Experts are still learning more about the spread of COVID-19, but continuously say that it is essential to wash and sanitize your hands.
With COVID-19 cases increasing across the United States, many are still having a hard time finding disinfectant cleaning supplies and hand sanitizers.
Some have even found that these supplies are limited while trying to place an order online.
To help with your disinfectant needs, People created a list of hand sanitizers that are currently available for purchase online. Since there is a limited supply, shoppers should know that the situation is changing quickly.
ORLY Hand Sanitizer Spray
While Orly Beauty is mainly known for its nail polish, it has shifted gears and is now producing hand sanitizer spray amid the coronavirus pandemic. Their product is made with four ingredients that include: USP-grade purified water, hydrogen peroxide, 75% isopropyl, and glycerin. If you purchase a pack of four, proceeds will go toward homeless residents and first responders in Los Angeles. Each customer is limited to buying three packs, which are available on orlybeauty.com.
Highline Wellness, which is known for putting CBD in its products, is selling a $7 hand sanitizer. It also contains 70% isopropyl alcohol. You can buy it on highlinewellness.com.
The Vegamour hand sanitizer comes in spray form and and is available for $16. The company is donating 20% of its purchases to Project Angel Food, an organization that delivers meals to vulnerable residents in Los Angeles. Customers can buy the spray on vegamour.com.
The company is known for its hydrating and nontoxic baby products. Pipette Baby is selling a $4.99 hand sanitizer in a 8-ounce bottle that is fragrance-free.
Peter Thomas Roth
Peter Thomas Roth sells beauty and skincare products. The company recently added hand sanitizer to its list. The sanitizer is made of 80% alcohol and you can buy it in a 6-ounce bottle for $16. You can purchase up to 10 per order.
Clark’s Botanicals is a company that is known for natural skin care. The company is selling a 4-ounce bottle of sanitizer with 71% alcohol that costs $9. Clark’s is also donating bottles to healthcare professionals at Northwell Health and Montefiore hospitals. You can buy it on clarksbotanicals.com.
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