Whether you've always got hand sanitiser handy or you prefer washing with soap and water, you're already ahead of the game — both are far better at limiting the transmission of many viruses and bacteria than not doing anything to purify your hands. But is one approach more effective than the other?
When you're not able to wash your hands, hand sanitisers offer a safe and effective substitute for a soap-and-water scrub.
It can be used on dry hands and uses a high alcohol concentration of between 60 and 95 per cent to kill germs.
ASI's Hand Sanitiser is a uniquely formulated antibacterial hand sanitiser that helps to prevent the spread of harmful germs. It is a 70% Alcohol Denat based.
ASI's Hand Sanitiser formula is specifically compounded to target bacteria – protecting you against a range of potentially unsafe microorganisms and bacteria.
Washing with warm water and soap remains the gold standard for hand hygiene and preventing the spread of infectious diseases. Washing with warm water (not cold water) and soap removes oils from our hands that can harbour microbes.
The Ultimate Antibac Gel is a perfect body cleanser to target infection and odour causing bacteria. Lemongrass oil adds a stimulating, fresh aroma while Tea Tree has antibacterial properties perfect for ingrown hairs or breakouts on the body.
Chamomile helps to combat irritation whilst calming and soothing all skin concerns.
Can be used as a body or hand wash.
ASI Team x
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