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Travabon

Written by Nicholas Kamuda
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In 1967, Stockhausen released the first version of Travabon®, a product that protects skin from water-insoluble hazardous substances, but will dissipate in water. Travabon® is still available today, as part of their 3 Point Program for protecting skin from occupational stress. Along with other popular Stockhausen products like Kresto® and Stockolan, it helps form Stockhausen's complete skin protection and maintenance suite.

Travabon® and The Stockhausen 3 Point Program

Protecting your skin before you even enter the workplace is the concept behind the first step in Stockhausen's 3 Point Program. Two of those protective products are Travabon® and Arretil®. Both are formulated to protect against oil-based substances and grease, and form a protective barrier on your skin that will resist irritation from harmful substances. Other protective products include Stokoderm®, a cream that will protect from both water-based and oil-based substances, and Durapro®, a product that is engineered to protect your hands from all water based substances from cooling agents to fertilizers.

The second step of the program regards cleansing your hands of industrial and commercial irritants that may accumulate during the workday. There are products for gently but effectively cleaning both water-based and water-insoluble substances from your hands. Cleaning products are divided into heavy-duty cleansers, light cleansers, and soaps.

The last step involves skin conditioning. Stockhausen conditioning products are designed to replenish lost moisture, rejuvenate skin, and promote healthy skin cell growth. When applied after work, they can provide important conditioning that completes the Stockhausen plan for healthy skin.


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