It seems the Great Hand Sanitizer Shortage of 2020 has finally ended. Sanitizing gels and sprays are now back in stock, and retailers are also responding to the demand by offering products that aren't so, well ... bland? Turns out, there are now tons of cute hand sanitizers out there that offer a bit more for skin care and beauty fans. Check these out:
From all-natural beauty line Prim Botanicals comes this sizable hand sanitizer packed with aloe vera to keep hands soft.
Act fast! This cult fave — an alcohol-based "rinse-free" wash — sells out in the blink of an eye.
Cool packaging aside, Touchland's hand sanitizers stand out because of their botanical oil infusions. Pictured is the citrus variety, but the spray also comes in lavender and watermelon. (Also unscented if that's more your thing.)
Good news: You get a free Clark's hand sanitizer with a purchase of any other Clark's product. They're also donating donating bottles to a New York State nonprofit healthcare provider.
The name Megababe may be familiar — they're known for their natural deodorant which has a rabid, cult following. Now they're making hand sanitizer with a citrus scent that's also blended with marula oil, sweet almond oil, and aloe.
We're a sucker for fancy packaging and anything new which is why we're definitely attracted to Dry-Line's compact rollerball option.
These large aluminum bottles are meant to refill travel bottles. Choose from grapefruit or unscented varieties. Bonus: $1 of each hand sanitizer sold goes to The Robin Hood Relief Fund — providing emergency support to NYC.
Whenever you make a purchase from non-toxic beauty brand Saie, you'll receive this cute bottle of hand sanitizer, with a sweet tangerine scent.
Swedish luxury fragrance house Byredo is known for creating some of the most alluring perfumes out there (we're regular wearers of Blanche and Mojave Ghost). While on the pricier side, their alcohol-based rinse-free wash is guaranteed to smell super fancy.
These little travel-sized hand sanitizers are the right price and come in fun-sounding varieties like Flower Power, Hello Sunshine, and Unicorn Edition.
Yield, the design company known for making some of the coolest glass coffee tables out there, just debuted their own hand sanitizing spray, laced with bergamot and chamomile.
Perhaps the sleekest of the bunch, Love Dirty's hand sanitizer comes in a reloadable "Glamshell," which feels perfect for slipping into an evening bag ... which we're not really using these days, but a girl can dream.
Want something that really leaves you feeling clean? Try ESYM's 65% organic sugarcane alcohol sanitizer, which features a peppermint-eucalyptus scent.
With a nice, high alcohol percentage (75%), Vegamour's citrus lavender formula also includes aloe vera and marula oil.
Loli's take on hand sanitizer includes organic grape alcohol, witch hazel, and sweet orange essential oil.
K-beauty fans will love this deal: Tonymoly's 62% alcohol hand gel is only $10 for a pack of three on Amazon.
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