Hand Sanitizing Wipes - Fresh Aloe
Hand Sanitizing Wipes - Fresh Aloe

Hand Sanitizing Wipes - Fresh Aloe

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Disinfect anytime, anywhere. Made with alcohol-free Benzalkonium Chloride, which means gentle on your skin (read below why). Safe and effective alternative to alcohol-based products for skin and surfaces. TIP: Sanitizing wipes are great to  reduce visibly dirty hands before using sanitizer, or can be used alone. Great for hands/surfaces. Read below why we chose this.

Cleanse + Sanitize + Moisturize

  • Cleanse, sanitize, and moisturize anywhere you go with Bonblissity's Hand Sanitizing Wipes.
    • Antiseptic formula kills 99.9% of germs and bacteria.
    • Ideal for when soap and water are not available.
    • Hypoallergenic, antibacterial, and antiseptic properties.
    • Infused with Aloe Vera and vitamin E to help moisturize your skin and leave it feeling soft and smooth.
    • Purse-size, travel friendly.
    • Made at an FDA registered manufacturing facility.

    How to use:  Remove towelette from pack. Unfold and wipe skin and/or surface.  Don't wipe off, let it dry naturally. This is important because of contact time with germs (it's more effective when it doesn't dry off right away). Same recommendation applies with alcohol-based products. 

    Why did we decide to go with Non Alcoholic Wipes instead of Alcohol Based Wipes?  

    1. Since we already have alcohol based sanitizers, we wanted to give our customers options with an alcohol-free sanitizer.
    2. Benzalkonium Chloride has persistence, meaning even after use of the wipes, it will protect you from germs up to 4 hours. Alcohol only works until it’s dried.
    3. Despite all the dangers of alcohol, it still doesn’t kill 100% COVID.
    4. Ideal to use as a wet cloth to wipe down when feeling grimy or if hands are visibly soiled. It feels like a handwash after use. You can follow up with our Moisturizing Waterless Hand Cleanser Sanitizer afterwards if you’d like.
    5. It is one of the three ingredients left as an FDA approved for antibacterial use ingredient.