Three of the best locally-made hand sanitisers
There's been an uptick in the production of hand sanitisers since Covid-19 struck. Factories that produced some of the world's most luxurious perfumery have redirected their resources to produce sanitisers.
The shift seems a natural one as the alcohol used in fragrances allows for the smooth transition to producing sanitisers with a 70% alcohol composition. Not just your average disinfecting product, hand sanitisers are a necessity now.
We've rounded up 3 of our favourite - and coolest - locally made ones using naturally derived alcohols:
- Saint D’Ici Hand Sanitiser, 45ml for R150
- House of Gozdawa 70% alcohol hand sanitiser, 50ml for R75
- Capewest Waterless Spray Sanitiser, 125ml for R60