Tuesday, January 28, 2014

safeHands Alcohol-free Hand Sanitizer Is A Keeper and A Giveaway!!

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I have always been kind of a neat freak, and although I have my days when I slack off a little, I still appreciate clean and sanitized a lot. Clean hands is one of my biggest pet peeves. I think so much so, that even now my grown sons can't stand anything goopy on their hands. So when I was given the chance to test out some hand sanitizer I was thrilled!

safeHands sent me 6 bottles of their hand sanitizer. Here is a little info from the company about their hand sanitizer:
After years of in-depth scientific research and clinical testing, Dr. Jay Reubens, inventor of the first touch-free hand sanitizer dispenser, and Dr. David Dyer teamed up to create safeHands® —the world’s first doctor-invented alcohol-free line of hand sanitizers. This non-toxic, foam-based hand sanitizer not only hydrates, but is skin-soothing and kills more than 99.99% of germs on contact. Both the safeHands® Squirts and safeHands® Classic Line, their respective children and adult line, is scientifically shown to INCREASE in its germ-killing ability after the 3rd consecutive use.
Did you know there are approximately four shots of vodka in each 2oz. bottle of typical hand sanitizer? safeHands ditched the culprit behind traditional hand sanitizer’s undesirable side effects – alcohol – and replaced it entirely with Benzalkonium Chloride (BAC), the same ingredient in mouthwash and eye drops, to create a hand sanitizer that is tough on germs and SAFE for skin. The rich formula of every safeHands® bottle moisturizes the skin without leaving hands irritated, dry and flaky.
After trying out the sanitizer for several days I have to say I really like it a lot. We have always kept sanitizer around the house and I often carry it with me in my purse and in our car. From now on it will be safeHands! That's how much I like it!

There are two different lines as mentioned above: Children's and Adults. The Children's line has some really fun fragrances for kids to enjoy. There is Cool Blue, Bubble Gum, and Tooty Fruity. I had the last two fragrances and they are really nice, not over powering or strong. They also have fun colors. The Cool Blue is obviously blue. The Bubble Gum is pink and the Tooty Fruity is green. All three of them are super fun to use and I can see kids really enjoying them compared to other hand sanitizers I have seen and tried.

The safeHands Classic Line, the adult line, has several fragrances as well. There is Clean Linen (blue in color) and Cucumber Mint (green in color), as well as Fragrance Free. I had the last two to test out and have to say I really enjoy the Cucumber Mint. It is a lovely refreshing scent.


The sanitizer is completely liquid in the bottle and comes out in a great foam, making it much easier to use. I have never liked that gloopy feeling of some hand sanitizers. The image on the left above is the Tooty Fruity and the one on the left is the Cucumber Mint. It spreads into your skin very quickly and smoothly, not leaving a gicky or sticky feeling on your skin. Plus I love how it does not dry out your skin. That's especially good this time of year with all the dry winter air.

The safeHands hand sanitizer comes in several sizes; 1.7 oz, 7 oz, and 18 oz. I had the 1.7 oz size which are super convenient to carry around with you or keep in the car.

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Now here is the very cool thing. safeHands has offered to give one of my readers the same Germ-Free Kit that I received. You can win all 6 bottles of safeHands Hand Sanitizer. Just use the Rafflecopter form below to enter!! And thank you safeHands!!
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

3 comments:

  1. I can't stand the gook from cans when you recycle them (even when they're rinsed seems you get gook on you).

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  2. Oily or grease after washing kitchen pan.

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  3. Dirt/Sand, it bugs me so much, and living in Florida doesn't help.

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