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Large 12 oz. Canviva Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer-CASE of 12

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Your Price: $131.88
Part Number: SKU# 43HS-2
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Canviva's proprietary hand sanitizing blend is made with 70% alcohol. Other brands usually contain only 60% alcohol. They've added Jojoba oil to help moisturize your hands and essential oils of Ginger and Lemongrass for an uplifting scent. (Unlike Canviva's other products, their hand sanitizer does not contain hemp or CBD.)

How To Use:

All visible organic matter (for example: dirt) must be removed from hands prior to applying hand sanitizer.
Apply about a dime sized amount of hand sanitizer to the palm of one hand.
Rub your hands together briskly, make sure to rub front, back and sides, including between your fingers.
Add more hand sanitizer if needed.
Gently scrape fingernails across palms to get hand sanitizer under your nails.
Stop rubbing in the sanitizer only once your skin is dry.
Active Ingredient: Ethyl Alcohol (70%) v/v

Purpose: Antimicrobial

Inactive Ingredients: Aloe Leaf Gel, Deionized Water, Jojoba Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Vitamin E Acetate, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Triethanolamine, Essential Oils of Ginger & Lemongrass.

Caution: Keep alcohol-based hand sanitizing gel out of the reach of young children. If swallowed get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center* right away. Children under 6 years of age should be supervised when using this product.

Did You Know: When soap and water aren't readily available, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention recommend the use of hand sanitizers containing at least 60% alcohol.   

*American Poison Control Center: (800) 222-1222

Recently the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has taken legal action against some hand sanitizer companies for making unproven claims against salmonella, e. Coli, Ebola, rotavirus, influenza, and MRSA (methicillin-resistantStaphylococcus aureus).
While studies are beginning to suggest that alcohol-based hand sanitizers may be effective at killing some of these germs, the companies that make these products have yet to gain FDA approval for these uses, making any claims such as Kills 99.99% of Germs illegal.

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