Ripper FX 80% Hand Sanitiser Gel 500ml

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Was: $14.95
Now: $8.97
SKU:
R9345078016661

Product Overview

Ripper FX 80% Hand Sanitiser Antibacterial Gel

* 80% Ethanol

* Moisturising

* With added Essential Oils

* Dries in Seconds

* No Rinse

Confidently sanitise and protect your hands with the Ripper FX Hand Sanitiser Antibacterial Gel.

Use without the aid of water.

A refreshing gel enriched with lemon myrtle essential oil known for its antiseptic and disinfectant properties.

98.95% Natural Ingredients (80% Natural Ethanol Alcohol)

Our hand sanitiser has been formulated with natural emollients to help replace skin lipids which can be removed by alcohol. 

This antibacterial gel helps maintain skin integrity and prevents moisture loss, leaving your hands hygienic, soft and replenished.
 
Use at home, out and about, at work just rub it straight onto your hands, no water required!
 
Beneficial Essential Oils:
 
Lemon Myrtle -    Antibacterial
Lavender -          Antibacterail, High Antioxidant and Calming
Rose Geranium - Antimicrobial and Soothing 

How to Use:

Spray onto the skin or surface and allow to dry for a few seconds.
For increased protection, we recommend washing hands thoroughly of visible dirt and grime, then apply the spray.

Ingredients:

Alcohol Denat, Distilled Water, Propylene Glycol, Triethalamine, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Lauryl PEG-10 Tris(trimethylsiloxy)silylethyl  Dimethicone,Lavandula Angustifolia Oil,  Pelargonium Capitatum Leaf Extract, Backhousia Citriodora Leaf Oil

 

Why 80% Ethanol and not more?

80% percent of alcohol is ideal to the common 99.9% stronger solution. Pure alcohol coagulates protein in contact.

If 80 percent of alcohol is poured to a single celled organism (the germ or bacteria), the diluted alcohol also coagulates the protein, but at a slower rate, so that it penetrates all the way through the cell before coagulation can block it. If the alcohol percentage is above 80% then the alcohol evaporates too quickly to breakdown the cell organism.

 

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