Panic-buying has stores nationwide sold out of isopropyl alcohol, which is typically used to make hand sanitizer. Make this version instead that successfully suppresses influenza. And also, doesn’t kill good bacteria along with the bad bacteria like traditional anti-bacterial hand sanitizers do. Learn how to make this DIY Hand sanitizer spray ⏤ it’s not only safe and non-toxic, but builds up your immunity too. Which is exactly what we need during such times as these if you know what I mean (COVID-19, I’m looking at you!).
About the ingredients/supplies
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- Supports healthy immune and respiratory function
- Protects against environmental threats, such as influenza
- Supports the body’s natural antioxidant defenses
- Energizing and uplifting aroma
- Contains antioxidants which fight free radicals
- Extracted from the Witch hazel shrub, it is an effective natural cleanser
- Alcohol-free and this particular brand I use (linked above) also contains aloe vera, so your hands stay moisturized
- Contains healing properties, antioxidants, but also reduces free radicals
- Excellent moisturizer for all skin types
- Rejuvenates and restores dehydrated skin
- The best option for the cleanest hand sanitizer possible
- If you don’t have distilled water, filtered water is a close second
- Doesn’t contain any of the nasty minerals found in tap water
- Dark glass preserves the effectiveness of the essential oils naturally
- Does not leach into essential oils like a plastic container would
- Makes a great travel size ⏤ just stash it in your backpack or purse and go!
How to make
- Add 1 tsp of Witch hazel to the spray bottle
- Next, add 1/4 tsp of Vitamin E to the spray bottle
- After that, carefully add distilled (or filtered) water to the spray bottle, making sure to leave space to screw the cap back on
- Add 15 drops of doTERRA OnGuard essential oil to the bottle
- Add the top back on and give it a shake
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