Back To School Hand Sanitizer: Put Us On Your List

It’s that time to prepare for back to school.

Every year thousands of teachers across the country will put hand sanitizer on their school supply lists.  This year make the switch and try our alcohol free safeHands sanitizer with the power to destroy 99.99% of germs that cause illness.

safeHands® contains the active ingredient benzalkonium chloride (BAC) which has been used safely in households for over 65 years  in trusted antiseptic like *Bactine first aid spray, mouthwashes and even eye drops.

safeHands® is ideal for schools, hospitals or any where a non-alcohol, non-flammable or non-toxic hand sanitizer may be needed. Safe, effective and non-irritating,  safeHands® also comes in a fragrance-free formula for those sensitive to smells.

If you or your school need our MSDS for you can get it here.


Keep your hands hydrated, looking young and germ free this year and send us back to school.

*Bactine is regestered trademark of Bayer Pharmaceutics company

Go Go and Check Us Out On Indiegogo

safeHands has a lot going on including the development and research of a new alcohol free hand sanitizer gel.  Right now our products all use a foamer to dispense our current alcohol free hand sanitizer.

We are looking to crowd funding to fund this project and there is no better site than Indiegogo to fund this project.

Alcohol Free Hand Sanitizer

Alcohol Free Hand Sanitizer Foam

Why?  When most people think of hand sanitizer, they think of a gel delivery system in a tiny 1 oz bottle that clips to a backpack or belt loop for back to school. But with safety in mind, safeHands wants to develop and test a gel that is alcohol free, non-flammable and non-toxic.  We still want to use our main active ingredient Benzalkonium Chloride which has been used in first aid sprays like *Bactine made by Bayer HealthCare LLC.

We are asking the public to help us out with this project.  Even if you can’t help us out financially, feel free to spread the word about this project.  We appreciate any help.


At safeHands most of are marketing is done online and not through lobbying.



Thank you for being a support of our products and brand.






Our video on Indiegogo below



*safeHands has no relationship with Bactine or Bayer HealthCare LLC.  We mention this brand because it has been a trusted household name for over 65  years by a company trusted for safety. 

Need Samples of safeHands – Check This Out

Due to the overwhelming demand for safeHands® alcohol free hand sanitizer.  We are unable to provide free samples to the public until further notice.  We get close to 200 requests a day and we would love to help you.   But there is a way you can help speed up our production of these samples for the public.

Spread the word about out current Indiegogo campaign to help us so we can get samples out to you.



Safe For The Entire Family


safeHand®s is safe for the entire family to use when it comes to hand sanitizing.   Because safeHands® is non-flammable and non-toxic, we are approved by mom’s all over the country to who want to send their children to school with a hand sanitizer that is a bit less worrisome than traditional sanitizer. The active ingredient, benzalkonium chloride, has been used safely in first aid sprays, eyedrops and mouthwashes for almost 70 years.

When it’s time to go back-to-school, don’t forget to send a bottle of safeHands® to your school.

If you would like information on safeHands®, use our contact form and stay tuned for giveaways, samples and offers for your family and local school.

The reviews about safeHands are out there. Here are a few.


safeHands LLC was founded by Dr. Jay Reubens, a practicing dentist who was very sensitive to mainstream hand sanitizers. His hands would get dry and cracked after using hand sanitizers containing alcohol. After years of in-depth scientific research and clinical testing, Dr. Jay Reubens and leading scientists introduced safeHands® to the world.








Mom always said that money is dirty. It’s full of bacteria, traces of drugs, and other chemicals now an article in the Tampa Bay Times is reporting that some St Petersburg College students and their teacher have discovered that traces of MRSA can be found in money.

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Image courtesy of Wikipedia

MRSA is a staph bacteria that causes aggressive infections and is resistant to most antibiotics.

Another reason to keep Alcohol Free safeHands in your purse.

If you are a germophobe, you can stop here.

Of the more than 100 dollars collected so far, 60 percent tested positive for MRSA. About 50 percent of credit cards showed traces of MRSA.
Just 20 percent of the bills found at Pinellas County hospitals held traces of MRSA. But 80 percent of the bills found in the community tested positive.

You can read the original article here: