FREE TriQuell Hygienic Cleansing Lotion Is Available to People That Are Planning on Getting a Colonoscopy
TriQuell encourages colon cancer screening for men and women over 50
SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The makers of TriQuell Hygienic Cleansing Lotion would like to encourage people to get screened for colon cancer. That is why they are giving away FREE full size bottles to anyone that is planning on getting a colonoscopy within the next six months (this offer is limited to residents of the USA).
People that live in the Salt Lake County Utah area can pick up their free bottles from Meier’s Pharmacy at 4698 S Holladay Blvd inHolladay, Utah. Store hours are 9 am to 6 pm Monday thru Friday and 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday. People that live outside the area can still get FREE bottles by going to www.trytriquell.com/free1and using coupon code: FREE1. Note that a $3.95 shipping fee will be applied to all shipped orders. These full size bottles of TriQuell normally sell for $19.95. This offer will end on September 25, 2016or when supplies are exhausted. Limit of one bottle per household.
The American Cancer Society recommends that men and women with an average risk of getting colorectal cancer should start getting screened at age 50. One of the most common and effective screening methods is a colonoscopy. The procedure is relatively painless. However, many gastroenterologists tell their patients that the preparation for the procedure is the most uncomfortable part. This is because the bowel cleansing prep includes a clear liquid diet, strong laxatives and a high fluid intake that causes prolonged diarrhea.
TriQuell Hygienic Cleansing Lotion can help prevent discomfort because it calms and soothes irritated perianal skin, returns skin pH to normal levels and leaves behind a light but protective, non-greasy barrier cream.
Getting screened for colon cancer saves lives. Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer related deaths in the United States. The good news is that advances in screening and treatment have led to a steady drop in colorectal cancer deaths. In fact, there are now more than one million survivors of colorectal cancer in the United States.
About: Doctor Recommended TriQuell Hygienic Cleansing Lotion is a product of Talon House, LLC of Salt Lake City, Utah. Many people use TriQuell on a daily basis to soothe irritation and to stay extra clean between showers or baths. The product is fragrance free, hypoallergenic and made in the USA. TriQuell is sold in easily carried 4 oz. bottles that last most regular individual users about three months. The product can be purchased on the company’s website and is delivered in discreet plain packaging. If unsatisfied for any reason, consumers can return the empty bottle within 60 days for a full refund. To read testimonials, place orders or learn more about TriQuell visit www.trytriquell.com. A product video is also available athttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37PnVXGNfs8.
Wet Wipes for Adults Are Hurting Homes, Sewer Systems, and Environment, Warns Talon House, LLC
SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Pre-moistened towelettes, also known as wet wipes, are becoming very popular with adults as a “clean” alternative to toilet paper. Unfortunately, wet wipes — even some marketed as “flushable” — don’t break down in water like toilet paper, wreaking havoc on sewer systems, household plumbing, and the environment. “There’s no need to reinvent the roll,” says Jack Falkenrath, CEO of Talon House, LLC, maker of TriQuell Hygienic Cleansing Lotion. “The safe, clean alternative is ordinary toilet paper plus a hygienic cleansing lotion.”
The wet wipe market is now estimated to be over $6 billion dollarsper year and growing at a rate of 5 to 6% annually. It’s not surprising since it’s hard to get completely clean with dry toilet paper alone. In addition, several members of the entertainment industry have been promoting the use of wet wipes and insinuating that people that don’t use them are un-clean.
Here are seven reasons to use hygienic cleansing lotion with regular toilet paper:
- Home Plumbing – Wet wipes can get caught inside small pipes, on minor plumbing imperfections and on tree roots that often find their way inside home septic systems and sewer pipes. Once caught they can accumulate along with grease and other matter to form what plumbers refer to as super-knots. These can be hard and expensive to remove. Even worse, if these clogs are not treated in time, they can result in raw sewage backing up inside homes.
- Sewer System – Even if wet wipes make it down the toilet, through home plumbing and to the municipal sewer system, they can still cause problems. The New York City Dept. of Environmental Protection is said to have spent over $18 millionover the last five to six years paying workers to remove wet wipes by hand. In addition, water treatment centers are spending millions of dollars replacing pumps and other equipment that was never designed to handle items that don’t break down easily. Multiply these expenses by all the water treatment facilities worldwide and it is obviously a very expensive problem. This means that everyone is paying for the convenience of wet wipes in the form of backed up sewers and higher taxes and fees, even the people that don’t use them.
