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Homemade Hand Sanitizer Recipes: A Beginners Guide to Make Your Natural DIY Hand Sanitizer at Home with Quick and Easy Recipes (Hardcover)


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Do you want to learn how to really make your DIY homemade hand sanitizer? If yes, then keep reading...

Also called sterile or bactericidal cleansing gels, hand sanitizers are an antiseptic product used for handwashing. The active substances in most of these products are isopropyl, ethyl, or propyl alcohol.

These days, several diseases can be caught by skin contact. So, playing it safe is certainly not an awful thing. Washing your hands with soap and better is the most ideal approach to keep the germs under control. In any case, as we know, it is not always possible. Wherever we go, especially when we are with the family or other people, it is better to bring a hand sanitizer to sanitize our hands whenever we don't have access to water and soap.

There are many kinds of hand sanitizer products you can find in the market. The best are those with 60-80% alcohol concentration as they are very effective in sanitizing purposes and killing germs. Or you can also go for the natural oil base sanitizer with disinfectant properties. Cedarwood, clove, lavender, lemon, pine, tea tree and ylang-ylang essential oils have antiseptic and disinfectant properties. But among these oils, tea tree oil is the most powerful because it also contains antiviral, anti-fungal and antibacterial properties.

Whatever you choose, it is important that the sanitizer has moisturizers to keep your hands and skin from drying. Now, if you want to make sure of the hand sanitizer you and/or your family will use, you can choose to make your own hand sanitizer. It will save you money plus, you can personally choose the ingredients to use. In the chapters of this book, you will find some of the tips about how you can make your own hand sanitizer:

  • An overview about Hand Hygiene and what are the basics of a good Hand Sanitizer
  • What are the different types of Hand Sanitizers and a several Homemade Sanitizer recipes
  • Useful Hygiene Tips that everybody should implement in his/her daily life
  • Safety Considerations
  • Are Hands Sanitizers required or do they just belong to an additional advertising and marketing gimmick?
  • And Much More

What are the main advantages of using a homemade hand sanitizer gel? It protects you from viruses and bacteria. These possible microbes live for a short time in our hands, but if we just take them to the mouth, nose, or eyes, we run the risk of catching an infection. With the homemade sanitizer, the risk is significantly reduced.

Furthermore, there are more advantages:

  • Creating our hand sanitizer saves money and time by not having to go to pharmacies or supermarkets to buy one.
  • The one prepared at home is free of any preservative because it is made from natural elements.
  • You can choose the consistency of the gel yourself by putting more or less aloe vera in addition to the aroma when selecting the essential oil.

Where most books about how to produce your own hand sanitizer provide almost no useful and practical information, this book takes the time to explain the basics and provides easy and practical recipes to create excellent sanitizers.

Homemade Hand Sanitizer Recipes is the guide you are looking for Remember that once you are going to use the gel, you do not need water. You will only have to apply a small amount and rub both hands well until it has been completely absorbed. You can share your disinfectant gel, but make sure that the nozzle of the dosing container does not touch your hands, since there is an unnecessary risk of contagion.

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Product Details
ISBN: 9781914167256
ISBN-10: 1914167252
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: November 16th, 2020
Pages: 82
Language: English