WHAT’S GOOD ABOUT C. MICHAEL HAND SANITIZER
With the current alarming pandemic that’s happening globally, there are lots of preventive measures and precautions taken to ensure everyone’s safety and wellbeing. As one of the precautionary steps is to take care of you’re hygiene, especially hand hygiene. Studies have found that people touch their face an average of 23 times an hour. Health experts advise all of us to stop touching our faces to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. It’s a lot harder than it sounds. Forty-four percent of those touch points are to the mouth, nose and eyes, which are known to be gateways to infection.
Hand hygiene is one of the most important hygiene practices. Hand Hygiene is a general term that applies to either handwashing, antiseptic handwash, antiseptic hand rub, or surgical hand antiseptic. It’s important to make sure that your hands are clean to prevent germs from spreading. Touching your face can significantly increase the risk of infection with flu or cold viruses and the new coronavirus.
Washing hands with soap and water are recommended for visibly soiled hands and is the best way to get rid of germs in most situations. If soap and water are not readily available, you can use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. These sanitizers are the most efficacious agents for reducing the number of bacteria and viruses on hands and are recommended for routine decontamination of hands for all clinical indications (except when hands are visibly soiled). In our daily life we are constantly touching surfaces such as table, chairs, doorknobs, and handrail of staircase and escalators, lift floor buttons, and the list goes on.
C. Michael Hand Sanitizer is formulated with 70% ethanol that effectively kills 99.99% without drying hands out or leaving it feeling sticky. As far safety is concern, the ethanol used in our formulation is classified as food-grade, making it safe and suitable for children. Enriched with Aloe Vera and Vitamin E for softer hands. This rinse-free, non-sticky formula instantly refreshes hands, leaving them hygienically clean. Suitable for sensitive skin and gentle enough for daily use.
C. Michael Hand Sanitizer is manufactured in a GMP factory and certified by the medical authorities and Malaysian Ministry of Health (Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia, KKM), which is proven that it’s a genuine quality product that is recommended and safe to use.
You should always carry a hand sanitizer when on-the-go, because you never known when you might need it. C. Michael Hand Sanitizer comes in a convenient hand carry or pocket size. Choose either a water based hand sanitizer in the form of a spray or a gel base type which ever you prefer for your travels, we’ve got you covered.
LESS RISK FOR DISEASE
Chemically speaking, hand sanitizer that works best in killing germs is the alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Alcohols are organic molecules made of carbon, oxygen and hydrogen. According to research, alcohol is able to destroy and eliminate disease-causing agents or in medical terms being known as pathogens. The effectiveness in diminishing the pathogens increases and works best when the percentage of alcohol concentration increases. All C. Michael Hand Sanitizer is formulated with 70% ethanol or isopropyl alcohol (types of alcohol).
PREVENTS DRYNESS & SUITABLE FOR SENSITIVE SKIN
It’s known that alcohol can cause dryness to the skin, therefore C. Michael Hand Sanitizer also contains moisturizer to minimize skin dryness and irritation. Active ingredients include Vitamin E and Aloe Vera helps to prevent skin dryness thus making it suitable for sensitive skin.
HAND SANITIZER HACKS:
- Putting a drop of hand sanitizer on the phone screen and rubbing it with soft cloth, will make your phone’s screen shinier and free of germs.
- It can be used to erase permanent marker’s stain on whiteboards, clothing, and walls to prevent it from staining.
- Hand sanitizer can also be used to clean mirrors and windows.
- Helps to make the glasses and sunglasses shinier.
- Reduces itchiness after a mosquito bite.
- Helps makeup brushes dry easily when you mix it with a pinch of hand sanitizer.
TIPS ON HOW TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19
- FREQUENTLY WASH HANDS
Clean your hands often. Use soap and water. Remember to lather the backs of your hands, between your fingers, and under your nails. Scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds.
- USE HAND SANITIZER
If you are travelling or going out of the house remember to frequently clean your hands by using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. But a hand sanitizer needs to be at least 60% alcohol in order to kill most viruses.
- WEAR MASK
Avoid going to crowded places. But if you must go out or when in public areas, please use a mask. If you wear a mask you will still need to practice social distancing. But if you are unwell or experiencing flu-like symptoms such as fever, running nose or cough you should wear a mask when going out of home.
- SOCIAL DISTANCING
Maintain at least 1-meter (3 feet) distance between yourself and others. Why? When someone coughs, sneezes, or speaks they spray small liquid droplets from their nose or mouth, which may contain virus. If you are too close, you can breathe in the droplets, including the Covid-19 virus if the person has the disease.
- AVOID HANDSHAKE
The public should perform the Malaysian hand-over-heart gesture (Salam Malaysia) instead of shaking hands when greeting each other to prevent the spread Covid-19 virus.
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