Moxe Hand Sanitizer
Are hand sanitizers effective?
In the absence of soap and water for thorough hand wash, FDA recommends alcohol-based sanitizers as an effective alternative. Notably – sanitizers with, at least, 60 percent alcohol.
Can hand sanitizers cause skin reactions?
Possibly. On rare cases though – mostly with knockoff products. Consult your doctor if you notice any reaction after application. That said, top quality products like MOXE are carefully produced with various skin types in mind.
Can I make my sanitizers if I don’t get to buy?
Although a DIY hand sanitizer is possible, FDA discourages homemade sanitizers. Many attempts have resulted in ineffective solutions that rather cause burns and related skin irritations.
Alcohol-based or alcohol-free sanitizers?
WHO mentions alcohol-based hand sanitizers as a more efficient antiseptic. It recommends premium hand sanitizers with not less than 60 percent alcohol concentration.
- FDA-approved ingredients and facilities
- Meet’s U.S quality standard (made in Florida, USA)
- Leaping Bunny Certified – animal cruelty-free
- Free from pesticides and harmful chemicals
- Mild solution for all skin types
- Great for on-the-go users
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