Hand sanitiser peaked in Google searches back in March, and has been a hot commodity ever since the coronavirus outbreak reached our shores. With many brands finally able to re-stock their version, and numerous others dedicating their time and resources towards creating one, there are now a good range of options if you need to stock up.
While the best way to keep your hands clean is to wash them with water and soap, hand sanitiser is a close second, and will come in extra handy for on-the-go washing now that much of the country has re-opened.
When using your sanitiser, remember to use an adequate amount, check for a high alcohol rating (70 per cent-90 per cent is ideal), and rub the product in until it fully sinks in.
Despite doing a clever job, hand sanitisers don’t have to smell and feel medicinal; in fact, these nine work well while still leaving your hands with a pleasant scent.
9 Hand Sanitisers That Smell Good To Shop Now
With a light, subtle fragrance of lavender and rosemary, this has 62 per cent alcohol.
This Works’ gel contains lavender, camomile and neroli, and features 70 per cent alcohol content.
An ultra-sweet, pocket-sized gel perfect for kids and families.
A luxe-looking sanitiser that smells fresh, like pine and tea tree.
This smells so good, it can double up as an air freshener or deodorant.
A high-end buy, Aesop’s beloved rinse has a great citrusy scent.
This lovely sanitiser has the signature Sanctuary Spa fragrance.
The cheapest of the bunch, Superdrug’s gel smells super fruity.
A floral and fruity fragrance sits within this little bottle.