- Simply formulated hand sanitizer with alcohol with 65% alcohol and soothing Aloe Vera
- Hand sanitizer with alcohol kills 99.9% of germs for healthy, happy hands
Unscented, hand sanitizer with alcohol and plant-based sanitizer helps remove dirt, grime, and bacteria with 65% disinfecting alcohol, and naturally antimicrobial Aloe Vera.
SAFE FOR KIDS: Great bulk hand sanitizer with alcohol pack for parents and teachers. Pure natural ingredients in this hand sanitizer with alcohol are gentle enough for children’s sensitive skin, while still killing germs. Great to use hand sanitizer with alcohol at home or in your classroom where cold germs lurk.
MOISTURIZING & GENTLE ON SENSITIVE SKIN: Pure natural ingredients deeply nourish skin. Free from the harshest synthetic chemicals used on other brands that irritate sensitive skin. Our nutrient-rich hand sanitizer with alcohol formula includes Aloe vera, vitamin E and jojoba oil to leave your skin germ-free and feeling silky smooth.
COLD SEASON PROTECTION: Hand sanitizer with alcohol is a year-round must have that’s even more important during cold. Protect you and your family from the latest bug going around by using hand sanitizer with alcohol. Vital hygiene tool for teachers, gym enthusiasts, communal work areas, sales people and other jobs that put you in contact with the public.
SCENT FREE w/ALOE VERA: ArtNaturals Hand Sanitizer with Alcohol 8 fl Oz. bottles: Scent Free, infused with Aloe vera Gel, Jojoba Oil & Vitamin E. Convenient hand sanitizer with alcohol dispenser bottles are also great for personal use. Keeping a bottle of hand sanitizer with alcohol handy in your home, office, car and bag is a great preventative measure during cold season.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What to look for in hand sanitizer with alcohol?
Alcohol-based sanitizers should contain at least 60 percent alcohol . But any concentration between 60 to 95 percent will do the job.
A concentration of less than 60 percent alcohol can reduce the growth of germs but it won’t eradicate them completely. Therefore, beware of hand sanitizers with too little alcohol, or hand sanitizers that use alcohol substitutes , which are not as effective or recommended by the CDC.
How to Use Hand Sanitizer with Alcohol while Out and About?
During the Coronavirus Disease 19 (COVID-19) pandemic, keeping hands clean is especially important to help prevent the virus from spreading, see CDC Health Advisory.
Serious health problems caused by hand sanitizers containing methanol.
Germs are everywhere! They can get onto hands and items we touch during daily activities and make us sick. Cleaning hands at key times with soap and water or hand sanitizer with alcohol that contains at least 60% alcohol is one of the most important steps you can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to those around you.
There are important differences between washing hands with soap and water and using hand sanitizer with alcohol. Soap and water work to remove all types of germs from hands, while sanitizer acts by killing certain germs on the skin. Although alcohol-based hand sanitizers can quickly reduce the number of germs in many situations, they should be used in the right situations. Soap and water are more effective than hand sanitizers at removing certain kinds of germs like norovirus Cryptosporidium , and Clostridioides difficile , as well as chemicals.
Hand sanitizer with alcohol also may not remove harmful chemicals, such as pesticides and heavy metals like lead.
Handwashing reduces the amounts of all types of germs, pesticides, and metals on hands. Knowing when to clean your hands and which method to use will give you the best chance of preventing sickness.
Where should hand sanitizer with alcohol be stored?
Hand sanitizer with alcohol should be stored out of reach, and sight, of children. It should not be stored above 105°F (for example, it should not be stored in a car during the summer months).
What do I do if I get a rash or other reaction to hand sanitizer?
Call your doctor if you experience a serious reaction to hand sanitizer. FDA encourages consumers and health care professionals to report adverse events experienced with the use of hand sanitizers to FDA’s MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting program.
Include as much information as you can about the product that caused the reaction, including the product name, the manufacturer, and the lot number (if available).
Is hand sanitizer effective against COVID-19?
The best way to prevent the spread of infections and decrease the risk of getting sick is by washing your hands with plain soap and water, advises the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) . Washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds is essential, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after coughing, sneezing, or blowing one’s nose. If soap and water are not available, CDC recommends consumers use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
When & How to Use Hand Sanitizer with alcohol in Community Settings?
During the Coronavirus Disease 19 (COVID-19) pandemic, keeping hands clean is especially important to help prevent the virus from spreading. Find answers to frequent questions about hand hygiene on the CDC Hand Hygiene FAQs page.
CDC recommends washing hands with soap and water whenever possible because handwashing reduces the amounts of all types of germs and chemicals on hands. But if soap and water are not available, using a hand sanitizer with alcohol with at least 60% alcohol can help you avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. The guidance for effective handwashing and use of hand sanitizer with alcohol in community settings was developed based on data from a number of studies.
Note: For hand hygiene guidance in healthcare settings, please visit the CDC Clean Hands Count webpage.
Why use Alcohol based hand sanitizer?
In most healthcare settings alcohol-based hand sanitizers are preferable to hand washing with soap and water, because it may be better tolerated and is more effective at reducing bacteria. Hand washing with soap and water, however, should be carried out if contamination can be seen, or following the use of the toilet. The general use of non-alcohol-based hand sanitizers has no recommendations.
Won’t frequent use of alcohol-based hand rubs dry out my skin?
No! In fact, studies have proven that nurses who routinely cleaned their hands between patients by using an alcohol-based hand rub had less skin irritation and dryness than people who washed their hands with soap and water. Many alcohol-based hand rubs contain moisturizers (emollients) that help prevent dryness.
Why are alcohol-based hand rubs a good option?
Alcohol-based hand rubs are a good option because they are a convenient way to get rid of germs when your hands are not visibly soiled. Because water, soap and towels are not needed, hand sanitizers can be taken with you and used any time and any place.
For example, hand sanitizers can be carried in your purse, backpack and in your car. And of course, they can be kept throughout your home or office – giving you and your family a convenient way to get rid of the germs on your hands.