Shoe Deodorant

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This product has been tested by Labor L+S AG (Mangelsfeld, Germany) for its performance against Staphyloccocus epidermidis

Shoe deodorant test results

Nolla Shoe Deodorant is a fragrance-free product which removes unpleasant smells and odors from all kinds of shoes.

Nolla Shoe Deodorant does not try to hide bad smells with artificial fragrances. Instead it kills odor causing microbes by using Nolla™ silver polymer and leaves behind fresh shoes.

Nolla Shoe Deodorant is available as a fully customized private label product. Packaging can be branded according to your specifications and the shoe deodorant can also be delivered as a concentrate if you wish to package it yourself.

Usage:
Spray evenly into the shoe and let dry.

Active ingredient:
Silver Chloride (<0.1%)

Product highlights

  • Patented silver ion technology
    Based on the same safe and effective Nolla™ silver polymer technology as other Nolla Antimicrobial products.
  • 99.99% Performance
    Argenlab shoe spray removes 99.99% of odor causing microbes.
  • Long lasting effect
    Each spray leaves behind an invisible film of silver ions, which continues to protect the shoes against microbes.
  • Safe to use
    Silver chloride is safe to use and is approved by the European Union under Biocidal Product Directive (98/8/EC).
  • Can be used on all types of shoes
    Safe to use on leather and all other natural and semisynthetic shoe materials.
  • Suitable for diabetics
    People with diabetes are susceptible to bacterial and fungal attacks on their feet because of the reduced healing of minor cuts and blisters. Poor hygiene can lead to complications or infections if good foot hygiene is not practiced. Nolla Shoe Deodorant helps keeping shoes clean and feet healthy.

Packaging

shoe deodorant
For private label customers Nolla Shoe Deodorant comes in 100ml and 200ml spray or aerosol bottles with optional display trays.

Packaging can be customized according to your specifications. Here are two further private label examples.

Alternative packaging
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Shoe Deodorant for businesses

We offer three forms of cooperation for our Shoe Deodorant:

  • Private label: Our shoe deodorant, your branding
    We can have our products manufactured with your branding, so you can seamlessly add them to your product line. Our contract manufacturers offer fast delivery times and high quality.
  • Licensing: Nolla technology in your own shoe deodorant
    If you manufacture your own products, we can license Nolla silver polymer technology to be used in them. We offer full support for our licensees to make the deployment process as smooth as possible.

How it works

Unpleasant shoe odors are caused by microbial activity, mainly bacteria and fungi. Moisture and microbial nutrients contained in sweat together with warmth create ideal conditions for microbial activity. The most unpleasant odors are caused by bacterial respiration, which breaks down the ingredients of human sweat.

Instead of trying to hide unpleasant shoe odors, Nolla Antimicrobial Shoe Deodorant kills odor causing bacteria and fungi with its patented Nolla™ silver ion technology.

Nolla Shoe Deodorant has a kill rate of 99.99% against most common odor causing bacteria, namely corynebacterium xerosis, staphyloccocus epidermis, brevibacterium epideridis and bacilus subtilis.

By killing odor causing bacteria Nolla Shoe Deodorant also improves foot hygiene, as the same bacteria can also cause discomfort and foot infections. Shoe life span is also improved, as bacteria and fungi causing deterioration of shoe materials is eliminated.

Nolla Antimicrobial’s advanced silver polymer technology is safe to use and leaves shoes fresh without artificial fragrances. Why try to hide bad smells behind fragrances, when you can remove them completely with couple of sprays?

Further Information

For more information and product samples contact Nolla Antimicrobial.