Emilie's note: In the before times, I was not a hand sanitizer fan. I'm not really a germaphobe (save the doorknob in public restrooms) and most of the ones on the market smell like a vat of vodka. Plus, they dry your hands out. And I own a soap business, so I'm partial to good ole soap and water. So when a novel virus takes over the world and it's no longer safe to risk letting the germs "help build your immune system" I formulated a product that I didn't mind using. I realize that's a lukewarm review for a product that I make, but I still do prefer soap and water. That said, our hand sanitizer smells pretty good and doesn't really dry your hands out. So there you have it!
Our hand sanitizer has a spray on application and is packaged in a convenient size that fits in your purse or bag. Our recipe contains 80% alcohol and is WHO (World Health Organization) recommended with a Mama scented twist.
Ingredients: alcohol (ethanol), vegetable glycerin, hydrogen peroxide, distilled water and essential oil blend of tea tree, lavender and litsea cubeba.
Fine print: For use when soap and water aren’t available. Place enough on hands to cover all surfaces. Rub hands together until dry. Children under 6 should be supervised to avoid swallowing. Stop using if irritation or rash occurs. For external use only. Keep product out of eyes, ears and mouth and open wounds.