Instant Hand Sanitizer Aloe Vera
Medically reviewed on July 3, 2018
Dosage form: gel
Ingredients: ALCOHOL 146mL in 236mL
Labeler: Great Lakes Wholesale & Marketing, LLC
NDC Code: 64092-312
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Ethyl Alcohol 62.0% ..................... Antimicrobial
XtraCare Instant Hand Sanitizer Aloe Vera
kills 99.9% of germs
with Moisturizers & Aloe Vera
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
- for handwashing to decrease bacteria on the skin
- recommended for repeated use
For external use only.
Flammable, keep away from heat and flame.
Do not use in the eyes. In case of contact, rinse eyes thoroughly with water.
Stop use and ask a doctor if irritation and redness develop and persist for more than 72 hours.
- wet hands thoroughly with product
- briskly rub hands together until dry
- supervise children under 6 years in the use of this product
water, carbomer, triethanolamine, glycerin, propylene glycol, fragrance, titanium dioxide, aloe barbadensis leaf juice.
- store at 20oC to 25oC (68o to 77oF)
- may discolor certain fabrics
|INSTANT HAND SANITIZER ALOE VERA
ethyl alcohol gel
|Labeler - Great Lakes Wholesale & Marketing, LLC (361925498)|
|China Ningbo Shangge Cosmetic Technology Corp.||529287434||manufacture(64092-312)|
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