Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions – Voda oXycure

What chemicals are used to produce voda oxycure solutions?

None. They are produced using water, a 0.5 to 1% solution of salt (NaCl or KCl), and electricity.

What are the active agents in the liquids?

Oxycure consist of 99.6% water, 0.26% salt and 0.05% hypochlorous acid & hypochlorite ion.

The production Units contain one (or more) special electrolytic cells that charge the water with an electrical charge. The concentrate of liquid holds around 800 – 1,200 mV of charge (ORP), depending on whether it is made as an acidic or a neutral product.

What is so special about this electrolyte cell compared to other similar products?

The titanium electrodes in the cells are coated with a special alloy that enables the cells to endure extremely high voltage throughput. Other electrolytic cells on the market will only manage a voltage of around 8 volts, and their lifetime is around 6-8 months. In the productioncells the voltage is 4 fold.

What is the life expectancy of the Production Cells?

The cells are expected to have a lifetime of 5 years – used at 10hrs/day – after which the cells need to be replaced or reconditioned.

How does the solution makes skin healthy

The water molecule is charged and the size of the water molecule is reduced. When sprayed on skin it goes deep into the skin and provide oxygen to the cells which in-turn will make your skin healthy and radiating

How much do I need to dose in my application?

Spray it on the affected area or you entire face 3 to 4 times a day for better results

Organic certification?

Akshayavari is an organic product , since it is pesticide-free, additive-free, chemical-free, non-chemical,  Its raw material ingredients are pure rain water H2O and cooking salt NaCl.

Akshayavari is nontoxic, since there is no crop contamination when it is stored. It is Metal free and there are no residuals. Also, when Akshayavari is used it is diluted to 1 to 20% depending on the application. It is safe to use on plants, pets, by human and it will not spoil the environment.



Chlorine materials are included on the National List of Allowed and Prohibited Substances (National List).

In water, chlorine materials such as calcium and sodium hypochlorite form an equilibrium of related chlorine species,including hypochlorous acid (HOCl) and hypochlorite (ClO-). Similar chlorine species are formed in the generation of electrolyzed water. Accordingly, the NOP considers hypochlorous acid generated by electrolyzed water to bean allowable type of chlorine material.

New Zealand   

Approved for use in organic production or food processing and handling under COR standards


Electrolysed water (which may contain hypochlorous acid as a by-product of either electrolysis or from the dissolution of chlorine compounds in water), is permitted.

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