Disinfect and refresh your hands at regular intervals throughout the day with some antibacterial hand sanitiser gel. Easily protect against germs and bacteria and get instant results with quick-drying hand sanitiser gel from Complete Care Shop. Not only do our products kill up to 99% of bacteria, but they can also moisturise your hands with aloe vera. We also stock a number of smaller hand gels that can fit in your pocket, making them ideal for carrying while out and about.
For a quick and effective way of cleaning and disinfecting your hands with an alcohol-free solution, choose Clinell Antibacterial Hand Wipes. Ideal for sensitive skin, these wipes – among others – eliminate 99.9% of bacteria and viruses, including MRSA, Salmonella, Influenza, Herpes and Norovirus, without irritating skin.
All hand sanitisers and wipes products in our washing and hygiene aids range are dermatologically tested so you know they’re effective and trustworthy. Easy on the skin but tough on bacteria, you can rest assured that you’ll be protecting yourself, and others, from viruses with hand sanitiser gel and antibacterial hand wipes from Complete Care Shop.
At Complete Care Shop, we’re keen to keep you protected at all times which is why we provide a range of high-quality hand sanitiser gel and antibacterial wipes. If you have any questions about our products, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Hand sanitisers work by containing alcohol or other active ingredients that kill or deactivate germs on your hands. They are generally effective against a wide range of germs, including bacteria and many viruses, when used correctly. However, not all hand sanitisers are equally effective. Look for sanitisers with at least 60% alcohol content for optimal germ-killing properties. It's also important to use the sanitiser as directed, ensuring you cover all surfaces of your hands and allow it to dry completely.
Hand sanitisers are a convenient option when soap and water are not readily available, but they are not always a substitute for proper handwashing. Handwashing with soap and water is still the best method for removing dirt, grease, and certain types of germs. Use hand sanitisers when you're on the go or when washing your hands is impractical. However, it's crucial to use hand sanitisers after handling potentially contaminated surfaces or objects and before touching your face or eating.
Disinfectant wipes are designed to kill germs on surfaces. When using them: