New Scented Sanitiser Gels
We all know the benefits of alcohol hand sanitiser gels; it kills 99.9% of bacteria instantly and stops the spread of viruses. It's the number one defence against COVID19 - keep washing your hands, Bojo tells us over and over again. Fantastic, a simple solution for us to adopt in everyday life to fight viruses.
There's only one problem, the stench of alcohol poured over your hand can be the equivalent to the smell of next day vodka stained on your topx after a big night out. Okay, maybe that's down to personal opinion. Still, suppose you throw some peach, mixed berry and aloe vera into the equation. The result; you get an antibacterial spray that zings with invigorating aromas to help energise your day and leave your hands feeling clean and fragrant.
Hygiene experts, the NHS and Public Health England all agree that to kill most viruses, a hand sanitiser requires at least 60% alcohol content (most contain 60-95%). Our cleansing Gel contains 75% alcohol and protects hands against bacteria and germs but also has a light, refreshing scent and none of the dryness associated with other antibacterial gels. Let's Sanitise supply hotels, restaurants and schools with alcohol-based hand sanitiser that's a non-sticky and fast-absorbing formula.
The range features a myriad of fruit and exotic plant fragrances that you would happily bathe in or add to your dessert (minus the sanitiser part). More importantly, you have a refreshing scent that cleanses, hydrates and moisturises your hands. You can order a scented 5-litre hand sanitiser gels from our online shop, with discounted bundles available with our Harry sanitiser stations. For a limited time only, we are giving away 1 5-litre sanitiser gel with every order for countertop and wall-mounted stations from our Harry Range.
Your order will arrive in bright packaging to match one of our beautifully scented hand sanitiser gels. Let's Sanitise offer subscriptions to businesses to ensure they keep stocked up and save precious pennies in these very challenging times.