Our hand sanitiser gel is a quick and easy way to clean your hands when soap and water are not readily available. It effectively kills germs and bacteria, including viruses like Covid-19. Our hand sanitiser gel comes in different sizes and formats, from small travel-sized bottles to large dispensers for communal areas.
Disinfect and kill germs on surfaces too with our range of surface cleaners.
For a more convenient and portable option, we also have antibacterial hand wipes that you can use anytime, anywhere. Our hand wipes are gentle on the skin, approved by the NHS and kill 99.9% of bacteria (despite containing no alcohol).
For all things hygiene, shop our medical hygiene range, where you’ll find quality shampoos, wipes, cleaners and more.
At Complete Care Shop, we understand the importance of maintaining a safe and hygienic environment at home. We offer a wide selection of medical-grade accessories for use in the home environment, including gloves, masks, and cleaning supplies, to provide peace of mind and a high level of cleanliness. Discover our range of medical equipment and accessories.
At Complete Care Shop, our aim is to support you in your daily life. To this end, our range of antibacterial products is perfect for day-to-day disinfection and fighting germs. Contact our friendly team today for free help and advice regarding any of our products – we’ll be glad to help.
Hand sanitisers kill bacteria by using alcohol; however, the use of soap and water through handwashing is generally more effective. If you aren't in a location to wash your hands, then sanitiser is a good option to kill bacteria.
Antibacterial hand wipes and hand sanitisers serve different purposes. Hand wipes physically remove dirt and germs, providing a thorough cleansing, while hand sanitizers kill germs on the hands. Use hand wipes when a more thorough cleaning is needed and hand sanitiser when soap and water are unavailable.
Alcohol-free hand sanitisers may be effective in reducing germs, but alcohol-based hand sanitisers with at least 60% alcohol are generally more effective. But neither are as effective as simply washing your hands with soap and water.