Finaflex Hand Sanitizer

Pack of 5 Finaflex Hand Sanitizer 5.8oz. Special offer available. Made in USA

Finaflex Hand Sanitizer

Pack of 5 Finaflex Hand Sanitizer 5.8oz. Special offer available. Made in USA

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Keep your hands free of germs during COVID-19 pandemic.

Premium Quality Alcohol-Based (70%) Hand Sanitizer with glycerin and aloe

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Keep your hands free of germs during COVID-19 pandemic.

Premium Quality Alcohol-Based (70%) Hand Sanitizer with glycerin and aloe

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The effectiveness of using hand sanitizers against COVID-19

According to FDA Q&A section for consumers, the best way to stop the infection and to reduce the probability of getting sick is by washing frequently your hands with plain soap and water, as advises the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention). And in case if soap and water is not available health care providers recommends consumers use an alcohol hand sanitizers that contains more than 60% of alcohol. Washing and keeping hands clean is essential prevention during COVID-19 pandemic.

Hand sanitizers and kids

While alcohol-based hand sanitizers are not prohibited for use by kind, for children under six years of age, it should be used with adult supervision. According the directions of Drug Facts Label, hand sanitizer is not dangerous if used properly. It is dangerous if ingested by children. It is also important to remember to keep applied sanitizer out of the eyes.

Alcohol-based hand sanitizers do not very effective for all types of germs

There are some cases when using plain soap and water is more effective than use of alcohol-based hand sanitizer. In case of Cryptosporidium, Norovirus and Clostridium difficile soap and water work the best. While alcohol-based hand sanitizers can eliminate many types of microbes when used properly, people may not use enough volume of gel or may wipe it off before it has dried.

Hand sanitizers are not effective when hands are dirty

Many studies of effectiveness of alcohol-based hand sanitizer shows that they work well in conditions where hands comes in contact with microbes but hands are not heavily dirty or greasy. However, when hands become very soiled or greasy during such activities like food handling, playing sports or fishing hand washing with soap and water are recommended in such cases.

The use of alcohol-based hand sanitizer

Read the label to learn about use directions and the correct amount of gel. As general use rule, apply the product to the palm of one hand and rub alcohol-based hand sanitizer all over the surfaces of your both hands until you feel that your hands are dry. The steps to apply sanitizer are based on procedure recommended by CDC.

The difference between consumer antiseptics and health care antiseptics

The main differences between health care antiseptics as those which are in use in clinics and hospitals from consumer antiseptics are:

  1. The products are used by professional in health care in respective institutions: clinics, doctor’s offices, nursing homes and hospitals.
  2. The purposes of the use of antiseptics are not only to protect the user of alcohol-based hand sanitizer but also the patient, when the main purposes of consumer antiseptics are to protect the user of the product.
  3. Health care antiseptics are used more frequently by health care professionals than consumers use consumer antiseptics.

The difference of consumer antiseptics from health care antiseptics is the following:

  1. The use area is primarily to use in the home, schools, daycare or any other public unit.
  2. Most consumer antiseptics are sold in retail places as drug store or grocery stores.

The effectiveness of using hand sanitizers against COVID-19

According to FDA Q&A section for consumers, the best way to stop the infection and to reduce the probability of getting sick is by washing frequently your hands with plain soap and water, as advises the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention). And in case if soap and water is not available health care providers recommends consumers use an alcohol hand sanitizers that contains more than 60% of alcohol. Washing and keeping hands clean is essential prevention during COVID-19 pandemic.

Hand sanitizers and kids

While alcohol-based hand sanitizers are not prohibited for use by kind, for children under six years of age, it should be used with adult supervision. According the directions of Drug Facts Label, hand sanitizer is not dangerous if used properly. It is dangerous if ingested by children. It is also important to remember to keep applied sanitizer out of the eyes.

Alcohol-based hand sanitizers do not very effective for all types of germs

There are some cases when using plain soap and water is more effective than use of alcohol-based hand sanitizer. In case of Cryptosporidium, Norovirus and Clostridium difficile soap and water work the best. While alcohol-based hand sanitizers can eliminate many types of microbes when used properly, people may not use enough volume of gel or may wipe it off before it has dried.

Hand sanitizers are not effective when hands are dirty

Many studies of effectiveness of alcohol-based hand sanitizer shows that they work well in conditions where hands comes in contact with microbes but hands are not heavily dirty or greasy. However, when hands become very soiled or greasy during such activities like food handling, playing sports or fishing hand washing with soap and water are recommended in such cases.

The use of alcohol-based hand sanitizer

Read the label to learn about use directions and the correct amount of gel. As general use rule, apply the product to the palm of one hand and rub alcohol-based hand sanitizer all over the surfaces of your both hands until you feel that your hands are dry. The steps to apply sanitizer are based on procedure recommended by CDC.

The difference between consumer antiseptics and health care antiseptics

The main differences between health care antiseptics as those which are in use in clinics and hospitals from consumer antiseptics are:

  1. The products are used by professional in health care in respective institutions: clinics, doctor’s offices, nursing homes and hospitals.
  2. The purposes of the use of antiseptics are not only to protect the user of alcohol-based hand sanitizer but also the patient, when the main purposes of consumer antiseptics are to protect the user of the product.
  3. Health care antiseptics are used more frequently by health care professionals than consumers use consumer antiseptics.

The difference of consumer antiseptics from health care antiseptics is the following:

  1. The use area is primarily to use in the home, schools, daycare or any other public unit.
  2. Most consumer antiseptics are sold in retail places as drug store or grocery stores.