Hand Sanitizer

Hand Sanitizer with Alcohol Antiseptic Spray - Isopropyl Alcohol Based Hand Sanitizer Spray Hand Cleaner.

Impact Assessment : hand sanitizer market
In response to the Coronavirus, Covid-19, outbreak, the global demand for hand sanitizers has increased. Our Life Medical Equipments has expanded production and optimized supply chains to meet the unexpected rise in demand. Alcohol-based hand sanitizer (with an alcohol content greater than 60%) is listed as an option for preventing Coronavirus transmission. We are already are working to increase capacity as soon as possible by exploiting third-party distributors and other small-scale suppliers.

70% Alcohol Scented Gel Hand Sanitizer - This softly scented 70% alcohol hand sanitizer, mixed with moisturizers and vitamin E, not only helps to reduce infective germs on hands but also keeps them from drying out.

Benefits of using Hand Sanitizer:

Hand sanitizer should be applied on all exposed surfaces, including between the fingertips, on the back of the thumb, around the fingernails, around the wrist, and the lower forearm, to ensure the most efficient use. It should be rubbed for 30 seconds before drying on its own.

  • Moisturizing effect - prevents dryness and scaliness of the skin; Simple to use; The fragrance is pleasant.
  • Instantly disinfects the skin and provides long-lasting protection.
  • To prevent skin dryness or injury, it's enriched with a high-quality moisturizer.
  • It's packaged in a pumping container with a handy dispensing mechanism.
  • To efficiently remove germs and harmful viruses such as coronavirus, it contains CHG and Ethanol.

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  • Lightweight for more flexibility and less fatigue in the hands.
  • Puncture resistance is higher than latex or vinyl, which allows for safe chemical handling.
  • Improved grip due to the textured surface.
  • Exceptional resistance to biological pollutants.
  • Fit is snug and relaxed.
  • Designed for use in laboratories, healthcare, first-aid, and examinations.
  • The blue nitrile material is light and has felt comfortable sensitivity.
  • These nitrile gloves in XL size are both comfortable and secure.
  • To reduce the chance of allergic reactions, nitrile gloves are latex-free.
  • Powder-free gloves are suitable for situations where there is a lot of residues.
  • Fully textured for a secure grip in both wet and dry conditions

FAQ About Hand Sanitizer

How effective is a hand sanitizer?

The sanitizer's efficacy is determined by the procedure used to apply it. Apply a few drops to your hand and rub the sanitizer all over, paying particular attention to the fingertips and in between the fingers. Continue rubbing the hand sanitizer in your hands for 20 seconds until your skin is dry. Alcohol-based sanitizers are more effective than non-alcohol-based sanitizers at killing germs.

Do hand sanitizers have the same efficacy as soap?

Handwashing with soap and water is an excellent way to disinfect your hands and remove dirt and germs. However, if soap and water are not available, health officials consider using alcohol-based hand sanitizers. However, it's important to use the right-hand sanitizer – one with alcohol. Not all hand sanitizers are affected equally.

Is water as effective as hand sanitizer?

Washing your hands with water removes debris effectively and is preferable to not washing them at all. Surfactants in soap, on the other hand, can extract inactivated germs as well as dirt more effectively than simply washing your hands with water. The most important thing to remember is to wash your hands after using the restroom and before eating. It's also important to pay attention to the amount of time you spend washing your hands and the technique you use.

Hand hygiene should be practiced regularly in the event of an infection outbreak, such as the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, as recommended by local government authorities.

How does alcohol-based sanitizer work against the COVID-19 virus?

The use of alcohol-based sanitizers, as recommended by WHO, is an efficient way to avoid COVID-19 transmission by hand. Coronaviruses, including the novel COVID-19 strain, are enveloped viruses. Hand sanitizers containing alcohol can work against enveloped viruses by inactivating the virus's envelop and rendering it non-infectious.

Does alcohol-free hand sanitizers effective?

No, alcohol-free hand sanitizers do not kill germs. To minimize the number of germs on your hands, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer of at least 60% alcohol.

When using hand sanitizer, how long do you rub your hands together?

Rub your hands together for 15-30 seconds (about the time it takes to sing "Happy Birthday to You"), or until they are dry.

Is it necessary for me to wait for the hand sanitizer to dry on my hands?

Yes, absolutely. Rub the hands together until the hand sanitizer is fully dry. If you dry your hands by waving them around, you'll pick up microorganisms from the air.

To clean your hands, how much hand sanitizer is required?

Follow the instructions on the hand sanitizer bottle. The majority of them will tell you to use a quarter-sized number. Cover all surfaces of your palms, including the top, bottom, toes, around the fingertips, and fingernails, and rub up to two inches up your wrist.

After using hand sanitizer, may I wave my hands around to dry them?

No, it's not true. If you dry your hands by waving them around, you'll pick up microorganisms from the air.

When does hand sanitizer go out of date?

It normally takes three years for a product to expire since it was manufactured. When the alcohol concentration dissolves or falls below 60%, the hand sanitizer loses its effectiveness.

To be safe, how much alcohol must be present in hand sanitizer?

To destroy germs, hand sanitizers must contain at least 60% alcohol. When it comes to eliminating germs like Cryptosporidium norovirus and Clostridium difficile, soap and water are more effective than hand sanitizers.

How can I help protect myself from coronavirus ?

The most important way to prevent infection is to remain as far away from the virus as possible. The WHO has described daily practices to avoid infection based on the behavior of respiratory viruses in general:

Hands should be washed with hand sanitizer containing alcohol and water.

When coughing or sneezing, use a tissue or your flexed elbow to cover your nose and mouth.

Avoid direct contact with someone who has coronavirus symptoms (such as COVID-19).


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