Personal hygiene is essential for good health. Frequent use of Verus Hand Sanitizer Gel is key to prevent the spread of microorganisms (also known as microbes or germs) that cause many common illnesses. Sanitizing your hands throughout the day is important, but even more important during an outbreak. The active ingredient in Hand Sanitizer Gel is an alcohol which constitutes of 75% in the entire formulation. It is stable and effective disinfectant and in turn helps to kill or control the growth of microorganisms. Always remember to sanitize your hands with Hand Sanitizer Gel in the below situations:
After returning from a public outing.
Before leaving the bathroom - both at home and in public bathrooms.
After shaking hands during flu season and virus outbreaks.
Before, during, and after preparing food, especially raw food. Also, before eating food
After blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing
After handling pet food or pet treats or pet waste.
After using public computers, touching public tables and countertops, cash and coins, other peoples phones, etc.
It is intended to kill or inhibit bacteria and microorganisms on the hands and/or body.
On the go protection
Rinse Free & Non-Sticky
It nourishes the skin by moisturizing.
Apply a palmful of the Hand Sanitizer Gel in a cupped hand, covering all surfaces.
Rub hands palm to palm.
Right palm over left dorsum with interlaced fingers and vice versa.
Palm to palm with fingers interlaced
Backs of fingers to opposing palms with fingers interlocked.
Rotational rubbing of left thumb clasped in right palm and vice versa.
Rotational rubbing, backwards and forwards with clasped fingers of right hand in left palm and vice versa.
Once dry, your hands are safe
Alcohol-based hand sanitizers should be stored away from all heat and ignition sources, including (but not limited to) sparks; open flames; any types of electrical outlets, switches or equipment; and extreme heat.
Do not expose to heat or store at temperatures above 120 Degreee F.
You should not use sanitizer if your hands are greasy or dirty. There is no substitute for soap and water
Sanitizers will have alcohol in it. Do not use it while cooking
Supervise children while using sanitizer to ensure they rub their hands until completely dry, and store the sanitizer out of their reach.