Before 2020 purchasing hand sanitiser was an afterthought for most people. An item that you would typically buy in an emergency before a festival weekend, along with baby wipes, to maintain your personal hygiene.
Unscented vs Scented Sanitiser Gel
Fast forward into a strange but new world, who would dare leave the house without hand sanitiser?
When you do forget to take your shop-bought sanitiser with you, you have to resort to using a hand dispenser in a shop, restaurant, hotel or any other public place. There's a genuine fear as you place your hands in position - the smell of cheap vodka or tequila that lingers on your hands long after it absorbs into your skin awaits. Alcohol-based sanitisers generally leave an unpleasant odour, which is almost unavoidable, until now. We've been developing scents that enhance the fragrance, so you don't gag or hide behind your mask after each use.
A recent Good Housekeeping Institute survey reported that 90% of respondents are using hand sanitiser regularly as extra protection. A big jump from the 60% who used it before the outbreak. A whopping 78% prefer the gel formulation, with 11% going for the spritz, and 8% using wipes.
From the calming aroma of lavender and soothing scent of aloe vera. To the fruity freshness of watermelon and mixed berry. Our range of scented sanitisers meets the needs of the consumer to keep your hands feeling clean and fragrant.
To avoid a second wave, The government are reinforcing their slogan, Hands, Face, Space. That means washing hands will once again be at the top of the list, so be wise when you choose a sanitiser to keep in your pocket or your place of work. Read the ingredients carefully and don't be fooled by sanitiser filled with ingredients that may do more harm to your skin than good. Alcohol, aqua and glycerin will keep your hands safe and clean. Avoid Triclosan, Phthalates, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate and dangerous Parabens. If you need advice on choosing the right unscented or scented sanitiser please get in touch.