Organic Orange Hand Sanitizer Spray 6 PackBrittanie's Thyme
- Kills 99.9% of germs
- Vitamin E and Aloe help to replenish moisture
- Essential oils provide a deliciously sweet and cheerful aroma
- USDA-certified organic, cruelty-free, and gluten-free
- Convenient 2 oz travel-size spray bottle
Stay Clean on the Go with Our Organic Hand Sanitizer!
This vegan, gluten-free, organic orange hand sanitizer spray is USDA-certified organic, cruelty-free, and gluten-free, sporting a sweet and cheerful aroma with orange essential oils. Its Vitamin E and Aloe ingredients will soften your skin by replenishing its moisture, and its 62% organic ethyl alcohol made from sugar cane provides the antiseptic properties that kill 99.9% of germs.
How to Use Our Organic Hand Sanitizer Spray:
Wet hands thoroughly with Brittanie's Thyme’s Organic Orange Hand Sanitizer spray, rub hands together and allow air to dry. For children under 6, we recommend adult supervision.
Just a Little Tip:
We also like to use this convenient, travel-sized organic orange hand sanitizer spray to spray down tables when eating out or on the cart at the grocery store!
Ingredients of Our Organic Orange Hand Sanitizer:
- Organic Ethyl Alcohol
- Purified Water
- *Aloe Leaf Juice
- *Peppermint Oil
- *Orange Oil
- Vitamin E
Customer Questions & Answers
When to Use Organic Hand Sanitizer Spray?
You can use organic hand sanitizer spray whenever you feel like cleaning your hands. For example, you can apply after coming in from being outside, at home after any household cleaning work, after your workout, before eating, after touching your face, etc.
Can Children Use This Organic Orange Hand Sanitizer Spray?
Absolutely! It's safe for children to use. Brittanie's Thyme’s Organic Orange Hand Sanitizer Spray has Vitamin E and Aloe that locks in moisture to keep your kid’s skin soft and smooth.
What's the Expiration Date of This Organic Orange Hand Sanitizer?
Hand sanitizers usually expire two to three years after their manufacture date. After you open a bottle and start using it, its alcohol content will slowly begin to reduce over time as alcohol evaporates after contact with air.