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Antibacterial Aloe Wipes
Antibacterial Aloe Wipes
Antibacterial Aloe Wipes
Antibacterial Aloe Wipes
Antibacterial Aloe Wipes

Antibacterial Aloe Wipes

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Sanitize your hands and body on-the-go without drying out your skin. These antibacterial wipes are made with 65% Ethyl Alcohol to kill 99.9% of germs, plus Aloe and Vitamin E to moisturize and keep skin soft.

Unscented. Each wipe is 6 x 7 inches. 25 wipes per pack.

Sanitize your hands and body on-the-go without drying out your skin. These antibacterial wipes are made with 65% Ethyl Alcohol to kill 99.9% of germs, plus Aloe and Vitamin E to moisturize and keep skin soft.

Unscented. Each wipe is 6 x 7 inches. 25 wipes per pack.

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How to use

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  1. Pull one wipe from the opening at the top of pack.
  2. Wipe across the area you want to sanitize. If you're using on your hands, make sure you cover your palms, tops of hands, wrists, fingertips and nails.
  3. Reseal the pack with the label so the remaining wipes maintain their moisture.

The nitty gritty

  1. These wipes effectively kill 99.9% of germs on the spot without drying out hands.
  2. The active ingredient in this antibacterial formula is 65% Ethyl Alcohol
  3. Infused with Aloe and Vitamin E to keep skin moisturized and soft
  4. Sized conveniently in a soft pack of 25 wipes to easily take on-the-go

Ingredients

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Ethyl Alcohol, Water (Aqua), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E).

FAQ

You only want to use antibacterial wipes on your skin that are made for putting on your skin. Antibacterial wipes for disinfecting surfaces are typically made with ingredients that would be irritating for your skin and could lead to redness, itchiness or swelling.
Some antibacterial wipes are made without alcohol and instead use an active ingredient like benzalkonium chloride. However, the CDC recommends that antibacterial products for the skin use at least 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol as active ingredients. According to the CDC website, “available evidence indicates benzalkonium chloride has less reliable activity against certain bacteria and viruses than either of the alcohols.”
Aloe Vera does have antibacterial properties, but the active antibacterial ingredients recommended by the CDC for hand sanitizer are 60% (or higher) ethanol and 70% (or higher) isopropanol because of their effectiveness in killing bacteria and viruses. Aloe Vera may be used as an ingredient in hand sanitizer primarily for its skin-moisturizing properties.

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