SAAR Hand Sanitizer is made up of 70% isopropyl alcohol and propylene glycol. These ingredients dissolve the outer wall of germs by breaking the peptide bonds. This stops any further growth of the germs and makes them completely inactive. SAAR Hand Sanitizer is free from harmful chemicals.
SAAR Hand Sanitizer is useful to maintain hand hygiene by preventing diseases caused by germs and controlling their spread. The outer wall of the virus can be destroyed by isopropyl alcohol’s antimicrobial properties. Therefore, this hand sanitizer is useful in preventing the spread of the virus. SAAR Hand Sanitizer is free from harmful chemicals, which makes it safe for use. It also evaporates easily which makes it easy to use anywhere and anytime.
Isopropyl alcohol is known for its antimicrobial properties and keeps your hands germ-free.
This hand sanitizer not only prevents infections caused by a current virus but it also prevents other viral and bacterial infections.
It is free from any side effects and is safe for use.
How to use
For complete prevention, take a few drops of SAAR Hand Sanitizer on your palm and rub it on your fingers, between them, the back of your hands, and the area under your fingernails for around 20 seconds. When you step outside your house, use this hand sanitizer before touching your hands and face or after touching any dirty or suspect surfaces. Use before and after your meals if you do not have access to soap and water.
Let it dry off completely when you rub it on your hands.
Use it without water or soap.
Use the hand sanitizer before eating your food.
Ensure that it has completely dried off before having food.
We can ship to all over India. We primarily work in Maharashtra, UP, and Bihar for home delivery.
SAAR Biotech, Himachal Pradesh, India
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Note - The actual results may vary from person to person.