Insist on IPA alcohol in your hand sanitiser ours is created in a FEMAS factory

Insist on IPA alcohol in your hand sanitiser ours is created in a FEMAS factory

WHO specification is to use IPA alcohol, ethanol and denatured alcohol on labels of hand sanitisers do not meet the standard.

IPA alcohol, used in our hand sanitiser,  is the only alcohol specified to manufacturers by the World Health Organisation. The NHS insists on it and so do we, as it was our medical customers who requested we found a reliable UK source. Cheaper high street alternatives are available, but they carry VAT during this pandemic as they use Ethanol alcohol, cheaper inferior alcohol, which is a by product of the drinks industry, which is mixed with a chemical called Britrex to discourage ingestion. This chemical can also gain access to your body through your skin, if used regularly.

Our ingredients in every product that we create and supply are of the highest quality. Our business partners in the UK for the manufacturing of our hand sanitiser is FEMAS approved. We have the sole supplier for end-users in the UK and are proud to deliver such a wonderful consistent supply to our existing customers as well as new.

 

 

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