Washing hands can help you stay healthy and prevent the spread of respiratory and diarrheal bacterias and germs. There is no substitute for keeping good hygiene habits when it comes to stop interpersonal infections.
But do you really know how to use sanitizers in the right way? Here is a short guide:
The FDA reminds people to wash their hands using soap and water for at least 20 seconds (especially after going to the bathroom, before eating and after coughing, sneezing or blowing one's nose) to prevent the spread of the germs. If soap and water is not available, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests using a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol to kill most disease-causing germs. Anything less than 60% may not work effectively to kill many types of germs and could merely subdue the growth of germs rather than kill them outright according to the CDC. Hand sanitizers when used in the right way could be especially useful during daily life for people to protect themselves conveniently. Check how much alcohol the hand sanitizer contains; be sure to apply enough hand sanitizer to evenly cover the entire surface of both hands. Rub the hand sanitizer into your hands (paying special attention to the fingertips) until your skin is completely dry, leave it on for minutes can be helpful to kill disease-causing germs and bacterias thoroughly.
Buy hand sanitizers for your family here with a good price, and we offer different bundles that contain necessary PPEs for you to choose from. Our gentle fresh sanitizers are skin safe while it contains 75% alcohol that can kill most disease-causing germs.
We hope the best for you, your family and friends.