Hand sanitiser is a form of gel that is quick drying and typically contains at least 70% isopropyl alcohol which is the active and effective ingredient responsible for its disinfectant power. It works by killing bacteria and microbes most commonly held in the natural oils on our hands and can be used on surfaces as well to aid in destroying any germs left by regular contact. Not all forms of hand sanitiser or hand sanitizer actually contain alcohol as the main microbe killing agent. Other types of sanitiser may contain benzalkonium chloride instead which, while still effective, is not as good at clearing surfaces of possible sources of infection.

It is important to look at the ingredients list on any sanitiser that you are considering purchasing for both its effectiveness at neutralising germs and for any effects that you may experience in the form of side-effects, particularly for use with children. There are many different types of hand sanitisers available. Be sure to check out our full range to choose the most suitable product for you.

Himalaya Germ Protection

Protection on the go without soap
Kills 99. 9 Percent of germs without soap or water
It protects the skin from oxidative damage and helps prevent itching
It removes excess heat from the body and provides a cooling effect

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Dettol Germ Protection

Instant Sanitizer: Kills 99.9% of germs without water
Mild Fragrance: Non-irritating classic Dettol fragrance
Non sticky formula: Effective & safe sanitizer for kids and adults
Dettol’s Germ Protection formula

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Lifebuoy Germ Protection

Hand Sanitizer kills 99.9% bacteria and virus without water
This Hand Sanitizer has Glycerine, it leaves your skin feeling moisturised
Your new 24 hour companion in school, at home, work, gyms, etc

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