Sunday, August 12, 2012

Review: EO Hand Sanitizer Spray, Gel, and Cleansing Wipes

Last year, I straightened my teeth using the Invisalign system. While I appreciated the aesthetic bonus and the lack of wires, I had to remove and replace the clear retainer-like trays before and after every meal. This becomes a bit of a chore when eating out, and especially when traveling. At first, I would find a bathroom to clean my hands before removing the trays, but I quickly switched to using simple hand sanitizer instead. Naturally, I searched for a good sanitizer that not only traveled well, but also was easy to use. One of my top picks is EO Hand Sanitizer Spray, which comes in fun flavors such as peppermint and lavender.

  • Available in a convenient travel size
  • Great natural fragrances
  • Certified organic
  • Effective sanitizer
  • Easy to apply
  • Available in many retail stores
  • Dries very quickly so sometimes will need two sprays
EO's Hand Sanitizers come in a variety of forms, including gels, wipes, and sprays. My Whole Foods, for example, carries the lavender wipes by the entrance to use on their shopping carts. I have used them before to clean yoga or exercise mats. I found little difference in performance between the spray and the gel forms of the hand sanitizers. However, the spray did seem to last a bit longer and was slightly easier for me to use because I wouldn't apply to much. I love how these sanitizers come in a variety of scents (and even unscented) to suit both men and women. These products and very natural; the spray rates a mere 1 on the EWG Skin Deep database, the gels a 1-2, and the wipes a 1-2 as well. They are affordable and easy to find in many natural retail stores. If you're looking for sanitizing products, EO offers many natural options that are sure to please your nose as well.

Also available on spray, wipes, and gels.

Product Ratings (out of 5)


Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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