce the risk of infection.


Probiotic bacteria will take up space on the surface and will feel and consume any food source (dirt) available on that surface.

The composition of Prolife bacteria has been chosen to such an extent that the effect is guaranteed in a wide range of temperatures, pH and humidity. By producing enzymes in situ, the use of Prolife products leads to a deep cleaning at the microscopic level.

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Through several clinical trials it has been unquestionably proven that a good cleaning protocol for the environment immediately results in a reduction of infections in the hospital. The safety of a medical institute depends largely on the microbial purity of its environment, minimizing the risk of cross-contamination with microbes. The positive results of probiotic cleaning in the medical sector are primarily evident in the patient, who can count on a good recovery from his initial disease, without the risk of complications caused by hospital bacteria.


Based on the latest numbers for the US (Germ Warfare Magazine), 31,000 lives could be saved using probiotic cleansing.


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