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Why Choose HICC Pet® Purified HOCl?
Cleansing Properties

HICC Pet® purified Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) is effective to remove germs and contaminants on the skin surface, and assists in the management of cuts, scrapes, lacerations, abrasions, and even minor wounds and burns.

Fast Relief

HICC Pet® purified HOCl is proven to be gentle and soothing on the skin and helps relieve itching and reduce discomfort.


HICC Pet® purified HOCl provides mild and effective pet care without parabens, phthalates, alcohol, propylene glycol, sulfates, dyes, or harsh chemicals.

What Are The Clinical Benefits Of Using Purified Hypochlorous Acid On Pets?

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is a naturally occurring substance produced in mammalian white blood cells that aids the immune system in dealing with invading microbes.

Purified HOCl, formulated with our specialized technology, is a gentle cleanser that is soothing and non-irritating and is safe on the skin.

HICC Pet® HOCl is purified, stable, and formulated for optimal benefit.

What Makes HICC PET® Purified Hypochlorous Acid Technology Special?

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is a versatile compound that has been used for over 100 years in the human healthcare field. It was used in World War I to effectively treat battle wounds and was only first reported in veterinary literature in 1916.

Initial formulations produced on the battlefield were unstable because the HOCl would rapidly degrade to less effective components. We've stabilized the compound using innovative technology and provide a purified form of hypochlorous acid without harmful additives.

We also developed the first pet glove wipes infused with hypochlorous acid, and some of our packaging features separate compartments for the liquid and gloves, which can be combined to keep the HOCl in its freshest and most active form.

The Science Behind HICC PET® Purified Hypochlorous Acid Technology

The hypochlorous acid we created that is used in our products does not contain hypochlorite or synthetic ingredients. It is HICC Pet® patented scientific technology.

Our products contain:
  • NO Parabens
  • NO Propylene Glycol
  • NO Phthalates
  • NO Sulfates
  • NO Dyes
  • NO Harsh Chemicals
  • NO Alcohol
Scientific Publications Below is a list of publications describing hypochlorous acid and its use in human and veterinary healthcare. It is provided for educational purposes only, and not to assert any type of healthcare claims for our products.

Andrés, CMC; Pérez de la Lastra, JM; Juan, CA; et al: Hypochlorous acid chemistry in mammalian cells – Influence on infection and role in various pathologies. Int J Mol Sci, 2022; 23(18): 10735;

Block, MS; Rowan, BG: Hypochlorous Acid: A Review. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 2020; 78(9): 1461-1466. DOI: HYPERLINK ""10.3390/ijms231810735

Gold, MH, Andriessen, A; Bhatia, AC; et al: Topical stabilized hypochlorous acid: The future gold standard for wound care and scar management in dermatologic and plastic surgery procedures. J Cosmet Dermatol, 2020; 19(2): 270-277.

Jeffers, JG: Topical therapy for drug-resistant pyoderma in small animals. Vet Clin Sm Anim Pract, 2013; 43(1): 41-50,

Joachim, D: Wound cleansing: Benefits of Hypochlorous acid. J Wound Care, 2020; 29(Sup10a): S4-S8.

Mueller, RS; Baumann, KN; Boehm, T; et al: Evaluation of hypochlorous acid as an ear flush in dogs with chronic otitis externa. Vet Dermatol, 2023; 34: 134 –141.

Natarelli, N; Nong, Y; Maloh, J; Sivamani, R: Hypochlorous Acid: Applications in Dermatology. Journal of Integrative Dermatology, 2022, published online.

Roberts, HL: Hypochlorous acid solution. An effective and inexpensive antiseptic preparation. Vet J, 1916; 72(7): 248-250.

Sakayra S, Gunay N, Karakulak M et al. Hypochlorous acid: an ideal wound care agent with powerful microbicidal, antibiofilm, and wound healing properties. Wounds. 2014;26(12):342–350.

Uri, M; Buckley, LM; Marriage, L; et al: A pilot study comparing in vitro efficacy of topical preparations against veterinary pathogens. Vet Dermatol, 2016; 27(3): 152-e39;