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When it comes to hand sanitizers, there are two main types: alcohol-based and alcohol-free. While both types of hand sanitizers are effective at killing germs and pathogens, there are some compelling reasons why alcohol-free hand sanitizers may be better than alcohol-based ones. Here are some reasons why: They are less drying to the skin than alcohol-based sanitizers. They are safe for children to use. They are safe for use around flames and heat sources. They are effective against a broad range of germs and pathogens. They are less likely to cause skin irritation or allergic reactions. While alcohol-based hand sanitizers...
Alcohol Sanitiser Deaths up by 157% in 2019/2020. The truth about alcohol vs alcohol free sanitisers
Yesterday the Department of Education issued guidance for full opening of special schools and other specialist settings.
Our managing director explores why using alcohol-free sanitiser may be best for environments with unique and complex requirements.
With hand sanitisers becoming a necessity amid the global Coronavirus pandemic, we believe that there’s still a lot of misunderstanding about what makes an effective hand sanitising solution. Due to World Health Organization guidelines the majority of people incorrectly believe that using a high alcohol concentration is the only effective way to deal with Coronavirus, but this isn’t necessarily the case! In this blog; we explore the negative effects of alcohol-based sanitisers and why going alcohol-free can actually be better!