Keep hands clean and support Irish with these lovely hand sanitisers that are a treat to use

We all have to keep doing our part – keeping our distance, stay home as much as possible and keep those hands clean. In the weeks ahead, and especially when restrictions eventually lift, make sure to keep hand sanitiser to hand.

Jo Browne

Luxurious Irish skincare brand Jo Browne has made a hand sanitiser with natural ingredients to soothe skin. This cleansing gel is made by hand in Ireland. It contains 65% alcohol, and pro vitamin B5, glycerine, peppermint and aloe vera to keep hands soft. Other ingredients include essential oils like thyme, clary sage and eucalyptus.

Fresh Hands cleansing spray, jobrowne.com (€7.95)

Max Benjamin

Candle brand Max Benjamin has created a blend of lavender oils with 74% alcohol to create an effective hand sanitiser. The elegant bottle will appeal to fans of the brand, and the elegant scent provides a note of calm.

True Lavender hand sanitiser spray, Max Benjamin (€8)

The Handmade Soap Co

The Handmade Soap Co’s uplifting hand sanitiser is 70% alcohol, mixed with their trademark blend of essential oils. Handmade in Ireland, the hand sanitiser is cruelty-free and vegan friendly.

Hand sanitiser, The Handmade Soap Co (€6.95)

Airmedica

This Irish-made sanitiser has 70% ethanol, so hands are sanitised, but not dried out. The bottles are available in a range of sizes too which is handy for the home for takign on the go.

Airmedica hand sanitiser 250ml, airmedica.ie (€5.41)

Dublin Herbalists

This hand sanitiser is a blend of 65% isopropyl alcohol, and promises to keep hands soft too. Other ingredients include lemon essential oil and tea tree essential oil.

Clean Hands, dublinherbalists.ie (€3)

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