Peppermint Tea Tree Hand Sanitizer Spray
VERSATILE USE - Spray on children’s hands and wipe clean! Spray on a paper towel or surface to make sanitizing wipes for surfaces to disinfectant public bathrooms, classrooms, cars, buses, trains, planes.
PERFECT FOR HOME OR TRAVEL USE - Our 2 oz bot tle is small and easy to carry in a purse or keep at home. It features a very high quality spray cap that produces a fine mist spray. Spray onto hands to quickly kill germs when no hand soap and water are available. Great for on-the-go or for your kids sticky hands. Travel friendly, keep in your car so it is ready when you are out and about.
70% ethyl alcohol as the active ingredient which is effective in killing 99.99% of bacteria and viruses.
*CDC recommends hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. This blend has a base of 70%.
Active Ingredients: Ethyl Alcohol (70%)
Inactive ingredients: Glycerin, Purified Water, Peppermint, Tea Tree Essential Oil
Handmade in the USA
Warning: Please remember that this product is flammable. Keep away from fire or flame. Do not spray, drink or rub in the eyes under any circumstances. In case of contact with eyes rinse thoroughly with water. This product is for external use only. Stop use and ask doctor if irritation or redness develop. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed get medical help promptly.
CDC STATEMENT FOR HEALTHCARE PERSONNEL ON HAND HYGIENE DURING THE RESPONSE TO THE INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCE OF COVID-19
CDC recommendations reflect the important role of hand hygiene for preventing the transmission of pathogens in healthcare settings for a wide range of pathogens. The ability of hand hygiene, including hand washing or the use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers to prevent infections is related to reductions in the number of viable pathogens that transiently contaminate the hands. Hand washing mechanically removes pathogens, while laboratory data demonstrate that 60% ethanol and 70% isopropanol, the active ingredients in CDC-recommended alcohol-based hand sanitizers, inactivates viruses that are genetically related to, and with similar physical properties as, the 2019-nCoV.
While the exact role of direct and indirect spread of coronaviruses between people that could be reduced by hand hygiene is unknown at this time, hand hygiene for infection prevention is an important part of the U.S. response to the international emergence of COVID-19.
CDC recommends the use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers with greater than 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol as the preferred form of hand hygiene in healthcare settings, based upon greater access to hand sanitizer. Health care providers who use alcohol-based hand sanitizers as part of their hand hygiene routine can inform patients that they are following CDC guidelines.