Aloe Vera Hand Soap and Sanitizer
Every day when you leave the house you come into contact with bacteria, germs and viruses. In public transport, you and thousands of others hold onto one and the same handrail. In the supermarket, touch the handle of the shopping cart or shopping basket. Even playgrounds where small and sensitive children play are full of bacteria, viruses and germs. When we touch them on our hands, nothing happens at first. It only becomes tricky when the potential pathogens reach our mucous membranes.
FAQ / Frequently Asked Questions
Very easily. We touch our face almost 16 times an hour, that's more than 370 times a day. Now think about this: If you reach into your face so often, whether it's to brush a hair out of your face or rub your eyes because you're tired, everything on your hands will open up transfer her face. With the many bacteria, viruses and germs, this is hardly a problem for a healthy body with an intact immune system, since our body is quite resilient and can destroy many potential pathogens.
Unfortunately, the body cannot fight off all viruses, bacteria and germs. Even for a healthy body, some pathogens are just too strong or too much. This often leads to a cold, flu or something similar. In order to prevent unpleasant illnesses and to avoid them as much as possible, you have to go to the source. Since it's not really possible to clean the whole world, we have to take care to keep our hands as clean as humanly possible. Because if our hands transport significantly fewer pathogens to our face and thus to our mucous membranes, the risk of us becoming ill from them is significantly lower.
Regular hand washing with hand soap can rid hands of most bacteria, viruses and germs. But please follow the NaturLex tip that you dry your hands properly after washing your hands and not just dab them lightly so that no moist areas of skin remain. Your hands are a warm place. If this warm place also remains damp over a longer period of time, this promotes the formation and especially the proliferation of said pathogens. Improperly drying your hands after washing your hands could therefore have a counterproductive effect.
No, washing your hands with water alone is not enough, as this only removes coarse dirt, but unfortunately not the possible pathogens. In order to clean your hands thoroughly, you should definitely use a hand soap with every wash. The Forever Aloe Vera Hand Soap not only rids the skin of bacteria, germs and viruses, but it has many more benefits. One advantage is that the Aloe Hand Soap does not dry out the skin, thanks to the aloe vera, but on the contrary moisturizes it and is also mild on the skin. Therefore, people with any skin type, including sensitive skin, can use this aloe vera soap. But the Forever Aloe Vera Hand Soap can do more than just wash hands. Alternatively, the aloe vera soap can also be used as a make-up remover or for shaving the face or the entire body, such as the legs. This soap even finds its place in the kitchen, because with ingredients such as lemon oil combined with natural chamomile, the soap can even significantly reduce or even completely eliminate kitchen odors.
However, most people are not at home all day and do not always have the opportunity to wash their hands regularly with soap at work. So how do you keep your hands clean when you're out and about? NaturLex can help you here. On the go you can simply use the Forever Hand Sanitizer with Aloe Vera to clean your hands regularly. When you're out, whenever you want or feel the need, put a hazelnut-sized amount in the palm of your hand and spread thoroughly, just like traditional hand creams. For your own protection, you should only use the hand disinfectant externally, as it could otherwise cause irritation. With the handy size of just under 60 milliliters, the Aloe Vera Hand Sanitizer fits in almost every woman's handbag and certainly also in most men's trouser pockets. Thanks to the aloe vera, the Forever disinfectant for the hands does not dry them out, but even cares for the hands when cleaning them.
Your NaturLex Team