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How to Make Your Own Hand Sanitizer

If you are anything like me (and the rest of the world right now) you are probably a bit worried about this Coronavirus epidemic.

While it sounds like it isn’t any more scary than the flu, it doesn’t do any harm to be prepared for the worst and stock up on essential supplies.

One of the biggest things we keep hearing over and over again is to WASH YOUR HANDS.

Well, that is great and all but what IF you need your hands to be clean and don’t have access to a sink?

That’s where Hand Sanitizer comes into play.

The problem is, if you haven’t been the store lately, you might be unaware on how shelves are bare and supplies such as Hand Sanitizer is completely SOLD OUT.

Don’t panic – just learn How to Make Your Own Hand Sanitizer…

Here is what you’ll need:

Instructions:

Just mix all the ingredients in the bowl and then apply to hands and allow to air dry.

The total cost is around $6-$21 for a large batch which is perfect for keeping on hand (literally) especially when Hand Sanitizer is sold out or selling out quickly.

Homemade Hand Sanitizer

Homemade Hand Sanitizer

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $20

How to make your own own Hand Sanitizer at home

Materials

  • 2/3 Cup 99% isopropyl alcohol
  • 1/3 Cup Aloe Vera Gel or Vegetable Glycerin
  • 5-10 Drops Essential Oils (optional but gives a better smell)
  • Clean bowl
  • Container to store it

Instructions

  1. Just mix all the ingredients in the bowl and then apply to hands and allow to air dry.

Notes

The total cost is around $6-$21 for a large batch which is perfect for keeping on hand (literally) especially when Hand Sanitizer is sold out or selling out quickly.

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