Are ProDerma products tested at laboratories?

Yes, all ProDerma brand products undergo strict tests carried out at international laboratories.


How do you prove that ProDerma products eliminate 99.9% of bacteria?

The ProDerma Products have undergone strict tests that have proven the elimination of 99.9% of bacteria, such as: bactericidal efficacy tests.


At which laboratories are the tests on ProDerma products carried out?

Dermatology Unit, Universidade Lusófona – Lisbon

Egas Moniz Applied Microbiology Laboratory – Lisbon

Inovapotek Pharmaceutical Research and Development – Porto

Microbiological Monitoring Laboratory of the Faculty of Pharmacy of Universidade de Lisboa

Test Laboratory, Instituto Superior Técnico – Lisbon


What are bacteria?

They are single-cell microscopic or submicroscopic micro-organisms and can live in isolation or in colonies. They can live in environments even without oxygen. These are the oldest organisms in the world, approximately 3.8 billion years old.


In which environments do bacteria exist?

Bacteria can be found practically all over the planet. There are bacteria in the air, in fresh water, on surfaces, in the ground, in seawater and at the bottom of the ocean, on skin and anywhere where air circulates and can disperse and spread bacteria.


Can bacteria be beneficial?

Yes. Bacteria are responsible for breaking down organic matter. In this process, gases and nutrients are released and will be reused in the life cycle of other living beings. In addition the bacteria present in the organisms of living beings, for example those that live in our intestine, control the populations of agents that are harmful to our health.


What diseases are caused by bacteria?

Human diseases caused by bacteria include: tuberculosis, diphtheria, meningitis bacterial, gonorrhoea, syphilis, bubonic plague, leptospirosis, cholera, typhoid, tetanus and anthrax.


What is the difference between fungi, virus and bacteria?

They are all microorganisms that can cause diseases, and they are everywhere. The difference is in how they attack our body.