Hand sanitizers are great for when you’re traveling, eating on-the-go, using port-a-loos, you name it. I’ve come across an amazingly luxurious, vegan, eco-friendly hand sanitizer that kills 99.9% of all germs, smells amazing and fits in your pocket.
Frais Hand Sanitizer contains an alcohol concentration of 66% pure sugarcane and it has a natural blend of essential oils that help moisturize your skin so it stays soft and smooth. Frais’ sugarcane alcohol uses up to 10% less energy than typical corn alcohol so it’s more environmental. And hey, I’m a fan of anything made from sugar. 😉
For a hand sanitizer, it smells absolutely remarkable. It has essential oils of ginger, tangerine, lemon myrtle, niaouli, orange, basil, grapefruit and cardamom. Compare those to ingredients in conventional supermarket hand sanitizers (isopropyl alcohol, carbomer, tocopheryl acetate, etc.) – yuck, no thank you. I’ll take Frais, please!
Each purchase of Frais Hand Sanitizer supports Just A Drop, an international charity that provides clean water for the developing world. I love promoting companies that give back. It’s a win-win for consumers. You’re helping other people while helping yourself.
Frais comes in various sizes for all of your everyday needs:
Frais Pocket ($3.50): portable, pocket-sized (0.2 fl.oz.), great for your purse or glove compartment
Frais Everyday ($7): mid-sized (1.7 fl. oz), give one to a friend and keep one for yourself
Frais Gift ($33): 14 mini units, great for business people and travelers
Frais Spa ($29): a gigantor sized bottle, great for the home, office or gym
Frais Travel ($112): great for companies who want to share this gem of a product with their customers (i.e. at spas, bars, salons, etc.)
For more info: Frais
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