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Hand Sanitizer: What You Need to Know

Hand sanitizer is usually a foam, liquid or gel typically used to kill a few microorganisms/organisms on your hands. In most public settings, hand sanitizing with water and soap is usually preferred as well. Hand sanitizers are commonly found at restaurants, public places where food is prepared or served, in gyms, beauty salons, and other such establishments. Hand sanitizers can also be purchased over the counter at drug stores and pharmacies.


There are two types of sanitizing agents; those that have been chemically treated and those that are considering non-chlorinated. Both of these sanitizers are effective but only one type is actually approved by health officials for use as a personal disinfectant. For instance, a solution of chlorine bleach and alcohol was used by health officials in a survey to test whether or not it is safe to use as a personal sanitizing agent. The test was concluded that the combination produces a chemical reaction that changes the genetic makeup of all bacteria within the tested environment.

Most people who wash their hands before they eat or use the restroom go through a rinse cycle. However, there are many individuals who do not wash their hands thoroughly enough or do not clean them properly prior to using the restroom or after eating, so they can end up spreading the bacteria or virus to others who come into contact with their hands. For these individuals, a sanitizing hand sanitizer can help prevent the spread of the disease. Using one right after washing your hands is also important so that any leftover germs are removed before you go about your day.


There are many different brands of sanitizing agents on the market, but there are a few ingredients that are generally found in all sanitizing products. These ingredients include water, alcohol, povidine hydrochloride, chlorine dioxide, micronized aluminum oxide, sodium hypochlorite, polyquilted carbon powder, and carbamide peroxide. You should only use the amount of sanitizer that is listed on the product's label. More is usually not needed, as the amount of sanitizing agents that are necessary for hand washing will not make a significant difference in how well you can fight off germs.


You should also limit the amount of alcohol that you drink because alcohol will weaken the condition of your hands. The alcohol in alcohol can also dehydrate you, which can make it easier for you to transfer the bacteria from your hands onto others. Sanitizing your hands with a good hand sanitizer product can go a long way towards keeping you healthy and making you less susceptible to disease. Keep your hands clean and healthy and protect others who come into contact with your skin.

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