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Why Hand Sanitisers Are Effective

Hand sanitiser—we know that this word will arouse multiple emotions in you and some of you would even argue with us. “Hand sanitisers are bad for kids and they have many harmful effects. Blah, Blah, Blah…” Wait, hold on to your horses and think logically. If they were harmful for kids, then why doctors suggest using hand sanitisers for kids?

The reason is that hand sanitisers give that extra protection. As you are aware that even after washing hands, some bacteria and germs remain on hands. Here, the hand sanitiser can become your child’s guard and ward off those adamant germs. Still, if you are not convinced that a bottle of gel can really get your child’s hands clean? We tell you the benefits of it. 

The little wonder

Now parents, answer truthfully. Whenever, you go to the doctor and complain about your child’s ill health, what is it that the doctor asks you first? Is he/she cleaning hands before eating food? Well, you don’t need to answer. We know that it becomes a very awkward situation for you. So, avoiding it isn’t better. 

All you have to do is to use the best quality of hand sanitiser which acts quickly to kill the micro- organisms on the hands and readily reduces bacterial counts.  

The key to using hand sanitiser is making sure that all organic matter like dirt is removed from your young ones’ hands. Then put a drop of this gel on their palms and ask them to rub hands together covering all surfaces of hands and fingers. The mantra should be “Rub it till it is vanished.” 

Dhote jao Dhote jao…not needed anymore!

Agreed proper handwashing is vital for keeping your child healthy. But good old soap and water aren’t always around when you need them. Even, if the soap is available, then it might be dirty from multiple people using it over and over again. We are sure that you don’t want your child to fall ill after using germ-coated soaps. 

Then why not ask your child to use hand sanitiser which can be easily kept in their bag. Further, hand sanitiser can keep your child’s hand cleaner for a longer period of time.  Just like the sanitiser evaporates, germs take a backseat too. What more, they require less time than hand washing. So,‘Dhote jao Dhote jao is not needed any more.” 

Skin so soft 

Children are always very soft in terms of their nature and skin. And so we love their touch. So, parents, it is your duty to keep this touch soft at all times. This can be done by using hand sanitisers. Hand sanitisers for kids have moisturisers that keep their skin, oh so soft! 
So unanimously say “Health is Wealth” and save this wealth before it runs away from your child’s hands.

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