What is a Hand Sanitizer NDC code and why should I care?

Kimberly Hartzel
Hand Sanitizers are drugs and safe use of them should not be treated lightly. There have been many recalls of hand sanitizer and reports of ingestion of hand sanitizer with methanol that have led to methanol poisoning. Substantial methanol exposure can result in nausea, vomiting, headache, blurred vision, permanent blindness, seizures, coma, permanent damage to the nervous system or death.

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Why 80% alcohol is much better than the 60% alcohol in most hand sanitizer

Kimberly Hartzel
As an informed consumer you should spend as much time looking at your hand sanitizer ingredient list as you do at the grocery store checking in on how much sugar your cereal contains. Because unfortunately, as with most products - not all hand sanitizers are made the same. Before you purchase your hand sanitizer, look at the ingredient list to see what active ingredients your hand sanitizer contains. The active ingredient in alcohol-based hand sanitizers will either be ethanol or isopropanol.

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Why Fusion Hand Sanitizer

Kimberly Hartzel
Our products follow strict WHO (World Health Organization) guidelines and are 80%+ Ethanol alcohol based. (Most products on the market are between 60-70% alcohol and are mainly inferior against most viruses) Our hand sanitizers come in two different forms, a liquid which can be used as a spray (which makes cleaning surfaces or applying on hands easy), along with the traditional gel form. Both products are available in both unscented and scented (almond oil) versions.

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