Our Hand Sanitizer Gel keeps your hands clean, moisturized and soft, even with frequent use. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends using a sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Our hand sanitizer uses the recommended 62% alcohol to kill germs and uses aloe vera and glycerin to leave hands feeling smooth and refreshed. This is a great alternative when soap and water are not available.
Squeeze a dime-sized drop into hands and rub together to achieve clean and scented hands, no water needed!
* Cruelty Free
* Gluten Free
* Paraben Free
* Soy Free
* Sulfate Free
* Phthalate Free
* Preservative Free
Available in 2oz (2 fl oz) bottles scented in:
The following bottles have a liner to protect during shipping that needs to be removed prior to use:
Day At The Spa - Garden mint, basil, lemon blossom and sage
From Arizona, With Love - Cactus nectar, aloe, cucumber, violet leaf and a hint of floral
Lavender Bellini - Lavender petals, apricot, pineapple, lemon zest, white cyclamen, sweet nectar, plum blossom, green apple and orange flower
Lemon Lavender - Lemon, soft lavender and verbena leaves
Orchids By The Beach - Sea salt, orchid, jasmine and musk infused with natural orange essential oil
Pink Punch - Scentsy, Paradise Punch type: Wild Indian orange, lemon juice, acaí berries and starfruit
Salt Margaritas, Not Sidewalks - Sparkling citrusy lemon, lime and orange, tropical florals and exotic agave
Vulcan - Capri Blue, Volcano type: Tropical fruits, sugared oranges, lemons, limes and exotic greens
Ingredients: Ethyl Alcohol 62%, Deionized Water, Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Aloe Vera, Pro-Vitamin B5, Vitamin E Acetate, Carbomer, Aminomethyl Propanol, Fragrance, Skin-Safe Colorant
*External use only. If irritation occurs, discontinue use. Flammable, keep away from fire or flames. Do not use in eyes. In case of contact, rinse thoroughly with water.
*For those with a keen sense of smell, an alcohol scent will be detectable on cold sniff, but once it is dispersed on the skin it disappears and you can only smell the fragrance. Scent should only be judged once dispersed on the skin, not on cold sniff.