Hand Cleansing Gel
Hand washing with soap and water is always the best way to minimize exposure to harmful bacteria and viruses. When none is available, an correctly formulated and tested antibacterial gel is the next best thing.
Two important components of an effective hand sanitizer is having at least a 60% concentration of ethyl alcohol (or 70% isopropyl alcohol) and contact time. Using a product with the appropriate level of alcohol will not be effective if the alcohol does not stay in contact with the skin for less than 60 seconds. The best way to do this is to you a carbomer or gelling agent that will keep the product on your hands for 20 to 30 seconds before completely evaporating.
I am supplying this version of hand sanitizer that was created and tested in an FDA approved lab for alcohol concentration levels and contact time. I currently only have a small batch available for sale, with more on order. Once I receive additional quantities, I will add more inventory.
1.67 oz bottle with lanyard hole or 4 oz bottle
ethyl alcohol, aloe vera juice, carbomer, glycerin, triisopropanolamine, fragrance.