Multi-Hour Foaming Hand Sanitizer - Desktop

Multi-Hour Foaming Hand Sanitizer - Desktop

$5.99

DESCRIPTION


  • Gentle: The soothing, rich moisturizer keeps your hands feeling soft and smelling fresh.

  • Effective: Eliminates 99.9% of germs, bacteria and viruses.

  • Fresh: Bergamot fruit is similar to the scent of an orange, but with an additional light floral note. Bergamot is what gives Earl Grey tea its distinctive flavor, and it’s widely used in perfumes and colognes.

  • Alcohol-Free: The no-sting formula is ideal for cuts or scrapes, and won’t dry-out your hands.

  • Convenient: The easy-to-use pump dispenser is perfect for placing anywhere you need to sanitize your hands.

  • Made in the USA: SONO Healthcare is committed to supporting American workers, their families and their communities.

  • COVID-19 Notice: The CDC and FDA currently recommend the use of alcohol-based hand sanitizer for Covid-19, but recent studies have shown Benzalkonium Chloride (the active ingredient found in this product) to be just as effective.

WHERE TO USE

Increasing the frequency with which we sanitize our hands is paramount to mitigating the spread of illnesses and maintaining our health. Luckily due to the absence of alcohol and other solvents in our formula, you needn't worry about drying your hands with increased usage. In fact, many of our customers report a significant improvement in the condition of their hands after using it for some time, especially if they are not one to use lotion often.

DIRECTIONS

Simply apply a small amount onto one hand and generously rub your hands together to form a protective barrier that can last for up to 4 hours.*

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS

Benzalkonium Chloride: 0.13%

STORAGE

Store in original container(s) in areas inaccessible to children. Keep securely closed. Nonrefillable container(s). Discard empty container in trash or recycle if available.

CAUTION

  • Keep out of reach of children and pets.
  • Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with eyes or clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco or using the toilet.

OFFICIAL REGISTRATION
  • FDA National Drug Code (NDC)
  • Why it matters
  • How to Verify

NDC: 77677-001-19
The National Drug Code or NDC is a unique numeric identifier given to each medication listed under the Drug Listing Act of 1972 (See Section 510 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (Act) (21 U.S.C. § 360)). The National Drug Code is divided in numeric 3-segments. The first segment identifies the product labeler (i.e., the manufacturer, marketer, repackager or distributer of the product). The second segment identifies the product itself (i.e., drug specific strength, dosage form, and drug formula). The third segment identifies the package size and type.

In pursuit of profits, many products available today misleadingly market themselves as hand sanitizers despite not being registered with the FDA as such, thereby selfishly placing consumers at risk by compelling them to cheaply purchase products with formulas that have not been verified to deliver on the claims made on their respective labels. Unfortunately, even big-box retailers have naively fallen prey to the predatory tactics of these companies, which means that even some of the products that line the shelves of your favorite retailers may contain formulas that are not only ineffective, but even hazardous to your health. The use of methanol in hand sanitizer is one example of such foul play. Supporting these kinds of companies undermines the efforts of our government to facilitate a market that is not only innovative and competitive, but more importantly, safe for the American people.

Every time you make a purchase you are casting a vote for the kinds of products and companies you want available on the market, so please be sure to always check the labels of your hand sanitizing products for an NDC to ensure that you are contributing to a safe and economically-productive environment not only for yourself, but for those around you and in your country.

  1.  Find the NDC on the label or company's website of a product you are considering
  2. Visit the FDA's National Drug Code Directory and search for it to ensure that it has been registered and not found to contain any harmful ingredients. Learn more here.