It’s no secret that I enjoy getting together with family and friends. I love that our home has become a go-to location for many of our gatherings. I, especially, love utilizing our backyard! It has lots of space and was a major selling point for my husband and I when we on our house hunt. The weekend of The Celebration of Divatude, I had very little time to unwind because that evening my girlfriends and I got our families together for our first official party of the summer – a luau!
When we get together, we come in large numbers! This event included our families – our children love having the opportunity to spend time together and the husbands typically disappear into the “man cave” after their grilling duties are over. With that many people getting together – hand sanitizers are a must! Our children range from newborn through college students – and we’re all extra careful to make sure we keep each other healthy and happy.
safeHands was a hit! We left them out on the tables to make them accessible for everyone. We had tikis and citronella candles out and knowing that safeHands were non-flammable was a bonus! safeHands is a foaming hand sanitizer that kills 99.99% of germs and is alcohol free! Did you pause there, too? That was a resounding question during our luau. If there’s no alcohol then what’s killing the germs? safeHands contains Benzalkonium Chloride (BAC) which is, also, used in eye drops, nose sprays and mouthwashes to create a hand sanitizer that kills 99.99% germs and softens and soothes the skin – meaning you can use it frequently throughout the day without drying out your hands. I now carry safeHands in my purse and kids activity bags when we are out and about. They love the fun scents and that it foams when they use it. I am bad about getting paper cuts or random finger nail snags, so using safeHands is great because there’s no sting since it is alcohol free.
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