safeHands® Alcohol-Free Hand Sanitizers to Debut in Albertsons Stores

World’s First Doctor-Invented Line Available in More Than 725 Stores


Boca Raton, Fla. (May 6, 2014) – safeHands®, the world’s first doctor-invented alcohol-free hand sanitizer line, announces its debut into more than 725 Albertsons stores across the country and will soon be found in the hand sanitizer aisle. Dr. Jay Reubens, the inventor of the first touch-free dispenser, created safeHands in an effort to create a hand sanitizer that is non-toxic, soothing and works with the skin’s natural oils to increase in germ killing with each consecutive use. Both the safeHands® Squirts and safeHands® Classic Line, their respective children’s and adult products, leave even the most sensitive of skin moisturized and soft.
“As we enter the summer months full of travel, summer camp and outdoor activities, it is important now more than ever that hand sanitizerpeople have alternatives to other  hand sanitizers,” said Reubens, CEO of safeHands. “We hope to become a solution for consumers looking for alcohol-free alternatives and to help do our part in ensuring every child and adult is germ-free.”

safeHands is safe for the whole family with its hydrating and moisturizing foam. safeHands’ active ingredient is  Benzalkonium Chloride (BAC), the same ingredient in mouthwash and eye drops, to create a hand sanitizer that is tough on germs and safe for skin.

About safeHands®
safeHands® is the world’s first Doctor-Invented Alcohol Free line of hand sanitizers providing a skin soothing, non-toxic, non-flammable alternative to other hand sanitizers. safeHands® has been subjected to extensive microbiological and human-subject testing—making the product safe for everyone with its increased germ-killing efficacy after the third consecutive use based on results from the University of California Fresno’s Research and Development Laboratories. As part of a next-generation in hand sanitizers, safeHands® Classic Line and safeHands® Squirts, with its non-drying, rich, foamy formula, are gentle and moisturizing for even the most serious germaphobe.

About Albertsons
Established in 2006, AB Acquisition LLC (“Albertsons”), which operates ACME, Albertsons, Jewel-Osco, Lucky, Shaws, Star Market and Super Saver, and stores under the United Family of stores, Amigos, Market Street and United Supermarkets, is working to become the favorite food and drug retailer in every market it serves. The company is privately owned by Cerberus Capital Management, Kimco Realty Corporation, Klaff Realty, Lubert-Adler Partners, and Schottenstein Stores Corporation, and operates 1,075 stores and 14 distribution centers in 29 states and employs approximately 115,000 associates. For more information, please visit


***Please note: When we mention hand sanitizers, alcohol based hand sanitizer or any hand sanitizer we are not referring to any specific brand as noted by SPI Ohio CV 2012053107

PTA Conference Photos

This past weekend, safeHands team members and CEO Dr. J were on hand at the 2014 National PTA convention in Austin, Texas. We enjoyed talking to each and everyone of you that took the time to stop by our booth.  Here are some photos from our team.



You can also view other social media photos from the PTA Conference by going here:

PTA#14 Convention In Austin Texas Photos

Dr J keeps going non-stop.  Him and his team are in Austin at the PTA National Convention mesmerizing and sanitizing members and convention goers.  Here are some photos. Keep checking back. We’ll keep adding more photos here during the conference.

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Minnesota Becomes First State To Ban Triclosan

An article by Healthy Living  has a great story  about Minnesota banning antibacterial products containing Triclosan.  safeHands does not contain triclosan.

The FDA is currently reviewing triclosan after some studies may suggest it can cause hormone disruption when absorbed in the skin.

Here is an excerpt from the article:
What types of antibacterial products are OK to use?

Even without triclosan, there are still plenty of other antibacterial products to choose from. The simplest may also be the oldest: alcohol. Alcohol kills bacteria quickly and effectively, as do peroxides and chlorine compounds. If you’re donating blood, it’s an alcohol swab that will clean your skin before the needle goes in, Phillips said.

Many companies, including Proctor & Gamble and Johnson & Johnson, are redesigning their products in response to the FDA’s query into triclosan, Cozean said. Cozean’s company, Innovative BioDefense, produces Zylast, an antimicrobial product that uses benzalkonium chloride as its active ingredient, and contains no triclosan. While alcohol, peroxides and chlorines all work rapidly and then disappear, benzalkonium chloride is a residue-producing antibacterial, meaning it can remain and work for hours after application. If you have questions about a specific antibacterial, talk to your health care provider.


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