It’s our goal to keep you up to date and informed about everything in the hand sanitizer world - and right now there is a lot of news fromhand sanitizer safety to ingredients. We’ve even created an always up-to-date blog post about the most recent FDA guidelines on hand sanitizer dangers, hand sanitizer recalls and recommendations.
Perhand sanitizer FDA and CDC guidelines, effective hand sanitizers must have 65% ethyl alcohol to kill germs. This high concentration of alcohol has powerful disinfecting properties but also poses a risk as a source of ignition. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers are classified as Class I Flammable Liquid Substances, which means they have a flash point of less than 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Like all alcohol-based products, users need to exercise caution around heat sources, a topic we’ve recently seen covered in the news.
Here are some tips for keeping you and your family fire-safe while using hand sanitizer:
When stored properly and used as directed, OLIKA Hydrating Hand Sanitizer is a safe and effective way to kill 99.9% of germs & bacteria, while keeping your hands silky smooth - and that’s our goal, luvs!
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