- 68% alcohol content
- Infused with Aloe Vera and Vitamin E
- Gel-based cleanser effectively sanitizes
- Hands to keep you safe from germs.
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What germs can hand sanitizer kill?
According to the CDCT rusted Source, an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that meets the alcohol volume requirement can quickly reduce the number of microbes on your hands. It can also help destroy a wide range of disease-causing agents or pathogens on your hands, including the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.
However, even the best alcohol-based hand sanitizers have limitations and do not eliminate all types of germs.
According to the CDC, hand sanitizers won’t get rid of potentially harmful chemicals. It’s also not effective at killing the following germs:
- cryptosporidium (which causes cryptosporidiosis)
- clostridium difficile (also known as C. diff)
Also, a hand sanitizer may not work well if your hands are visibly dirty or greasy. This may happen after working with food, doing yard work, gardening, or playing a sport.
If your hands look dirty or slimy, opt for hand washing instead of a hand sanitizer.
- Protection on-the-go without soap
- kills 99.9% of germs without soap or water
keeps you and your family protected, anywhere and a