1. Nursing ingredients
When washing hands, due to the degreasing effect of surfactants, the skin feels dry after hand washing. Therefore, some fat-rich agents and emollients should be added to supplement skin oils to prevent dry and rough skin, such as various natural and synthetic lanolin, glycerin, Propylene glycol, sorbitol, lactate, sodium pyrrolidone carboxylate, etc.
2. Anti-bacterial ingredients
The hands are always in contact with the outside world, and the hands will be contaminated with various bacteria and even fungi. Therefore, the bactericidal components must have a broad spectrum, such as 3,4,4'-trichloro-2'-hydroxyphenyl ether, Chlorinated xylenol, Chinese herbal medicine extracts, etc., in order to improve the sterilization efficiency of the fungicide, it is also necessary to add additives that increase the penetration force, so that it can promote the penetration of the sterilization component into the bacterial wall, rapid sterilization, and enhance the sterilization efficiency.
3. Sensory adjustment ingredients
In order to make consumers like and accept the hand sanitizer more, give the hand sanitizer a special effect and appearance, add dyes or pearlescent agents; add a thickener to adjust a suitable viscosity for the convenience of access; in order to have a kind of viscosity in the hand washing process For a relaxing and pleasant feeling, add the right amount of fragrance.