Hand Sanitizer | 75% Alcohol & Essential Oils | 2 fl oz

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Remedy's Nutrition® all-natural Hand Sanitizer starts with a 75% premium-quality isopropyl alcohol that is completely free of any additional and potentially harmful byproducts like ethanol, ethyl, and methanol. These inferior alcohols are cheaper to produce but come with their own set of potential health issues.

We then include the finest therapeutic-grade essential oils, Lavender, Orange, Tea Tree & Lemongrass to enhance your skin's health and leave you with a refreshing, hypnotizing, fresh scent to boost your emotions and immune system.

On top of the already potent cleaning power of the high-grade isopropyl alcohol, all four essential oils in our mix have shown potent sanitizing potential.

You will love Remedy's Nutrition® Hand Sanitizer, guaranteed, or your money back!

How to use

How to use hand sanitizer


Does your hand sanitizer contain ethanol alcohol?

Absolutely Not! We only use FDA Approved premium isopropyl alcohol in our hand sanitizer. Recently, according to the FDA, some adults and children have ingested hand sanitizer products [supposedly ethanol-based] that were contaminated with methanol that has led to recent adverse events including blindness, hospitalizations and death.

Methanol, or wood alcohol, is a substance that can be toxic when absorbed through the skin or ingested and can be life-threatening when ingested.

Methanol is not an acceptable ingredient for hand sanitizers and must not be used due to its toxic effects. Consumers who have been exposed to hand sanitizer containing methanol and are experiencing symptoms should seek immediate treatment for potential reversal of toxic effects of methanol poisoning.

More info on FDA.gov