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These 5 Hand Sanitizers Are Still in Stock AND Won’t Dry Out Your Skin

by Caroline Harris

These 5 Hand Sanitizers Are Still in Stock AND Won’t Dry Out Your Skin

Image Credits: Maude

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Frequent hand washing is one of your best defenses against COVID-19, but all that scrubbing can lead to dry, irritated skin. When you don’t have access to a sink, hand sanitizer steps in as a replacement, but these gels can also be very drying, furthering your skin woes. That’s why moisturizing hand sanitizer is your new best friend for disinfecting and soothing your hands in a single step.

 

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We compiled a list of the best hand sanitizers that are infused with nourishing ingredients like aloe water, eucalyptus, tea tree oil, and grapefruit for making your hands happy while also keeping you safe during the current coronavirus pandemic. Each hand sanitizer contains at least 60 percent alcohol, per the CDC’s guidelines, and you should use these hand sanitizers when soap and water are not within reach. The CDC even created a list of crucial times to wash your hands or apply hand sanitizer, and a few examples include before mealtimes, after using the bathroom, and after touching animals (yes, that includes your pets).

 

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Hand sanitizer, along with toilet paper and cleaning wipes, has been flying off the shelves during the coronavirus pandemic, but several retailers still have the popular item in stock (for now). Below, find the best hand sanitizers with moisturizing benefits so you can  stay healthy without irritating your skin.

 

1 of 5 Image Credits: Revolve

TONYMOLY Aloe Chok Chok Hand Sanitizer

Price:$3.00

Known for its cute clothing with affordable prices, Revolve has now pivoted over to selling hand sanitizer, like from beloved K-beauty brand TONYMOLY. This hand sanitizer contains 62 percent alcohol along with witch hazel and aloe water for moisturizing benefits. Plus, it’s only $3, so talk about a win-win.

2 of 5 Image Credits: Maude

Maude Clean no. 0 Hydrating and Rinse-Free Sanitizing Spray

Price:$10.00

Sanitizing sprays are so convenient for cleaning your hands without leaving behind any sticky residue or excess product. This rinse-free spray features coconut oil, which boosts skin hydration while reducing inflammation and redness. Fragrance-free with 70 percent alcohol, this formula absorbs quickly and works best with two to three sprays.

3 of 5 Image Credits: Verishop

Erbaviva Lavender & Eucalyptus Hand Sanitizer

Price:$9.00

This hand sanitizer provides over 400 sprays per bottle, which is perfect in the age of coronavirus the CDC recommending cleaning your hands after touching shopping carts, cash registers, and gas pumps. Because your hand sanitizer gets so much use, make it a good one with a calming scent and healing formula, like Erbaviva’s . Infused with lavender and eucalyptus and containing 80 percent alcohol, this hand sanitizer is easy to apply for frequent use.

4 of 5 Image Credits: 100% Pure

100% Pure Hand Sanitizer Spray

Price:$5.00

Get soft skin while blasting away germs with this plant-based sanitizer with 62 percent ethyl alcohol. The spray formula also has tea tree oil and aloe vera—natural ingredients that work well for repeated use because they’re so gentle. For maximum protection, make sure to rub this sanitizer all over the backs of your hands, fingers, and palms.

5 of 5 Image Credits: By Humankind

By Humankind Hand Sanitizer

Price:$20.00

This hand sanitizer is the most pricey option on our list because it comes in bulk asa large container to fill four travel-size bottles. You can choose from grapefruit (which is infused with grapefruit essential oils for a citrus smell) or unscented, and you can opt into a subscription service for ongoing pack refills . These sanitizing formulas include anti-aging ingredient hyaluronic acid for hydrated hands and 65 percent alcohol, surpassing the CDC’s recommended 60 percent. This is also a feel-good purchase, with a portion of the proceeds going to The Robin Hood Relief Fund for COVID-19 relief in the New York City area.