- Filling up Landfills – After wet wipes are removed from the sewer system they are sanitized (washed) and hauled away to landfills.
- Stinky Trash Cans – Anyone that has ever emptied a dirty diaper pail knows that it is not a pleasant experience. For this reason and others, many adults are reluctant to throw soiled wet wipes in receptacles that are located inside the house.
- Increased Water Usage – Leading manufacturers of wet wipes instruct users to only flush one ‘flushable’ wet wipe at a time. This means that the typical user will be flushing the toilet several times during each visit. Obviously this results in increased water usage, which is especially concerning in drought stricken areas.
- Soothing- TriQuell Hygienic Cleansing Lotion features a proprietary blend of naturally derived soothing ingredients and was specifically formulated to calm perianal irritation. Because wet wipes are fully saturated, any soothing ingredients included are much more diluted.
- Portability – It’s difficult to fit more than a few wet wipes inside a purse or pocket. Hygienic cleansing lotions make it easier to remain prepared since they come in easily carried compact bottles that often last regular individual users several months.
In conclusion, TriQuell Hygienic Cleansing Lotion and ordinary toilet paper is a better alternative for people that like the thorough cleansing provided by wet wipes, but don’t want to worry about the potential negative consequences of using them.
Doctor Recommended TriQuell Hygienic Cleansing Lotion is a product of Talon House, LLC of Salt Lake City, Utah. TriQuell is fragrance free and made in the USA. The product can be purchased on the company’s website and is delivered in discreet plain packaging. To learn more visit www.trytriquell.com/wipes.
Your Mother Was Wrong
New TriQuell Hygienic Cleansing Lotion enhances toilet paper’s ability to clean
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Aug. 12, 2015 – Never heard of a hygienic cleansing lotion? You’re not alone. The vast majority of people have grown up in households where their mothers taught them to wipe their bottoms with dry toilet paper. There are two main problems with this method.
First, it’s impossible to completely remove residue and odor with just dry toilet paper. Most people wouldn’t try to clean the mud off their cars or trucks with a dry towel and it makes even less sense to try to clean peri-anal skin with dry toilet paper. Second, the wood fibers in toilet paper can cause micro-cuts and abrasions when used dry. The harder someone tries to get clean with dry toilet paper, the more irritation it causes. However, add a small amount of TriQuell to the toilet paper and the luxuriously silky smooth formula solves both of these issues.
TriQuell is for men and women. The product can be used after each bowel movement, for external vaginal cleansing, before going to bed each night or any other time soothing is needed. TriQuell is hypoallergenic and pH balanced. Because it does not thin the skin, it can be used as often as desired.
According to Talon House, LLC President Jack Falkenrath, “Users like the fact that they can get thoroughly clean, confident and comfortable without needing to take another bath or shower.”
TriQuell can provide additional benefits to people that are suffering from conditions like dryness, constipation and diarrhea. When people are already suffering from compromised peri-anal skin, using dry toilet paper can lead to greater irritation and even bleeding. TriQuell makes it easy to get gently and thoroughly clean without causing further damage. Plus, TriQuell soothes irritation and leaves behind a light barrier cream that helps protect this delicate skin.
TriQuell utilizes the latest advances in skin care science and includes four naturally derived soothing ingredients. They are Lanolin, Bisabolo (made from Chamomile extract), Aloe Barbadis Leaf Juice and Avena Sativa Kernal Flour. According to Dr. Kathleen Job, PhD Bio-Engineering; “This unique and proprietary formula is remarkably effective at returning pH to normal levels while nourishing the skin and calming irritation.”
About: Doctor Recommended TriQuell Hygienic Cleansing Lotion is a product of Talon House, LLC of Salt Lake City, Utah. TriQuell is fragrance free and made in the USA. It is sold in easily carried 4 oz. bottles that last most regular individual users about three months. The product can be purchased on the company’s website and is delivered in discreet plain packaging. If unsatisfied for any reason, consumers can return the empty bottle within 60 days for a full refund (less S&H). To read testimonials, place orders or learn more about TriQuell visit www.trytriquell.com. A product video is also available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37PnVXGNfs8.