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Corinne Gee-Turner BSc (Hons) MSc (Econ)
Corinne Gee-Turner BSc (Hons) MSc (Econ)

Corinne has always had a thirst for travel and adventure.  Whilst doing her first degree at The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London and then her Masters at the London School of Economics, Corinne worked as a Tour Manager across Western Europe, relishing the opportunity to experience the different historical sites and varying cultures.  Corinne’s thirst for adventure has taken her to both the Antarctic and the Arctic where she spent three weeks living on the ice with the Inuit and dog sledding to the Geo Magnetic North Pole.

Time spent in South Africa working on an environmentally friendly, low cost social housing project proved insightful; developing an understanding of the acute need for improved infection control to help reduce the widespread problem of AMR (Antimicrobial Resistance).  With a brother in medical devices and a nephew as a paramedic, Corinne researched and found a team of British scientists with a pharmaceutical background, who had developed a method of stabilising hypochlorous acid; one of the most effective known biocides and the same chemical produced by the human immune system to kill invasive organisms and fight infection.

Combining her love of adventure activity and appreciating that infection prevention is key, Corinne worked with the ground-breaking scientists to develop Nemesis eH2O , and so share the benefits of a natural antiseptic, anti-bacterial, antiviral and antifungal product that has no nasty chemicals, no preservatives, no colour, no alcohol, no waste product and is packaged in refillable and recyclable bottles. Nemesis eH2O is used in the NHS in the UK and distributed through Boots Alliance.

Living life’s adventures with infection’s Nemesis! Suitable for use from birth, non-sting pH neutral, for use on all skin areas including around the eyes and mouth.  Effective hand sanitiser without drying or irritating the skin.  Also use to sanitise hard and soft surfaces including babies’ dummies and children’s toys.