Organic Children Hand Sanitiser

100 ml
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Stock Code: GRP0966
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Green People Organic Children Hand Sanitiser is an alcohol free hand sanitizer which is non-toxic and safe for babies. A hugely powerful antiseptic and antibacterial natural hand sanitizer, 91% organic and great for the whole family - even those with the most sensitive skin.

What does it do?:
A naturally antibacterial hand sanitiser to keep your family’s hands fresh and clean for sticky fingers, faces, toys and high chairs, with no need to rinse.

The science:
Some of the high performing plants that go into this product.

  • Aloe Vera – noted for its soothing, healing and moisturising properties
  • Mandarin – increases circulation to the skin and promotes cell regeneration
  • Orange – soothes dry and irritated skin
  • Tea Tree – strong antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. An excellent cleanser and deodoriser

The Summary:

  • Alcohol-free, with naturally antibacterial Tea Tree
  • No mess foaming hand sanitizer
  • Gentle for sensitive skin and no need to rinse
  • No need for water - perfect for days out
  • Leaves sticky fingers, faces, toys and high chairs fresh and clean
  • Great to sanitise hands after nappy changes
  • A great ‘eco buy’ for families with up to 200 pumps per bottle
  • 91% certified organic ingredients
  • No harsh chemical ingredients

Free from Parabens, Lanolin, phthalates, artificial perfumes, petrochemicals and colourants. Suitable for children and babies. Suitable for those who may be prone to eczema and psoriasis. Not tested on animals.

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