benefits of our alcohol-free products
Our specialized formula contains ZERO alcohol. Alcohol-free hand sanitizers are accepted by the CDC as an alternative to alcohol hand sanitizers, are effective at killing germs and can be a safer alternative to alcohol-based formulations in a number of ways. Check out just a few of the benefits of using Hygiene Clean™ Alcohol-free, foaming, hand sanitizers.
safe for the whole family
Hygiene Clean™ is formulated to be gentle on skin, even on the smallest hands. Use Hygiene Clean™ on the hands you care about the most.
kills 99% of common germs
Our foaming, hand sanitizers are effective at killing 99.9% of common germs for up to 4 hours* and contain zero alcohol. (Unlike leading alcohol-based hand sanitizers, which are only effective for up to 2 minutes*)
hello, soft & supple hands
Hygiene Clean™ Foaming Hand Sanitizer is aloe-infused, naturally derived glycerin and coconut oil to leave skin soft and supple. Our products contain ZERO alcohol....say Good-bye to dry hands!
Fitting in most cupholders, it’s perfect for your car. It contains ZERO alcohol. Non-flammable and Car Safe 24F to 212F. Won't stain upholstery, interior or leather.
proudly made in usa
Our trusted products care for the hands that care for our communities, going above and beyond for our customers - because we believe in care that goes beyond clean.
Foaming, for better coverage
When applied most people tend to spread it more consistently for better sanitizing coverage. Foam products don’t require as much product to be dispensed, as compared to gels.
Non-Alcohol hand sanitizers are accepted by the CDC as an alternative to alcohol hand sanitizers, are effective at killing germs, and can be a safer alternative to alcohol-based formulations in a number of ways:
When frequent hand sanitizing is required, repeated use of an alcohol-based hand sanitizer can be very drying to the skin which can cause cracks and skin irritation.² Hygiene Clean™ Hand Sanitizer leaves hands soft and supple.
Do you know the dangers of using a Alcohol Based hand sanitizer?
Alcohol hand sanitizers are flammable and should be stored away from heat or flame. These sanitizers should be rubbed into the hands until they feel completely dry before continuing activities that may involve heat, sparks, static electricity, or open flames.² (Unlike Hygiene Clean™ Alcohol-FREE Hand Sanitizer, which is non-flammable.)
Ingestion of alcohol-based hand sanitizer is dangerous, particularly in children. Every year, there are thousands of calls to Poison Control for unintentional ingestion of Alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Drinking only a small amount of hand sanitizer can cause alcohol poisoning in children whereas alcohol-free sanitizer is relatively nontoxic.²
Alcohol-based sanitizers may stain counter tops and floors by stripping the sealant off of hard surfaces. There is also potential to stain clothing.
Slide arrows to see before & after pictures (see Mother's testimony below)
“I’ll just get right down to it. Our family was introduced to a new product about a month ago & we ALL love it.
Back up story- Ayla came home from school end of January with really red, dry hands. She said the hand sanitizer smelled like Mommy’s bar cart (joking) but she did say it burned her hands every time she applied it at school. I knew something had to be done, and randomly a family friend messaged me about Hygiene Clean ALCOHOL-FREE hand sanitizer that evening. How crazy is that?! We’ve all switched to Hygiene Clean sanitizer and we’ve all found our favorite scent too. It’s made our hands softer & safer and we truly just love the product.”Karlie S.Check out her Before & After Pictures in comparison slider
1. Demonstrating the persistent antibacterial efficacy of a hand sanitizer containing benzalkonium chloride on human skin at 1, 2, and 4 hours after application. American Journal of Infection Control. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0196655319300082. Accessed November 19, 2020.
2. Q&A for Consumers: Hand Sanitizers and COVID-19. U.S. Food & Drug Administration. https://www.fda.gov/drugs/information-drug-class/qa-consumers-hand-sanitizers-and-covid-19. Accessed November 19, 2020.