Ava Anderson just launched a Non Alcohol Hand Sanitizer, with organic ingredients. They are so proud to supply you, your families and customer with this fabulous product. Please remember that there are very few competitors in the market (and now we are one of them). Many claim to be natural and use ethanol (same thing as alcohol), some claim to be organic and use benzalkonium chloride -- a "6" (carcinogen) on the database. Most use triclosan, and other harmful toxic chemicals.
Here is more information that you should be aware of:
Test results indicate that our sanitizer kills 99.99% of common household and community germs, including those transferred from person to person, from animal to person and from hard and soft surfaces to person.
The following pathogens were killed at a percentage equal or greater to 99.99% within 15 seconds after exposure to the product:
- · Gram-positive bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus
- · Gram-negative bacteria, including E-coli
- · Viruses, including Herpes simplex Type 1 & Human Coronavirus
- · Fungus, including Trichophyton
Specifically the tea tree and neem in our product and all of the organic essential oils have anti-microbial properties. Some interesting information concerning Alcohol-based hand sanitizers v. Non-Alcohol based hand sanitizers:
Alcohol is notorious for removing oil from skin. This oil is one of the body's primary natural defenses against bacteria. Tests demonstrate that repeated use of alcohol based hand sanitizers can actually lead to increased bacteria on the skin over time. In other words, ongoing use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers become less effective the more frequently they are used. Not to mention, dry ,cracked, damaged skin.
Subjectively, users of essential oil based waterless hand sanitizers report a far greater level of satisfaction with the condition of their skin and hands. Almost 50% of individuals using alcohol based hand sanitizers report doing so at the expense of comfort and skin condition. Our AVA Hand sanitizer leaves your hands silky soft, form the organic aloe and essential oils. It is an amazing product, and it smells fantastic.
MAXINE'S SIDE NOTE:
For years I have used Tea Tree Oil and Neem in my treatment room. These oils produce amazing results for acne and post waxing for cleansing and inflammation.
. Neem's antiseptic properties are gaining recognition against a variety of skin diseases, septic sores, and infected burns. When the leaves are applied in the form of a poultice, it is recommended for boils, ulcers, and eczema. The oil is used for skin diseases such as scrofula, indolent ulcers and ringworm. Neem has been used traditionally in India to treat a host of viral infections and twigs are split and used to brush teeth in more rural areas.
Tea Tree Oil has been Mother Nature's antiseptic for years. This natural plant oil has scientifically-proven antiseptic and fungicidal properties. It has a great many uses, including acne, vaginal infections, athlete's foot, warts, insect bites, cold sores, minor burns, thrush and chronic fatigue syndrome.. Researches learned that the oil contains a powerful substance called terpinen 4 OL. This is the main ingredient responsible for it's germ-killing powers. In fact, you could think of terpinen 4 OL as Mother Nature's version of turpentine.
Maxine Drake-Your Beauty Advisor/Clinical Aesthetican