C3 Cosmetology Complete Care


BactroKill C3 is an EPA registered eco-responsible hospital grade bactericide, fungicide and virucide. Meets the states standards for infection control. BactroKill C3 is ready to use, no rinse and fragrance free! BactroKill C3 is the ideal disinfectant for: hard, nonporous surfaces found in beauty salons, nail salons, barber shops, cosmetology schools and spas.

BactroKill C3 - Benefits at a Glance

BactroKill C3 cleaner and disinfecting technology is non-abrasive, non-corrosive and leaves no sticky residue. BactroKill C3 will not harm hard, nonporous surfaces including granite, marble and travertine. It is ideal for cleaning and disinfecting barber and beauty tools.

  • CLO2 is known to break through biofilm and eliminate microorganisms
  • Eliminates germs in 60 seconds
  • Requires no rinse and contains no phosphates, no fragrance and no chemical fumes
  • Works on surfaces, tools and submersion
  • Time saving
  • Spray and go touchless formula
  • No mixing required
  • Eco-responsible for people, plants and pets
    • Non-poisonous
    • Non-carcinogenic


Makeup and Work Stations

Reception and Front Desk

Guest Seating and Massage Beds


Makeup Brushes and Tools

Skincare, Nail and Hair Tools

Full Submersion Tools


Keyboards and Credit Card Machines

Front Doors, Bathroom and Break Room Doors

Break Room Surfaces and Appliances


As the exclusive distributor of BactroKill C3 for the beauty industry, MUSE BEAUTY is proud to offer a 30 minute online certification.

This virtual certification is available 24/7. Please watch the Certification Video below and take the quiz. Upon successful completion of the quiz you will receive a printable certificate via email.


Q: How often does BactroKill C3 need to be changed out from bins if/when disinfecting tools?

A: Always follow state board protocol. As far as efficacy, BactroKill C3 can last more than a day, but it depends on how much biological influence was introduced into the bin. EX: The efficacy would last longer with 5 combs in the bin vs. 25 combs per day. Recommendations are to change the disinfection bin daily unless you are providing ATP testing.

Q: Is BactroKill C3 recognized by state board as an approved disinfectant in place of Quats?

A: Yes, BactroKill C3 is recognized by state board as an approved EPA-registered hospital disinfectant.

Q: Will BactroKill C3 kill SARS-COV-2?

A: Yes, BactroKill C3 will kill SARS-COV-2. SARS-COV-2 is an enveloped virus, meaning it is easy to kill with proper EPA registered hospital disinfection.

Q: Is BactroKill C3 recognized by state board as an approved disinfectant in place of Barbacide?

A: Yes, BactroKill C3 is recognized by state board as an approved EPA-registered hospital disinfectant.

Q: Can I pour BactroKill C3 into a wipe package and use it as wipes?

A: Technically you can pour BactroKill C3 into a container of dry wipes but it isn't necessary due to the advanced spray and go formula. Clean your surface first, then mist with BactroKill C3 12-24 inches away, apply with even saturation and allow to dry.

Q: I live in a hot weather climate, how hot can the car be inside to keep my BactroKill C3 safe and working?

A: According to the SDS (Safety Data Sheet) do not store or expose BactroKill C3 to temperatures greater than 100⁰F as the CL02 will lose efficacy.

Q: If my school requires me to wash my face mask everyday, can I just spray my mask daily with BactroKill C3?

A: We recommend following your school protocols. Washing with soap and water is an acceptable protocol for cleaning face masks. BactroKill C3 has not been officially tested for disinfecting face masks. If you spray your face mask with BactroKill C3 we recommend you rinse thoroughly with clean water and let air dry before reuse. Not recommended for sensitive skin or conditions such as: rosacea, eczema, rashes or individuals that are hypoallergenic.

Q: If someone coughs or sneezes while they are in my chair, should I grab my BactroKill C3 and spray into that area?

A: No, this would not be necessary. If you properly disinfect your station before and after your service and you are both wearing face masks, you should be safe. We recommend washing your hands and disinfecting your station immediately after the service.

Q: How does nanotechnology work with BactroKill C3? What is the process?

A: BactroKill C3 is engineered through nanotechnology to distribute its disinfecting power directly at target microorganisms. Unlike most toxic disinfectants, BactroKill C3 does not waste its disinfecting power by attacking dirt, debris and general organic materials. This is a very unique technology that makes BactroKill C3 an eco-friendly hospital disinfectant.

Q: Does BactroKill C3 kill bacteria spores?

A: No, BactroKill C3 has not been officially tested as a sporicidal so the EPA claim is not on the label.

Q: Can I use BactroKill C3 as a hand sanitizer?

A: No, because BactroKill C3 is an EPA registered hospital disinfectant. BactroKill C3 is not FDA approved as a hand sanitizer.

Q: When removing tools from submersion disinfection, do I need to use gloves and tongs?

A: No because BactroKill C3 is eco-responsible. According to the SDS sheet, no PPE is required for handling or using BactroKill C3. You do not need to wear gloves however any type of PPE is considered added safety.

Q: Can BactroKill C3 be used in replacement of a brush cleaner?

A: No, brush cleaner is used to remove makeup. You must first use a brush cleaner to sanitize, followed with several mists of BactroKill C3 to disinfect.

Q: How often should I use BactroKill C3 with my makeup brushes?

A: After every service, clean/sanitize your brushes. Mist with BactroKill C3 to further disinfect.

Q: Can I use BactroKill C3 on my makeup palettes?

A: BactroKill C3 has not been EPA tested for makeup, however it will kill bacteria on brush handles and makeup containers, a mist over makeup is for the container, not the makeup. Use proper sanitation when using shadow palettes. (According to your state regulations)

Q: On high touch point areas, how often should I spray with BactroKill C3?

A: Every time someone touches the high touch point area. The CDC recommends the disinfection of high touch points daily.

Practice routine cleaning of frequently touched surfaces. More frequent cleaning and disinfection may be required based on level of use. Surfaces and objects in public places, such as point of sale keypads should be cleaned and disinfected before each use.

High touch surfaces include: Tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, sinks, etc.