A plant-based sanitizer that effectively kills 99.9% of germs and bacteria. Hypoallergenic and dermatologist-tested, our quick-drying spray formula is made with a combination of naturally-derived glycerin and aloe to help leave skin feeling soft and moisturized. — without a sticky residue.
Made in the USA with US and imported materials. Base scent may vary due to the sourcing of ingredients.
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Spray directly on hand and rub in thoroughly. Recommended for repeated use.
Ethyl Alcohol 62% Antiseptic
Whenever possible, proper hand washing with soap and water is recommended. However, in any case where soap and water is not available, using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer is a convenient solution for effectively cleaning and killing harmful bacteria.
When used correctly, hand sanitizers effectively clean hands when soap and water are not available. According to the CDC and the World Health Organization, using a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content can help prevent sickness and the spread of harmful germs and viruses to others. However, hand sanitizer may lose its effectiveness if your hands are greasy, exposed to chemicals or heavily soiled.
Place the recommended amount of hand sanitizer (roughly the size of a quarter) in the palm of your hand. Rub your hands together thoroughly, including the space between your fingers, to achieve proper hand hygiene. Stop rubbing your hands once the skin is dry.
Yes. Most hand sanitizers are alcohol-based, and frequent usage can lead to dry, cracked skin. If dryness occurs, apply a soothing lotion or moisturizer. Aloe vera is an active ingredient in our sanitizer gel which acts as a moisturizer leaving your hands smooth. Additionally, over-sanitizing your hands may limit the body’s exposure to the necessary bacteria and germs that help strengthen the immune system, according to U.S. News & Health.
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