We know from scientific research that killing germs on your hands help stops the spread of nasty bacteria.
But when you’re out and about it’s difficult to find a washroom every time you touch a potentially unsanitary item. That’s why waterless hand sanitisers were developed.
Gel based hand sanitisers typically contain over 60-95% alcohol as the active ingredient used to kill germs.
Alcohol works fast, but it has a couple of side effects such as; being highly dangerous if accidentally consumed by children, and is flammable.
New alternative hand sanitisers are now on the market. They are made from 100% natural and organic ingredients and use nature’s own powerful and effective germ killer – citric acid.
With the right formulation of natural supporting ingredients, these natural sanitisers are 100% safe to use and contain no harmful ingredients.
These sanitisers also moisturise rather than dry out your skin.
Natural hand sanitisers often have a neutral or possibly even a slight sweet citrus fragrance.
Always read the labels to make sure you know what you are using on your skin, and to be aware of any possible warnings or dangers.
Sanitisers must be tested and verified by an independent laboratory. The laboratory tests the effectiveness of the sanitiser against the most common types of bugs and germs such as; Escherischia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Listeria monocytogenes.
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