Bloomtown Botanicals

Hand Sanitizer Spray 70% Alcohol - Natural & Organic (10 ml purse-sized)

£4.99

Keep your hands clean and soft with our 70% Alcohol Hand Sanitizer Spray, infused with palm-free plant glycerine to prevent dryness and our signature Cleanse blend of essential oils of lemon, eucalyptus, rosemary, cinnamon and clove.

10 ml glass bottle with plastic spray pump

1 bottle = approximately 75 spritzes, and you will only need 1-2 spritzes per use depending on hand size.

As a small business, we are doing everything we can to offer this much needed product at a fair price at a very sensitive time, especially as the cost of all the materials for us have increased. We buy our organic alcohol in small batches and use palm-free glycerine, pure essential oils and glass bottles to reduce our environmental impact and make the best product we possibly can for your skin - once you take out all of our costs, including VAT, cost of ingredients and packaging, labour and postage, which we offer for free, we are not left with much - and top of that we will be donating 10% of our profits to coronavirus relief, so thank you for shopping small! 

  • 100% Vegan 
  • 100% Natural & Organic
  • 100% Cruelty-Free
  • 100% Palm Oil-Free
  • No Sulphates
  • No Parabens 
  • No PEGs
  • No Petrochemicals
  • No Phthalates
  • No TEA/MEA/DEA
  • No Synthetic Colours
  • No Synthetic Fragrance
  • No SLS

INGREDIENTS: Organic Alcohol Denat., Aqua/Water/Eau, Glycerine, Citrus limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil, Eucalyptus radiata (Eucalyptus) Leaf Oil, Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil, Cinnamomum verum (Cinnamon) Bark Oil, Syzygium aromaticum (Clove) Bud Oil, Benzyl Benzoate* , Citral*, Cinnamal*, Eugenol*, Limonene*, Linalool*  *Naturally Occurring In Essential Oils

Independently tested for safety & efficacy    

To help prevent illness, all major health organisations worldwide recommend washing hands with soap & water as well as using an alcohol-based hand sanitiser spray or gel, 70% being the recommended strength. According to the latest research, there is no evidence that soaps and other products labeled "antibacterial" are more effective.

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