Different types of hand sanitisers.
- Sanitiser Wet Wipes
- Spray Pumps
- Sanitiser Foams
- Hand Sanitisers on a Keychain
- Hand Sanitiser Gel
- Hand Sanitiser Pens
Weird uses for hand sanitisers:
Shine up your phone screen and get rid of makeup residue with a blob of hand gel and a magic microfibre cloth. No doubt your mobile phone could do with a quick disinfecting too.
Hand sanitiser gels can even remove sticky hairspray off your glasses, and in fact, keep them looking shiny and clean.
Good for spots.
The alcohol in hand sanitisers work a treat on spots (be careful it may sting though!)
Eraser for whiteboards.
Hand sanitiser works wonders on removing marks on whiteboards, clothing, and walls. It’s a great handy cleaner.
Stops your itch.
Stop mosquito bites from itching with a hand sanitiser. It can cool the bite down and help to stop the itchiness.
Disinfect your makeup.
Wipe your makeup down with a sanitiser to keep it clean and shiny. You could also rub a little hand sanitiser in the bristles and allow them to air dry.
Stay smelling fresh wipe it on and let it dry – once again be careful as this may really sting!
How does hand sanitiser work?
Sanitisers were made for when water and soap weren’t available but were made to have the same effect as what water and soap had. The purpose of sanitisers was to destroy the germs on the skin, that’s why alcohol was added to the sanitisers because alcohol works quickly to eliminate microscopic organisms aka germs. Alcohol can also make skin quite dry, so the sanitiser is likely to contain a lotion to limit skin dryness and irritation.
How to get creative with branding hand sanitisers.
During challenging times our advice at Extravaganza is to get creative. Even a printed mask or hand sanitiser can be given a fun angle with messages to inspire and connect. The demand for hand sanitisers is high so it’s the perfect item to brand and give away to clients. We have designed creative packaging and sanitiser kits to bring some brightness and fun back to these everyday essentials. From Healthcare Kits, Cosmetic Packs, Back to Work Hygiene Kits, Sanitising Kits, and lots more. They can include items such as lip balms, wet wipes, tissue packs, aloe vera hand creams, printed face masks, nitrile gloves, forehead thermometers, lavender pillow sprays, bullet journals. pop sockets and lots more. We can mix and match the kits to your brand identity colours and budgets, we’d be more than happy to send you some concepts and sample packs.
Benefits of branding hand sanitisers.
Our smaller range of hand sanitisers is the perfect size for protecting hands whilst on the go. They can easily fit into a jeans pocket, handbag or rucksack. They are also a lightweight promotional product so they can be used right away after coming into contact with surfaces that are in public.
Keep hands clean.
The bonus of sanitiser is that it can keep hands clean. Although washing your hands is great, it’s a good addition to have as you can use it when water and soap aren’t to your hand, and your sanitiser is.
It’s great having the opportunity to be able to brand your own hand sanitisers. You can use them to promote a hygiene campaign or just to help promote cleaner hands within your workplace. Everyone is going to need a hand sanitiser at some point and is a great gift to add to anyone’s pocket. It’s also a bonus as you can make people more aware of your brand by printing your logo or brand name onto the sanitisers.
Hand sanitiser is a far more convenient way to get hands clean, than washing hands with soap and water. This is because a squeeze of hand sanitisers on your hands is a quicker way to get hands clean than washing your hands with some soap will do.
If you are interested in getting your hands sanitised, or you would like to keep everyone in the office safe and clean with sanitisers, then you can contact us at email@example.com or call us on 0116 285 2417. The team will always be happy to discuss everything to do with hand sanitisers, and also branding options and prices to get the perfect hand sanitiser just for you!