“The fortune belongs to the few of us still willing to get their hands dirty” is a famous quote. But some people take this quite literally. You see, some (read many) people are dumb. For me clean hands are a symbol of wealth and prosperity. A wealthy person will always find time for cleaning hands. It’s an investment you make for your healthy self, every day! To make this less fussy and quick, Himalaya has introduced an amazing line of hand sanitizers with some mind boggling variants. This is by far the best hand sanitizer I’ve come across. Following is a list of antibacterial hand sanitizers, PureHands from Himalaya:
- Green Apple
Himalaya’s PureHands is an effective, herbal, alcohol-based hand sanitizer and claims to kill 99.9% of germs, preventing infection, and ensuring complete hand hygiene.
With extracts of herbs like Coriander, that contain potent antimicrobial properties and Lime, which is a natural bacteria killing agent, this product is one of a kind. In addition, the active ingredients like Neem, with antibacterial, fungicidal and antiviral properties it’s safe to say that this product can keep viruses, bacteria and fungi at bay.
The key ingredients that make Himalaya PureHands hand sanitizer different from the existing sanitizers in market are: Hrivera, Coriander, Lime, Ushira and Neem extracts. A coin sized drop (approx. 0.5ml) on your palm is sufficient to significantly reduce microbial germs that can cause a variety of illnesses.
The packaging of Himalaya Hand sanitiser is chic and simple. I personally love travel friendly packaging which is easily portable in my handbag and this product does all the justice to it. The variants with different fragrances have long lasting aroma and I absolutely loved the fragrance choices that Himalaya has introduced. My personal favourite is the Litchi hand sanitizer which smells like I’ve just crushed some litchi and treated myself to a good tall glass of litchi milkshake.
I cannot stress enough on how important it is to wash your hands the right way. Following are some tips:
-Wash hands with warm water
-Scrub properly between the fingers, wrist and nails as that’s where dust settles easily.
-If you’re using a sanitizer, once it dries off use a hand cream to moisturize your hands as alcohol kills the natural moisture of your hands.
Do give the Himalaya PureHands Hand sanitizers a try and let me know what you think of ’em!
Until next time,
Stay peachy, act funny, you guys! 😀
Himalaya Hand Sanitizers