A Joint Study on Hand Sanitizer Published in the Public Library Of Science

Valisure and GOJO Industries (makers of Purell), investigated the quality of bulk hand sanitizers during the pandemic and published the study: The presence of unsafe chemical impurities accelerated evaporation of alcohol, and lack of crucial labeling requirements are risks and concerns for some alcohol-based hand sanitizers and dispenser practices during the COVID-19 pandemic.

To meet demand in 2020, some businesses turned to open or refillable "bulk" style dispensers, which are easily refilled with any gallon bottle of hand sanitizer, so, therefore, they were easier to source when there was limited availability of sanitizer. Unfortunately, this practice has grown considerably during the last two years. As no one has studied the risks associated with this new practice, we conducted a research study in partnership with GOJO Industries Inc..

The study covers how consumers rely on hand sanitizer to clean their hands when they're out and away from sinks, and we emphasize how it's crucial that what they reach for is safe and effective.

Check out the complete study here.

A Joint Study on Hand Sanitizer Published in the Public Library Of Science

April 5, 2022

Valisure and GOJO Industries (makers of Purell), investigated the quality of bulk hand sanitizers during the pandemic and published the study: The presence of unsafe chemical impurities accelerated evaporation of alcohol, and lack of crucial labeling requirements are risks and concerns for some alcohol-based hand sanitizers and dispenser practices during the COVID-19 pandemic.

To meet demand in 2020, some businesses turned to open or refillable "bulk" style dispensers, which are easily refilled with any gallon bottle of hand sanitizer, so, therefore, they were easier to source when there was limited availability of sanitizer. Unfortunately, this practice has grown considerably during the last two years. As no one has studied the risks associated with this new practice, we conducted a research study in partnership with GOJO Industries Inc..

The study covers how consumers rely on hand sanitizer to clean their hands when they're out and away from sinks, and we emphasize how it's crucial that what they reach for is safe and effective.

Check out the complete study here.

A Joint Study on Hand Sanitizer Published in the Public Library Of Science

Valisure and GOJO Industries (makers of Purell), investigated the quality of bulk hand sanitizers during the pandemic and published the study: The presence of unsafe chemical impurities accelerated evaporation of alcohol, and lack of crucial labeling requirements are risks and concerns for some alcohol-based hand sanitizers and dispenser practices during the COVID-19 pandemic.

To meet demand in 2020, some businesses turned to open or refillable "bulk" style dispensers, which are easily refilled with any gallon bottle of hand sanitizer, so, therefore, they were easier to source when there was limited availability of sanitizer. Unfortunately, this practice has grown considerably during the last two years. As no one has studied the risks associated with this new practice, we conducted a research study in partnership with GOJO Industries Inc..

The study covers how consumers rely on hand sanitizer to clean their hands when they're out and away from sinks, and we emphasize how it's crucial that what they reach for is safe and effective.

Check out the complete study here.

Valisure and GOJO Industries (makers of Purell), investigated the quality of bulk hand sanitizers during the pandemic and published the study: The presence of unsafe chemical impurities accelerated evaporation of alcohol, and lack of crucial labeling requirements are risks and concerns for some alcohol-based hand sanitizers and dispenser practices during the COVID-19 pandemic.

To meet demand in 2020, some businesses turned to open or refillable "bulk" style dispensers, which are easily refilled with any gallon bottle of hand sanitizer, so, therefore, they were easier to source when there was limited availability of sanitizer. Unfortunately, this practice has grown considerably during the last two years. As no one has studied the risks associated with this new practice, we conducted a research study in partnership with GOJO Industries Inc..

The study covers how consumers rely on hand sanitizer to clean their hands when they're out and away from sinks, and we emphasize how it's crucial that what they reach for is safe and effective.

Check out the complete study here.

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