Skin-friendly formula moisturises and conditions

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Hand Sanitising Gels Range

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Hand Sanitising Gels Range

Fast-acting, easy-dry gel instantly sanitises hands without need for soap and water. Skin-friendly, moisturising formula leaves hands clean with no stickiness.

Ideal for quickly and easily disinfecting hands on the go. Featuring a unique, skin-friendly blend of 74% (v/v) alcohol and biocides containing glycerine and aloe vera extracts. Gels dry in a matter of seconds and leave hands clean, moisturised and feeling refreshed without any residual stickiness.

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Hand Sanitising Gel with extendable clip 50mlCHSGTOT50
Hand Sanitising Gel flip top 50mlCHSG50
Hand Sanitising Gel flip top 100mlCHSG100
Hand Sanitising Gel pump dispenser 250mlCHSG250
Hand Sanitising Gel pump dispenser 500mlCHSG500
FAQs

Can I use Clinell Hand Sanitising Gel instead of soap and water?

Yes, if hands look clean.

Does Clinell Hand Sanitising Gel dry out the skin on your hands?

No, as it is enhanced with moisturisers and utilises natural fragrances, to keep hands soft and fres…Read More

Is it safe to use Clinell Hand Sanitising Gels frequently?

Yes, our product has been dermatologically tested and confirmed that our product is safe to use, eve…Read More

What’s the ethanol concentration in Clinell Hand Sanitising Gels?

The concentration of alcohol in sanitising hand gels is usually described as a percentage. This perc…Read More

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