Three of the best locally-made hand sanitisers

26 July 2020 - 00:00 By
Along with lipstick and the like, hand sanitiser has become a handbag essential.
Along with lipstick and the like, hand sanitiser has become a handbag essential.
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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
Hand sanitisers from, from left, Saint D’Ici, House of Gozdawa and Capewest.
Hand sanitisers from, from left, Saint D’Ici, House of Gozdawa and Capewest.
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