Ethanol, Glycerol, Hydrogen peroxide, Purified Water
Hand sanitisers contain antiseptic ingredients. An antiseptic is a substance that is used on the skin to kill microorganisms or prevent the growth of microorganisms. At present, alcohol-based hand rubs are the only known means for rapidly and effectively inactivating a wide array of potentially harmful microorganisms on hands The low concentration of H2O2 is intended to help eliminate contaminating spores in the bulk solutions and recipients and is not an active substance for hand antisepsis. Glycerol is added as a humectant to increase the acceptability of the product.
Directions of use & Warnings
• Apply sufficient amount of product on hands to cover all surfaces • Rub hands until dry • Do not drink • Do not apply to irritated or damaged skin • If skin irritation occurs, stop use immediately and rinse with water • For external use only • Avoid contact with eyes • In case of contact with eyes, flush with water • Keep out of reach of children • Highly flammable. Keep away from flame and heat.