Thieves® Waterless Hand Purifier
Winter is almost here and it’s a great time to stock up on Thieves Waterless Hand Purifier. With winter comes germs and washing your hands with soap and water isn’t always an option. Think of all the doorknobs you’ll touch this season – whether you are at work with a sick colleague, shopping with the masses, or at your favorite sporting event you never know the health of the person who touched that surface before you. And if you are like me, you are way too busy to be sick.
Lucky for you Young Living’s Thieves waterless hand purifier is convenient, portable, and long lasting. It is also effective, safe, and gentle enough for you and your kids to use to use on your hands throughout the year without over drying your skin.
Many commercially available hand sanitizes contain Triclosan which has been a hot topic in regards to human health and possibly contributing to creating bacteria resistant to antibiotics. The FDA has not made an official stance on Triclosan but I feel better knowing that Young Living’s Thieves waterless hand purifier has a super clean ingredient list:
- Alcohol denatured: Instead of nasty chemicals, this hand purifier is denatured using essential oils such as peppermint or cinnamon,
- Aloe barbadensis leaf powder: moisturizing and hydrating
- Vegetable Glycerin
- Hydroxypropyl cellulose: plant derived thickener
- Peppermint oil
- Clove oil
- Lemon peel oil
- Eucalyptus radiata oil
- Rosemary oil
- Cinnamon bark oil
How to Use: Use as often as necessary. Apply a nickel-sized amount to the palm of hand and rub until completely absorbed.
- Purifies and cleans hands with powerful essential oils and plant-based ingredients.
- Available in Small 1 oz bottles for portability. Also available in larger 7.6 oz. bottles to increase your family’s use and overall hygiene.
- Offers the skin-moisturizing benefits of aloe vera and vegetable glycerin.
- Dermatologist tested and is great for those with sensitive skin.
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