Clean Up is a 100% natural hand sanitizer that moisturizes skin along with protection from pathogens, and that too without alcohol! This moisturizing hand sanitizer is safe for use by children and adults alike too.
Clean Up – as the name suggests, helps you keep your hands clean and germ free. Compared with alcohol-based sanitisers, this unique blend of plant oils helps moisturize hands while sanitising them naturally. Popular with school children and kids, this is an ideal travel accompaniment with anyone who is interested in hygiene on the move.
It employs Plant Nanocellopathy – the art and science of blending pure plant extracts in its ‘nano’ form. A unique blend of anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and antiseptic plant oils that maintains and supports clean hand and healthy lifestyle, this unique formulation also has a great aroma! You may choose to apply before and after meals or as and when required. Use anytime, anywhere; carry it along with you to school, office, home, gym or sports classes!
Take a few drops in the palm of your hand and rub gently till completely absorbed.
A word of caution at the very outset: Hand sanitizers are not effective if your hands are visibly dirty! In such cases, it is best to cleanse hands the traditional way – using soap and water. Hand sanitizers were developed for use after washing hands or for those rare occasions when soap and water are not available. These are gels that contain alcohol in order to kill the germs present on the skin. The alcohol works immediately and effectively in order to kill bacteria and most viruses.
It is also important to know that alcohol-based hand sanitizers can reduce the number of germs on hands in some situations, but sanitizers may not eliminate all types of germs. Triclosan is usually an active ingredient in most alcohol-based hand sanitisers, which contributes to making bacteria resistant to antibiotics. Another aspect is that hand sanitizers contain about 65 percent ethyl alcohol — pure alcohol — and some of it is absorbed into the skin. Research has found alcohol in the blood stream of people who used hand sanitizers, and children have been known to lick enough from their hands to become drunk. The alcohol content is also known to have a drying effect on skin.