Are you looking for an alternative and organic hand sanitizing gel? A formula that uses 99.65% organic ingredients? This is the video for you! In this video, Belinda Carli, Director of the Institute of Personal Care Science, shows you how to effectively gel 60% organic ethanol to create a clear–and stable–organic sanitizing hand gel. This much ethanol, even when organic, can also be drying to the skin, especially when used several times a day. In this formula, Belinda also shows you how to combat the drying effects of so much ethanol to help keep your hand smooth and sanitized. Not only are your choice of materials important to create this product organically, the processing and selection is also important to ensure a clear and stable product form is created. She also talks you through important safety information when formulating products with this much ethanol both during manufacture and transport.
Watch this video to find out how to create organic sanitizing hand gels easily using the right materials. For the FREE formula for this video, and additional information and videos on multiple types of sanitizing products, please visit this page: https://personalcarescience.com.au/n/HandSanitizerFormulas-499-68/ On this page you’ll also find helpful information about alternative ingredients and sanitizer ‘myth busters’ to help provide you with factual information. Happy formulating!
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10 Responses to “Organic hand sanitizing gel”
What denaturant are you using?
Thank you so much, Belinda, for this wonderful video.
Thank you for reading! Happy formulating!
Thank you the formula 🙏🏼
Have just been looking through your courses – seriously considering doing one of them to up my knowledge.
Are you using certified ” organic” ethanol?
Please contact us direct with any questions you have: [email protected].
I am using undenatured ethanol, but it depends on where you are in the world as to which denaturants you can use. We have full details on the regulations about this in our How to Formulate Sanitisers workshop series, with the rules in different countries. You can find out more (free) and opt to purchase more detail in the workshops here: https://personalcarescience.com.au/Newsdescription.aspx?Sec_ID=499&fulID=70#70.
Yes, I’m using a certified organic ethanol. Please contact us for the full formula and supplier details: [email protected].
Please send me your price for household-cleaning-products Chemical
Please email: [email protected] directly.