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. 


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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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: http://www.tampabay.com/features/humaninterest/the-state-youre-in-mrsa-bacteria-adds-to-dirty-money/1257354


Thank You Letter From Teacher

If there is any profession that deals with germs and sickness on a daily basis (besides individuals who work in the medical field) it is teachers. We sent some of our Bubble Gum scented alcohol free hand sanitizer to the PTA for their Teacher Appreciation Week.

Dear safeHands ,

“I want to take this time to thank you for your generous donation of Alcohol Free Squirt hand sanitizer for our Teacher Appreciation Week.. Our theme this year was Super Hero Week. The teachers loved receiving a bottle of Bubblegum Squirts in their mailboxes. We were really surprised at the pleasant smell and non-stickiness of your product too!”

Thank you,
PTA Staff

Summer is Here: Hand Sanitizer and Traveling

Summer is upon us, the kids will be out of school, and it’s time for traveling. Also as you travel to different destinations, you’ll not only encounter the locals but their local germs. If you find yourself using an alcohol based hand sanitizer frequently, you should give alcohol free safeHands®  sanitizer a try.


Is safeHands® hand sanitizer safe to take on planes? Does the TSA allow safeHands® alcohol free hand sanitizer in your carry-on?

Yes. According to the TSA website, each traveler can carry up to a 3.4 ounce (100ml) bottle or less (by volume) (Source: http://www.tsa.gov/traveler-information/3-1-1-carry-ons )

However when it comes to traditional hand santizer, it may fall under the category of prohibited items according to the TSA Website.

Hazardous Material (HAZMAT): A substance or material that has been determined by the
Secretary of Transportation to be capable of posing an unreasonable risk to health, safety, or
property when transported in commerce as designated by DOT regulations and 49 C.F.R. 171.8.
For liquids and gels, it includes household and personal hygiene items with a high alcohol
content (>40 proof or 20% alcohol), such as perfume, after shave, hand sanitizer, mouthwash,

(Source: http://www.tsa.gov/video/pdfs/mds/TSA_MD_200_52_FINAL_080410.pdf )

If the liquid is considered a hazardous material that is permitted onboard an aircraft, it is still subject to the 3-1-1 limitations. Many questions arise on whether an item is hazardous material and what requirements must be met to take it on an aircraft. The Pipeline Hazardous Material Safety Administration (PHMSA) at 1-800-467-4922 or the aircraft operator on which you are flying can assist you with your questions concerning hazardous material.

(Source: http://www.tsa.gov/traveler-information/prohibited-items )

Travel with safeHands® is safe, effective and non-irritating. Kills 99.99%  Schools and nurses love us because we are non-toxic, non-flammable, and triclosan-free.

So if you want to be safe from germs,  and safe with the TSA enjoy your travels with  Alcohol Free safeHands® hand sanitizer.




Hand Sanitizer on The Shelves of Albertsons

The alcohol free hand sanitizer revolution is spreading across the United States in retail stores all over the country.  You can find safeHands hand sanitizer at your local Albertsons.



Unscented Hand Sanitizers – They Don’t Even Smell Like Alcohol.

Not only are some people sensitive to foreign alcohol-based hand sanitizers but some people have issues with overbearing smells.  safeHands® keeps your hands soft and germ free with our unscented hand sanitizer.

Don’t get us wrong…. We do have sanitizers that are scented, but not overbearing.

-It all starts with safeHands®!





Study: 2014 Alcohol Sanitizer Not Reducing Absenteeism

Putting alcohol-based hand sanitizers in classrooms in the hopes of reducing school absences due to illness may not be worth the expense in high-income countries where clean water for washing hands is readily available, a study says.  (http://www.livingstondaily.com/story/life/2014/08/25/study-hand-sanitizers-not-shown-to-cut-school-absences/14592581/)


The findings, reported inPLOS Medicine, do not apply to hospitals and health care facilities or in controlling the spread of gastrointestinal illness where hand sanitizers remain a vital component of infection control, says lead study author Patricia Priest of New Zealand’s University of Otago, in Dunedin, in an e-mail.

The study looked at 2,443 students, ages 5 to 11, in 68 schools in New Zealand. They each received a 30-minute in-class hand hygiene education lesson that reinforced knowledge about “germs causing sickness, and the need to wash hands well with soap and water after using the toilet, before eating, after touching pets, etc.

Lets go back to 2001 where  a double-blind, placebo-controlled study was to assess whether an alcohol-free, instant hand sanitizer containing surfactants, allantoin, and benzalkonium chloride could reduce illness absenteeism in a population of 769 elementary school children and serve as an effective alternative when regular soap and water hand washing was not readily available.

****After 5 weeks, students using the active product were 33% less likely to have been absent because of illness when compared with the placebo group. (Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11885342 )




*Please note: We do not mention any brand names. There is no category defining alcohol based sanitizer brand according to law. safeHands is not associated with any of these studies. safeHands LLC is not responsible for what is picked up in the search engines and is protected under law by any 3rd party comments on our site or social networks.

Institutional Alcohol Free Hand Sanitizers

More and more schools and hospitals are going alcohol free for all kinds of  reasons.  The main ingredient in Alcohol Free safeHands Hand Sanitizer Foams is benzalkonium chloride which is just as effective in killing germs as the national leading brands of hand santizers.

The main ingredient in safeHands alcohol free hand sanitizer has been used in antiseptic sprays like Bactine*, eye drops and even mouth washes for years.

safeHands offers our products to distributors who sell to the healthcare industry, hospitals, schools, restaurant industry or any industry that wants or needs to go alcohol free.




* Bactine is a registered trademark of Bayer HealthCare LLC

Prevent Colds and Flu: Alcohol Free safeHands!

While hand washing using soap and water is still the best way to kill germs and prevent the spread of diseases, it is not always feasible. This fact is particularly true for people who are lovers of the outdoors or frequently on the go. Of course, hand cleansing is also advised for children.

Children are known to pick up germs everywhere. Kids are known to play outdoors, touch “dirty” stuff and put those things in

their mouth. If their parents are not very careful, these children can be at risk simply even while playing within the confines of their homes. It is therefore important that parents encourage their children to wash their hands frequently and when that is not possible (especially when kids are outside of their homes), use the best hand sanitizer.

Hand sanitizers come in different varieties. Each brand also contains varied alcohol content. Of course, there are also non-alcohol based hand sanitizers and there are alcohol free foam hand sanitizers.

Alcohol Free safeHands hand sanitizers are ideal for environments where a non-alcohol hand sanitizer is required. Safe, effective and non-irritating. Kills 99.99% of most common germs that may cause illness.


Keep your kids germ free this cold and flu season.

What does the CDC say about alcohol free hand sanitizers?


Source: http://m.cdc.gov/en/HealthSafetyTopics/DiseasesConditions/SeasonalFlu/forEveryone/otherWays