This Bath House Hand Sanitizer Spray Bottle 50ml is really useful for sanitising hands on the go. It's unscented and contains natural glycerine to moisturise and contribute to protection from dryness.
The spray bottle function means that with two sprays you can dispense enough sanitiser to effectively cleanse the hands - without using too much, which is often the case with squeezy bottles or tubes. This also means it dries off far quicker without leaving excess liquid on the hands. With the spray bottle you can dispense just the right amount in no time at all.
Like all their products, Bath House make their hand sanitizer in Cumbria, UK. It contains 82% natural, sustainably sourced alcohol, which helps kill bacteria through a chemical process known as denaturation. Alcohol molecules bond with the fat membrane that surrounds a bacteria cell, and as the membrane is destroyed, the contents are exposed, meaning the cell starts to dissolve and quickly die. This is similar to what happens when washing your hands with soap and water.
This 50ml bottle contains enough sanitizer for up to 150 uses (based on 2 spritzes per use). To use this product:
- Make sure all dirt is already removed from the hands to increase the sanitising potential.
- Spritz twice into the palm of one hand.
- Rub your hands together, covering the whole surface of both hands. This must include the backs of your hands, palms, fingertips and in between fingers.
- Keep doing this until the liquid has been absorbed and your hands are fully dry.
Alcohol-based hand sanitizer is recommended only if soap and water are not available. This product has a World Health Organization recommended formulation.
Ingredients: Alcohol Denat (82%), Aqua (Water), Glycerin, Hydrogen Peroxide.
- Flammable. Keep away from sources of ignition. Do not use whilst smoking.
- For external use only.
- Keep out of reach of children and animals.
- Avoid contact with eyes.
- If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately.
- Store in a cool place.
- Avoid contact with fabrics or surfaces.