Category Archives: Hand Sanitizers

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Are Hand Sanitizers Safe for Kids?

Child smiling and holding palmpalm hand sanitizer on the beach, surrounded by palmpalm hand sanitizer gel and wipes

For those of you who have young children at home, there are so many things that you have to think about: their diet, health, sleep, and more – and that’s not including your own well-being.  I’m sure that safety also comes to the top of mind.  With the recent emphasis on hand sanitizer usage, safety[read more…]

Here’s What You Need to Know About Toxic Methanol Hand Sanitizers

person squirting hand sanitizer into hand

In just a handful of months, hand sanitizer became a household staple in America as people across the country geared up to face COVID-19. It provided the perfect solution to those who wanted to stay clean while on the go. And in the matter of days, the store shelves were cleared of it.  It’s great[read more…]

Gel or Liquid Hand Sanitizers: What’s the Difference?

Mother holding two hand sanitizers to show child

When people think about hand sanitizers, they usually think about the standard gel they see at their doctor’s office, in a teacher’s classroom, or maybe their neighborhood grocery store. It’s what they’ve often seen in public places and, therefore, what they are most familiar with. But the gel is not the only form. There are[read more…]

3 Reasons Why You Should NOT Make Hand Sanitizer at Home

Unmarked hand sanitizer bottles next to face masks

It’s pretty well known by now that hand sanitizers are in high demand due to the current pandemic. There are still jokes circulating online that both hand sanitizer and toilet paper can essentially be treated as currency. It’s gotten that bad. But, all jokes aside, where can you now buy hand sanitizer, if store shelves[read more…]

Face Touching Can Increase the Risk of Viral Infection: What to Do About it

Avoid touching your face. Protect yourself from Coronavirus.

You may be surprised to learn that you likely touch your face more often than you realize. Studies show we touch our faces multiple times per hour. This can increase the risk of infection by viruses that can easily enter through the eyes, nose, and mouth. Finding ways to remind yourself not to touch your[read more…]