Commercial hand sanitizer is getting expensive, and with the shortage of hand sanitizer due to COVID-19, you may have to resort to making your own. Making your own hand sanitizer is a simple process that results in a formula you can customize to suit your personal tastes.
The CDC recommends washing hands for at least 20 seconds multiple times a day, but the reality of life can get in the way (on the go, in a plane, train, or subway, you get the point)—and that’s when a hand sanitizer is necessary. While there are several nonalcoholic versions of hand sanitizers on the market, the CDC recommends one that contains at least 60% alcohol for maximum efficacy—and all of those are either sold out at local retailers (at least in Los Angeles) or going for 10-20 times their normal price.
Some commercial hand sanitizer contains ingredients as scary as the germs they protect you from, so why not make your own hand sanitizer from ingredients you select in just a few easy steps.
Here is a preview of what you will learn:
Safety Concerns of Hand Sanitizers
Effectiveness of Hand Sanitizers
Various Homemade Hand Sanitizer Recipes
World Health Organization (WHO) recipe for creating alcohol based hand rub
How to Make Aloe Vera Gel
Correct Hand washing technique
Tips On Using Hand Sanitizer More Effectively
And so much more!
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