Why Is Alcohol-Based Sanitizer the Need Of The Hour?

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Mysteriously sticky surfaces

A sneezing neighbour at the store

Or scare of the ongoing pandemic that has had the world emptying sanitizer shelves.

These are all reasons to be grateful for having a bottle of hand sanitizer within reach. 

But, when it comes to protection, you can’t just pick any sanitizer off the rack. Doctors & healthcare professionals worldwide recommend using Alcohol-based hand sanitizers as an effectiveway to prevent the spread of germs.

Isn’t that a term you’ve been hearing a lot lately?

That’s only because it’s only recently that we’ve realized the importance of proper sanitization of hands & protection from germs.

Nonetheless, there are a lot more reasons why healthcare professionals prefer Alcohol-based hand sanitizers over Alcohol-free hand sanitizers.

A. Eliminates Germs:

Studies say, the alcohol content present in the sanitizer is directly proportional to the number of germs that get killed. MommyPure Safe Family Han San Gel has 70% Isopropyl Alcohol and is proven to eliminate 99.99% germs. So, be ready to say hello to germ-free hands in just a few seconds!

B. Alternative To Paper Towels:

Often noticed, we are used to wiping off our hands with tissue or paper-based towels after washing them. This may be good as a personal habit, but it somewhere contributes to increased use of paper, which is already an environmental concern. Using hand sanitizers instead, would reduce wastage and prevent the additional mess that happens otherwise.

C. Skin Nourishment:

MommyPure Safe Family Han San Gel is an alcohol-based sanitizer that is enriched with Aloe Vera extracts and Vitamin E, which are natural and known to keep the skin hydrated, supple and nourished.

D. Protection From Diseases:

A good practice of hand sanitization helps in preventing contagious flu, cold and some other diseases as well.

Maintaining hand hygiene is not about being paranoid. It’s like wearing seatbelts. It is impossible to not engage with the world at all. But, the best you do is to be cautious and practise good hand hygiene.

Gaurav Katiyar

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