Hand Sanitizers Poised to Be the Hottest Holiday Gifts

Hand Sanitizers Poised to Be the Hottest Holiday Gifts

If you are looking for the ideal stocking stuffer or a clever item to include with your Thanksgiving place settings, try attractive and effective packages of hand sanitizers. They are not the plain-Jane grocery store versions, but stylish takes on cute, TSA-sized refillable containers with the correct amount of alcohol-based disinfectant and moisturizers for your skin.

According to The Washington Post, you should always read the labels on hand sanitizing products and follow the recommendations of health officials. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that if soap and water are not available to wash your hands, “use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they feel dry.”

The Food and Drug Administration posted a list on which hand sanitizers are not safe to use because of toxic ingredients.

Here are some excellent and chic options:

  • Touchland Power Mist. According to Allure magazine, the Power Mist makes protection against germs fast and easy. The spray bottle contains 67% alcohol and comes in eight flavorful varieties, including watermelon and citrus. According to Touchland, Power Mist kills 99.9% of germs and leaves your hands soft and moisturized.
  • Nest. The founder of Nest New York, Laura Slatkin, disliked hand sanitizers on the market so she created her own product that kills germs, smells good, and is gentle on the skin, according to the Post. “Going forward, hand sanitizer is part of our lifestyle,” she said. “I didn’t want it to dry out your hands.” Nest’s product has a grapefruit scent and contains 75% alcohol.
  • Love Dirty’s Glamshell. Here is a hand sanitizer in a unique, refillable shell-like container that contains prebiotics to help balance the skin’s microbiome while effectively killing germs. You can find this exotic product at the Love Dirty website.
  • Physicians Formula Rose Take the Germs Away Hand Sanitizer. Just as the name suggests, this product smells like a rose garden but contains a quick drying and moisturizing formula that kills germs and bacteria. It is enriched with tea tree oil, aloe vera and other moisturizers to condition the skin. You can also use it as a room spray. Find it here.

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