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Yes our product complies with European BS EN1276 & BS EN 1500 standards. BS EN 1276 is the European standard for the bactericidal activity of disinfectants as proof of effective infection control against harmful microorganisms. BS EN 1500 is the European standard test method that evaluates the efficacy of a hygienic hand sanitiser by measuring the number of visible bacteria remaining on the fingertips after contamination and hand sanitiser exposure.
Apply a large pea size of sanitiser onto the palm of your hand. Rub your palms with fingers. Rub the back of each hand with your palm. Rub your palms together. Rub your palms with your knuckles/nails. Rub your thumbs together. Rub your wrists with fingers. This process should last at least 30 seconds. The sanitiser will then dry itself, leaving a fresh feeling and clean sanitised hands.
It has been advised that you should wash your hands at least every hour, and use sanitisers after your hands come in contact with surfaces frequently which would have also been touched by other people.

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Hand Sanitisers Are Practical And Effective

Hand sanitisers also called hand antiseptic, handrub, or hand rub are agents applied to the hands for the purpose of removing common pathogens (disease-causing organisms).

Hand sanitisers typically come in foam, gel, or liquid form. Their use is recommended when soap and water are not available for hand washing or when repeated hand washing compromises the natural skin barrier (e.g., causing scaling or fissures to develop in the skin). Hand sanitisers however are not a substitute for soap and water.