Tuesday, July 1, 2014

SafeHands Alcohol-Free Hand Sanitizer Line for Children & Adults Review

Product Description
After years of in-depth scientific research and clinical testing, Dr. Jay Reubens, the inventor of the first touch-free dispenser, created safeHands®—the world’s first doctor-invented alcohol-free line of hand sanitizers. Both the safeHands® Squirts and safeHands® Classic Line, their respective adult and children line, were created in an effort to create a hand sanitizer that is non-toxic, soothing and works with the skin’s natural oils to increase in germ killing with each consecutive use.safeHands ditched the culprit behind traditional hand sanitizer’s undesirable side effects – alcohol – and replaced it entirely with Benzalkonium Chloride (BAC), the same ingredient in mouthwash and eye drops, to create a hand sanitizer that is tough on germs and safe for skin.

This product is the perfect travel accessory, a safe backpack companion for kids and a great way to remain preventative of the cold & flu during the summer and back-to-school.months.

Aside from their website, safeHands recently debuted on Walgreens and Safeway shelves nationwide this year and can also be found at Navarro Pharmacies in Miami,FL.

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I recently received some of this product to test out. I got a whole sample set of 6 of the SafeHands sanitizer. In the 1.75 oz bottles. 

I love the foaming kind of hand sanitizers and I love using it too. Especially if you are on the go somewhere and don't have access to regular soap and water - these are great! You could stick them in your purse, your car, in your camping gear.

These are also great for your kids back to school supplies. They can stick them in their backpacks, lunch boxes or bring them in to give to the teacher for the classroom. 

These also come in a variety of scents. Like clean linen. And some scents kids will like too - such as bubble gum, or tootie fruity! My daughter wanted the bubble gum one :)

Visit these links for the co. safeHands:

Website: can purchase online or use the store locator to find in store near you. It shows the have some in Walgreens around where I live!



I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. Sounds perfect. I don't like the idea of my two-year-old with most of today's hand sanitizers on his hands.

  2. That sounds like a great line of products.

  3. That looks great. I am always scared of kids putting things in their mouth.