Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Stay Clean & Germ Free 
with Purell

Fall is fast approaching and that means cooler weather and cold season is on its way. So to stay safe and protect myself from the cold and flu I use Purell. It is available in a variety of easy to carry, easy access, and easy to use products. It even comes in scents that smell amazing. Purell kills 99.99% percent of germs and is trusted by more leading hospitals than any other brand. It doesn't give you that alcohol burn on your skin like other brands do and it leaves no sticky or greasy residue on your hands. 
I was given the opportunity to try out and review some of the exciting new products that Purell has coming out. The photo above here is the 1 fl. oz. Jelly Wrap Carriers. These are perfect for people who are traveling and on the go. They can be easily attached and detached from a purse, backpack, zipper on a jacket, or luggage in seconds. They are handy and provide a convenient, easy access way to clean and sanitize your hands. These jelly wraps come in yummy scents like:
  • Coconut Beach Siesta
  • Ocean Kiss
  • Watermelon Splash
  • Apricot Blossom

The Purell Hand Sanitizing Wipes come in 15, 70, and 40 count canisters. I was given 3 packs of the 15 count wipes and these are great for hands, faces, or other parts of the body. Perfect for your messy toddler after a meal while on the go, or for wiping off your hands after you handle meat at the grocery store. The 15 count packs easily go right into a purse, backpack, or diaper bag. And the canisters go great in a glove box in the car or in a picnic bag. 

I was also given 2 of the 8 oz. pump bottles which are perfect for the kitchen or bathroom sink, in a desk at work, or other places you frequent. Its easy and convenient to use and keep your hands clean and germ free.  You should always sanitize your hands:
  • Before & After Preparing Food
  • Before Eating
  • After Sneezing or Coughing
  • After Using the Bathroom
  • Before & After caring for someone that is sick or ill
  • After Handling or Touching anything that is in high traffic areas like grocery carts, counter-tops, handles, public phones, handrails, doors, keypads, and other high traffic objects.

 You should always wash your hands for at least 20 seconds. A good procedure is to wet hands with water, apply enough soap to create a lather to cover hand surfaces, rub hands palm to palm and carefully scrub fingers, back and front of hands with each thumb,. Rinse hands with water and dry hands with a clean paper towel. 

When you use hand sanitizer you should apply a dime sized amount, enough to cover the palms of your hands, rub the sanitizer into the palms of your hands, fingers, back and front of hands and thumbs. Continue this process until hands are dry.

These products and great tips for staying germ free and healthy were provided to me by Purell and Gojo. I am happy to pass this information on to you! For more information and great tips please visit:

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