Advanced Antibacterial Hand Sanitizer
Kills 99.99% Of Germs And Makes You Feel 100% Safe ℠
Refreshing Aloe Vera Gel Moisturizes Hands
SANICOL kills more than 99.99% of most common germs that may make you sick
We are the antiseptic team fighting germs so you don't have to.
No water? No soap? No problem!
We have added natural Aloe Vera and glycerin to moisturize hands
Put enough product in your palm to cover both hands and rub hands briskly together until dry. Children under 6 years of age should be supervised when using SANICOL
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No, BPA is not an ingredient in Sanicol. Ethyl alcohol is the active ingredient in Sanicol Hand Sanitizer.
Germs live all around us. Our bodies are covered with germs that help us stay healthy. These are considered “resident or potentially harmless” bacteria and, they reside in and on the body.
We’re also exposed to germs we pick up from contact with other people or objects. These germs are called transient bacteria. These germs are often responsible for making one sick. Sanicol reduces some of your resident bacteria while eliminating the transient bacteria on the top layer of your hands. Your body quickly regenerates your resident bacteria.
Ethyl alcohol is one of the safest and most effective antiseptic ingredients. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend that the general public use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available.
No, Triclosan is not an ingredient in Sanicol. Ethyl alcohol is the active ingredient in Sanicol Hand Sanitizer.
Yes, Sanicol is tested against a broad spectrum of micro-organisms and have resulted in more than 99.99% reduction of those organisms & germs. It is prohibited by the Food and Drug Administration for manufacturers to make viral reduction claims.
No. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers kill germs in a different way than antibiotics, and they are not left behind to let the germs either become resistant or become what some people call “supergerms.” According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there is no chance for the germs to adapt or develop resistance to an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, even with frequent use.
As with all over-the-counter products, it is important to use Sanicol properly and according to the instructions on the label: Put enough product in your palm to cover hands and rub hands together briskly, let dry. Adults should always supervise children in the use of the product. It is important to use Sanicol at key moments throughout the day such as before eating, after caring for someone who’s ill, after using the restroom and after touching objects touched by many different hands, for example, the grocery cart handle, a subway pole and escalator railings.
Yes, Sanicol is safe and effective for everyone. However, children under 6 years of age should be supervised when using Sanicol. Do not use on children under the age of 2.
No, Sanicol Hand Sanitizer was developed to be used repeatedly without damaging the skin.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have recommended the use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers when soap and water are not available, and hands are not visibly dirty. For more information on the CDC Hand Hygiene recommendations, visit www.cdc.gov/handwashing.
Labels on Sanicol provide instructions to follow in the event of ingestion. Label instructions state: “If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.”
What are some exs of when to Practice Good Hand Hygiene?
There haven’t been any reports of adverse effects of Sanicol alcohol-based hand sanitizer on fine jewelry composed of gold, silver, or platinum. However, we recommend you use caution while wearing costume jewelry as the product might affect painted surfaces. Please refer to the care instructions provided by the jewelry manufacturer.
Yes, it is safe to use Sanicol during pregnancy and nursing.
Sanicol should be stored In temperatures below of 110°F (43°C).
Sanicol hand sanitizer is manufactured in Ridgefield Park, NJ.
In the United States, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) controls antimicrobial handsoaps and sanitizers as over-the-counter drugs (OTC) because they are intended for topical anti-microbial use to prevent disease in humans. Sanicol is made according to the guidelines provided by the FDA. It is an OTC drug and comes under the jurisdiction of the FDA. Sanicol formula is registered with the FDA. Sanicol is manufactured at an approved FDA manufacturing plant.
Please call our customer service line at 212-679-0700 or visit our website www.sanicol.com