Lil'Bit Menthol Hand Sanitiser contains 60% Sugar Based Alcohol (Ethanol) along with soothing and moisturising Aloe Vera Gel and the wonderfully fresh Menthol Essential Oil.
Menthol oil is the active ingredient in Peppermint oil (average of 40% of the total oil makeup) and will boost the spray with its anti-fungal, antibacterial and antiviral properties whilst the Aloe vera gel leaves hands feeling soft but not greasy.
Spray comes a handy 50ml Bottle and fits into any handbag or pocket and can easily be used on Public Transport, planes, shopping carts.......you name it!
So stay safe, clean and healthy.
- 60% Australian Sugar Based Alcohol
- Australian Certified Organic Aloe vera Gel
- Australian Certified Organic Menthol Essential Oil (Mentha Arvensis)
- Distiled Water
By using PET that has already been in circulation, we can offset the amount of new PET that needs to be created.
- Creating a plastic bottle from 100% recycled content uses 75% less energy than its virgin counterpart.
- Although some energy and water is still needed to process these plastics into new forms (which is why we love reusable!), the amount is significantly less than creating first-time plastics.
- Over 60% of first-time PET production is used to create polyester textiles.
- Vegetable ink lable
- Recyclable atomiser and lid
Firstly, you should really only use a hand sanitiser when you don't have access to soap and water because handwashing reduces amounts of all types of germs and chemicals on your hands.
But if soap and water are not available, like when you are on Public Transport or travelling using a hand sanitiser with at least 60% alcohol can effectively help you avoid getting sick and spreading germs.
Australian and international hand hygiene guidelines recommend hand sanitisers containing a minimum of 60% alcohol are more effective at killing the microbes and germs that cause colds, flu and gastro, than those with a lower alcohol percentage or non-alcohol-based hand sanitisers.
Hand sanitisers with less than 60% alcohol don't work nearly as well for many types of germs; and merely reduce the growth of germs rather than kill them outright.
It is also unnecessary for soap or hand sanitisers to be branded as ‘antibacterial’ to have an effect. Soap works by physically removing organisms from the skin, while alcohol damages proteins in microbes and leaves them unable to survive. Both products target a range of disease-causing microbes that includes bacteria and viruses.
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