Quick Guide: COVID-19, Hand Sanitizer, and Eczema

Small enough for a purse or backpack, but powerful enough to kill coronavirus and other illnesses, this 2 oz. hand sanitizer is perfect for on-the-go safety. At just under $5, this product is a must-have for fall.

Complimentary hand sanitizer at stores are considerate, but they can further irritate eczema with its harsh chemicals. Friends or family might have fragrance-rich sanitizers that also cause flares. What is a person with sensitive skin left to do? Don’t panic! Eczema Honey Hand Sanitizer Gel can help protect against eczema irritation, fragrance-free, and contains 70% ethyl alcohol, making it effective at killing germs and viruses. Safe and effective? Yes, please!


Stay Protected This Fall With Eczema Honey’s 2oz Hand Sanitizer Gel

“This was everything I’ve been looking for. I can never find any that are without fragrance or tons of unnecessary ingredients. So glad to have found this one!” - Andrea K.

We are adapting to new ways of life to avoid the spread of COVID-19 and other related illnesses whether that be wearing masks or waving instead of a hand shake. We are also learning more about the virus as our world becomes more familiar with it, including key information from Harvard Medical School on how long the virus can stay alive on surfaces. 

“COVID-19 coronavirus can survive up to four hours on copper, up to 24 hours on cardboard, and up to two to three days on plastic and stainless steel. Researchers also found that this virus can hang out as droplets in the air for up to three hours before they fall.” (Harvard Health Publishing, 2020) 

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 These pathogens can be easily transferred to one another by the surfaces we touch every day. When warm water and soap are not easily accessible, count on hand sanitizer to keep you protected. According to the CDC, sanitizer should contain at least 60% alcohol in order to be effective. Eczema Honey’s Hand Sanitizer Gel not only has a 70% ethyl alcohol level, but also only 4 other ingredients. 

“I usually hate hand sanitizer because it’s so drying, but this one never made me reach for my lotion. Also there’s no smell as an added bonus.” - Murphy T

This information is not meant to replace a visit to a physician or physician’s advice. Always consult your doctor about your medical conditions. Eczema Relief Store does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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