Anti-bacterial hand sanitiser – homemade


Worried about the virus? We all are, protect yourself and your family by washing your hands regularly for 20 seconds with soap and water or using a hand sanitiser gel when out at the supermarket or opening post. The virus can last for a number of hours on various surfaces so use the gel at home too. Keep safe. Let’s all get through this together.

Anti-bacterial hand sanitiser – homemade

Can’t wash your hands? When on your daily walk  or at the supermarket it’s often difficult to wash your hands, so a hand-sanitiser is a must. Sold out? Don’t worry you can make your own. But, obviously where possible always wash your hands for 20 seconds or more with soap and water and dry with a clean hand towel or paper towel. Soap and water is the best way to remove any potential Coronavirus from your hands before it can lead to infection.


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How to make anti-bacterial hand sanitiser with Sanatio Naturalis 100% Pure and Natural Therapeutic quality Tea Tree & Eucalyptus Oils:


  • 2/3 cup MedicinalIsopropyl alcohol/surgical spirit /Ethyl alcohol/(in the USA Rubbing alcohol) – 91% alcohol*

  • 1/3 cup Aloe Vera gel or glycerine to moisturise the skin

  • 10-15 drops Tea Tree oil

  • 10-15 drops Eucalyptus oil

  • Mix together in a bowl or jug, pour into sealed containers, spray bottles or disinfected jars

  • Use liberally when out and about everything you touch has germs on it

  • Hand sanitiser doesn’t kill all viruses, but it is effective against the Coronavirus. The virus is protected by a shell, called an “envelope glycoprotein,” which the alcohol scrambles. “When you take away the protective part of the virus, it dies pretty quickly,” says Dr Agus CNN.**

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