- Jane Goodall Institute
I love this spray! I keep one in the entranceway and most people are delighted to use it—more than once! Unique and organic, it’s also benefits the Jane Goodall Institute.
Frequently Asked Questions
What makes this different from other hand sanitizers? Why does it smell so good?
We’re so happy you asked. Unlike most other hand sanitizers on the market today, we use a premium alcohol source - 100% organic Cane Sugar Ethanol grown in South America. This cane alcohol goes through a three-stage filtration process which eliminates the tequila alcohol smell that you’ll find in the majority of hand sanitizers sold online and at your local retailer. This filtration process also produces a high-quality, premium alcohol source that meets the highest standards of purity and the strict United States Pharmacopeia (USP) standards adopted by the Food and Drug Administration.
Not only do we use a premium alcohol source, we also include a natural geranium essential oil blend to help you spray bad germs away with a scent you’ll actually enjoy. The end result is a pure, vegan, plant-based hand sanitizer spray created in collaboration with the Jane Goodall Institute. Just a few sprays and you’re supporting good health for yourself and a brighter future for our planet. With every purchase we make a donation to the Jane Goodall Institute to further their mission to create a better world for all living things.
How do I know this product is safe and effective?
We understand that hand sanitizers have been in the news a lot lately, and most of the headlines haven't been good.
At Forest Remedies you can trust you're getting a safe product made with the best ingredients for you and your family. Our hand sanitizer is pharmaceutical grade and meets the strict United States Pharmacopeia (USP) standards adopted by the Food and Drug Administration.
To ensure the safety, purity and potency of this product, the alcohol in our hand sanitizer is third-party lab tested for quality assurance. Plus, with 65% alcohol, our hand sanitizer spray exceeds the Center for Disease Control's recommendation to use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol to help avoid getting sick and spreading germs.
However, like all hand sanitizers, this product should not be used as a replacement for washing hands. You can visit the Center for Disease Control website for more information.
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