Hand Sanitizer

Hand sanitizer

Often has a form of alcohol, such as ethyl alcohol, as an active ingredient and works as an antiseptic. Other ingredients could include water, fragrance, and glycerin. Other non-alcohol based hand sanitizers contain an antibiotic compound called triclosan or triclocarban.

How does hand sanitizers work?

It works by killing cells—not human cells. It kills microbial cells. It’s based on the use of 70 per cent isopropanol alcohol, which is rubbing alcohol. That’s the concentration of rubbing alcohol that is most effective in killing germs—it’s even more effective than 100 per cent.

What are the benefits of hand sanitizer?

Benefits of waterless hand sanitizer:
  • require less time than hand washing.
  • act quickly to kill microorganisms on hands.
  • are more accessible than sinks.
  • reduce bacterial counts on hands.
  • do not promote antimicrobial resistance.
  • are less irritating to skin than soap and water.
  • some can even improve condition of skin.
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