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Candida Albicans

Candida albicans is part of our natural microflora — or the microorganisms that commonly live in or on our bodies. 

Most of the time it causes no issues, but it’s possible for overgrowths and infections to happen.

Candida albicans is the most prevalent cause of fungal infections in people. Its species name, albicans, comes from the Latin word for “white.” The yeast appears white when cultured on a plate. And in the case of certain infections, like thrush, it can create white patches.

Certifications:

EN 1650

SANS 51650

Higher classification: Candida

Scientific name: Candida albicans

Order: Saccharomycetales

Rank: Species

Family: Saccharomycetaceae

Class: Saccharomycetes

Si-Quat has been tested against Candida Albicans and proven highly effective. 99.9999% of this fungi had been killed by the anti-microbial coating.