Vitamin-Based Hand Cleanser

HandSan no bkgd

As a mom-on-the-go in a dirty city I try to carry around wipes or hand cleansers to make sure that my daughter has clean hands after subway rides or before she eats. This is of course when we aren't home or near a sink and those moments are pretty frequent. To stay clean, I have been using an interesting new vitamin-based product called HandSan.

Developed by Nik Renieris, founder and CEO of National Bio+Green Sciences, HandSan, is an alcohol-free, organic hand cleanser made solely from purified water and vitamins with no artificial dyes, colors or preservatives! I was pretty shocked by the simplicity of this hand cleanser, which I learned was also nutraceutical-based and environmentally friendly.

Since this product contains no alcohol (the first product of its kind to do so), it didn't leave my hands sticky or dry as it felt light and cleaned by hands. I also used it on my daughter's hands who remarked how "refreshing" it felt with its simple spray. It was also compact to find easily in my purse and lasted through about 60 applications that made for a bargain at $5.99.

This is also great to have around with the upcoming flu and cold season since HandSan can ward off that is also gentle on the skin for both kids and even pets!

In addition to HandSan, the Bio+Green Crystals eco-friendly product line includes environmentally safe cleaning compounds packaged in water-soluble packets. The proprietary NBGS crystallization process purifies each product, completely removing any potential volatile organic compounds or impurities that can affect developmental stages of growth leading to increased ADHD, Asthma and Autism rates. When immersed in water, sachet and crystals dissolve formulating a precise, natural cleaning solution for specific cleaning purposes. The Bio+Green cleaning products include: Glass & Window Cleaner, All-Purpose Cleaner, Natural Degreaser, Bathroom & Odor Neutralizing Cleaner, Stainless Steel Cleaner, Child-safe Multi Surface Toy Cleaner and a Fruit & Vegetable Wash.

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