This hydroalcoholic antiseptic hand sanitising gel is made with alcohol, chlorhexidine and protective essential oils: tea tree, lavender and geranium.
- Creates a protective barrier on your skin
- Does not dry out your skin
- Keeps hands hydrated (contains glycerin)
- Does not contain parabens, silicones or perfume.
- Alcohol (ethanol)
- Chlorhexidine (chlorhexidine digluconate)
- Tea tree essential oil
- Lavender essential oil
- Geranium essential oil
Chlorhexine (chlorhexidine digluconate) is an antiseptic agent for topical and broad-spectrum use that is often used in surgical hand-washing and for disinfection of wounds and burns. Its action is based mainly on the destruction of the cell membrane.
The essential oils of tea tree, lavender and geranium provide antibacterial and fungicidal properties.
Alcohol (ethanol) is one of the most common antiseptic agents that acts by dehydration and denaturation of the essential proteins of microorganisms.
Glycerin provides moisturizing properties due to its hygroscopic and film-forming power, helping to keep your hands protected against dehydration.
How to use:
- Apply to dry hands and rub
- It can be applied several times a day