Natural Plant-Based Hand Sanitizer (UA20-229)

University of Arizona researchers have developed a combination of plant-derived extracts formulated to mitigate bacterial and viral pathogens. This combination can to be used as a natural hand sanitizer. Background: Microorganisms like bacteria and viruses are found on every surfaces. Hand sanitizer is a quick and convenient way to kill the bacteria and viruses encountered in day-to-day life. Every year, about 37 million Americans get sick with foodborne illnesses. Having a convenient way to mitigate viral illnesses has never been more important than it is now during the COVID-19 pandemic. While most hand sanitizer is chemically-based, this natural plant-based hand sanitizer is safe, effective and gentle with the ability to provide pleasant fragrance while killing harmful germs. Learn more at Anne Spieth 520-626-1577

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