Hand Sanitiser Spray 70% Alcohol - Blood Orange & Pink Grapefruit - Natural & Organic
Started by a husband & wife team after seeing first hand the destruction caused by palm oil production in Indonesia, Bloomtown was the UK's first independently certified palm-oil free company. Made in Cornwall from gorgeous natural ingredients, all Bloomtown products contain only goodness, absolutely no nasties here! Bloomtown also donate 10% of their profits to environmental & social causes.
*Winner* Bronze medal in the FreeFrom Skincare Awards 2020 Hand, Foot & Nail Category and the highest rated Hand Sanitiser*
This smells divine, not something you can say about most hand sanitisers!
Keep your hands clean and soft with this 70% Alcohol Hand Sanitiser Spray, infused with palm-free plant glycerine to prevent dryness and the signature blend of blood orange and pink grapefruit essential oils.
At Bloomtown, the team uses this product all day, every day in the workshop with no dryness or irritation whatsoever - in fact, our hands are softer than ever!
100 ml glass bottle with plastic spray pump
- 100% Vegan
- 100% Natural & Organic
- 100% Cruelty-Free
- 100% Palm Oil-Free
- No Sulphates
- No Parabens
- No PEGs
- No Petrochemicals
- No Phthalates
- No TEA/MEA/DEA
- No Synthetic Colours
- No Synthetic Fragrance
- No SLS
Independently tested for safety & efficacy in accordance with all UK & EU regulations.
Expertly Hand-Crafted in Cornwall
INGREDIENTS: Organic Alcohol Denat., Aqua/Water/Eau, Glycerine, Citrus limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil, Eucalyptus radiata (Eucalyptus) Leaf Oil, Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil, Cinnamomum verum (Cinnamon) Bark Oil, Syzygium aromaticum (Clove) Bud Oil, Benzyl Benzoate* , Citral*, Cinnamal*, Eugenol*, Limonene*, Linalool* *Naturally Occurring In Essential Oils
To help prevent illness, all major health organisations worldwide recommend washing hands with soap & water as well as using an alcohol-based hand sanitiser spray or gel, 70% being the recommended strength. According to the latest research, there is no evidence that soaps and other products labeled "antibacterial" are more effective.