Sapunoteka disinfectant hand gel
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends using at least 60% ethanol, by volume. Higher concentrations are also more effective, but after 70% of ethanol the efficiency begins to decline. Therefore, Sapunoteka hand sanitizer gel contains 70% ethanol. In the case of products with a higher content of ethanol, the product evaporates too quickly, which results in the effect of "frying" the outer layer of microorganisms, while alcohol does not even manage to penetrate to those in the lower layers before it evaporates.
In addition to ethanol, the composition contains propylene glycol, which acts similarly to glycerin in a way that it helps retain skin moisture, but does not leave a sticky feeling on the hands. Also, according to the recommendation of the World Health Organization, Sapunoteka hand sanitizer gel contains hydrogen peroxide, whose role, in addition to disinfecting, is to kill any spores that may survive in alcohol.
The gel is easy to apply and does not leave a sticky feeling on the hands.
If you are in self-insulation it is more convenient to use soap, because they dry the hands less and there is no need for a disinfectant gel.
Soap disinfectant hand gel is biocidal product for hand disinfection. A VAT rate of 13% applies to this product.
Storage method: Store in a closed container, in a dark place, away from flames and ignition sources, and heat sources. Keep out of reach of children.
Precautions: It must not come into contact with the eyes and mucous membranes. In case this happens, rinse thoroughly with water.
Type of use: Apply the gel on the palms of dry hands, rub into the skin of the hands and wrists, and between the fingers, until the skin is completely dry (about 20 seconds).
Key ingredients: alcohol, propylene glycol, hydrogen peroxide
INCI (Ingredients): Alcohol denaturated, Aqua, Propylene Glycol, Carbomer, Hydrogen Peroxyde, Sodium Hydroxide (Neutralizing Agent).