Simple-Safe Ingredients Found in your Grandmother’s Medicine Cabinet


SafeHands active ingredient, Benzalkonium Chloride (topical antiseptic), is listed and recommended in the FDA TFM guidelines and is an active ingredient that has been used in eye drops, nose sprays and mouth washes for 60 years. SafeHands is gentle, but tough on germs. Its unique formulae serves as an antiseptic germicide – that destroys viruses alcohol-based hand sanitizers cannot. In fact, according to Microbiologist Jason Tetro at the University of Ottawa, alcohol-free hand sanitizers have been proven to last up to 8 hours, which is much longer than alcohol-based hand sanitizers, which evaporate after 10-20 seconds. In addition, we have proven through clinical studies that alcohol-free hand sanitizers, like safeHands are healthier for your skin than alcohol-based hand sanitizers. For instance, in a study performed at California State University, Fresno where 20 volunteers were administered our hand sanitizer several times over several hours, only one volunteer reported mild skin irritation on their hands. Also gel-based hand sanitizers are not as effective at preventing and removing germs, since they have been proven to increase the dirt on your skin after repeated use, due to removal of protective natural skin oils and entrapment of dead skin cells by the polymer thickeners used in gel-based hand sanitizers.

Besides being healthier for your skin and removing germs that alcohol-based hand sanitizers cannot, safeHands is much safer to have around young children, since it is non-toxic and non-flammable, unlike alcohol-based hand sanitizers, which can cause poisoning and flash fires.

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Germs Don’t Have to Be Scarrrrry with safeHands


With October marking the start of flu and cold season, there are a lot of germs being spread around at school, home, and other public places, such as parks, restaurants, and the local shopping mall. However, germs don’t have to be scary! for kids! In fact there are many simple preventative measures you can take to help prevent your kids from coming down with the cold or flu. Here are our top three ways to prevent colds and the flu.

1. Make sure that you get your kids flu shots as early as possible from your local doctor or pharmacist, since it takes up to two weeks for flu shots to take effect.

2. Always wash your kid’s hands or remind them to wash them thoroughly with soap and water before and after meals, and following going to the washroom. Also try and get your kids to wash their hands after they have sneezed.

3. If your kids tend to play a lot of outdoor sports, such as soccer, baseball, or football, make sure that they always wash their hands after playing a game or having a practice. If there are no nearby washrooms or portapotty’s you can always use safeHands Alcohol Free hand sanitizer, which kills 99.99% of germs, while moisturizing their skin.

To learn more about our latest non-toxic, alcohol free hand sanitizers, such as safeHands Squirts, visit to find a store near you, such as Walgreens or Albertson’s. If you can’t find a store that sells safeHands by you or don’t live in the U.S., you can always purchase our hand sanitizers on our website at