Hand sanitizers Promoting safe use by children

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Hand sanitizers Promoting safe use by children

Hand sanitizers: Promoting safe use by children
Hand hygiene is trending in the pandemic situation. Washing and sanitizing hands after every 10 to 20 minutes is considered mandatory. According to a Canadian report, maximum sanitizers available in the market contain 60% alcohol and are contemplated as over-the-counter drugs. Due to the COVID situation, the use of certain unregulated substances was made permissible. This increased the cases of accidental poison ingestion as reported by the poison control center in the United States. Over 46% of cases related to the use of hand sanitizers. In the first half of 2020 reports were usually related to children below 5 years of age. Therefore, the use of such hand sanitizers by children can be quite dangerous. Nature’s baby organics introduced fragrance-free hand sanitizer, especially keeping in mind the sensitivity and delicacy of children and babies around the globe.

Why use Nature’s baby organic alcohol-free hand sanitizer
Nature’s baby organic alcohol-free hand sanitizer is testified to be the best organic baby skincare product, with 99.9% germ and bacteria-killing ability. The sanitizer used in a spray form is ideal to dry hands and without giving any burning sensation and can be used on minor wounds, scratches, and eczema-prone skin. Along with spray sanitizers, the other introduced sanitizing products include alcohol-free hand sanitizing wipes, bamboo alcohol-free hand sanitizing wipes. As these sanitizing products are triclosan, parabens, sulfates, phthalates, fragrances, or dyes free, therefore, are safe for use.

Is it safe for baby use?
Baby skins are very sensitive and are more prone to absorb toxins. The reason is it contains a lesser number of elastic fibers as compared to that of an adult and sometimes acts as a sieve that can allow toxins to pass through it quite easily. Their deeper dermis isn’t firmly attached to the outer skin. Therefore, substances can easily make space to move inside. Regardless of chubbiness, their skin texture is thinner than that of an adult. Three times thinner skin is reported in the case of an infant increasing absorption rate of water and other substances. The alcohol-containing sanitizers if swallowed in a tiny amount can cause alcohol poisoning in children. The symptoms include sleeping disorders, lowering of blood sugar, sometimes coma, or could be fatal in few cases. The alcohol-free sanitizers offered by nature’s baby organics can seek out this problem. As they are usually alcohol-free, therefore, are safe for children's use. Strengthen the safety measures no additional artificial fragrances are added, but carry the smell of formulating substances.

Baby skins are very sensitive and are more prone to absorb toxins. The reason is it contains a lesser number of elastic fibers as compared to that of an adult and sometimes acts as a sieve that can allow toxins to pass through it quite easily. Their deeper dermis isn’t firmly attached to the outer skin. Therefore, substances can easily make space to move inside. Regardless of chubbiness, their skin texture is thinner than that of an adult. 

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