Hand Cleanser Spray

DIY Hand cleanser using alcohol and essential oils

Hand Cleanser Spray

Our DIY Hand Cleanser Spray will keep you reassured when you can’t access soap and water to wash your hands.  We all know that washing your hands is ideal, however, sometimes that just isn’t an option. For extra reassurance, it’s good to know you can turn to a DIY Hand Cleanser that has only the ingredients you need – not the added perfumes and other nasties often found in store bought, commercial cleansers.

DIY Hand cleanser using alcohol and essential oils

Hand Cleanser Spray

This doTERRA On Guard hand cleanser spray is an easy and convenient way to clean your hands. Keep a bottle in your handbag/manbag and one in the car.  For the parents, it's also a great one to keep at the change table and in the nappy bag.
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Keyword: Environmentally Friendly, Low-Tox, Chemical Free, Cleaner, Cleanser, Bathroom
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 100 mls

Equipment

Ingredients

Essential Oils

  • 20 drops doTERRA's On Guard blend

Instructions

  • Combine aloe vera gel, Isopropyl Alcohol and doTERRA On Guard essential oil
  • Stir with a spoon to combine ingredients
  • Pour into bottle/s

Usage

  • Spray on hands making sure you cover all parts including palms, fingers and finger tips
  • Rub hands vigorously together for at least 30-60 seconds and allow to air dry before touching anything

Notes

Isopropyl Alcohol is NOT a low tox ingredient. Please ensure you are wearing appropriate PPE when handling this ingredient, including gloves.
This recipe is to make 100ml.  You can always make the full recipe, then decant into smaller bottles like our:
*Alcohol content must be 70% or greater

This Hand Cleanser Spray recipe contains the following ingredients

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