Some ethanol-base hand sanitizers may contain carcinogens

With ethyl alcohol being a cost-effective solution for use in hand sanitizer, it has become much more in-demand as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the world. In an order to meet this demand, some gasoline and petroleum companies have been selling ethanol for use as a hand sanitizer base. In an effort to offset slumping gasoline sales, in which ethanol is also used, they are selling ethanol for use in sanitation products.

Unfortunately, many of the ethanol fuel company's ethanol contains dangerous impurities, that while are fine for burning in gasoline, they can be carcinogenic and should not be used in a product that goes on your skin.

Take confidence Clynse is made with high-quality isopropyl alcohol rather than ethanol, and read more below.


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