Everyone lives busy lives now a days. Running from school functions and work, to picking up groceries and attending sports events. When attending some of these functions or just running around town, water and soap is usually not available to wash your hands. Health experts have reported that more than 80% of illnesses can be transmitted by hand. That is a scary fact! This is where Purell comes in handy for all those times.
Purell Jelly Wraps kill 99.99% of germs while it sanitizes your hands. These are great for when you are on the go and easily hook to a backpack or purse. Not only that, but they come in a couple of new Spring Scents! They include the apricot blossom, coconut beach siesta, ocean kiss and watermelon splash. All of them smell delightful, but I would have to say my favorite is the coconut beach siesta.
Talk about perfect for your Easter Baskets this year. Not only do they come in a couple of vibrant colors, but they are so easy to use and portable. I know that every time I go out to the store have to push the shopping cart, I am always pulling out my Purell Jelly Wrap.
Not only does Purell offer the Jelly Wraps ($1.49 1 oz), but they also offer two other great products for you to make sure you have some sort of product to sanitize your hands. I am sure that you all have seen the Purell Pump ($2.99 8oz.) around. You can find these in doctors offices and homes across the U.S. In fact I have on in the kitchen just for those times when I am in a hurry, but want to clean my hands. They also offer the Purell Hand Sanitizing Wipes ($1.49 15 count). These are perfect for in your vehicle or in your suitcase for those family vacations.
All of these products are available to purchase at major mass, food and drug locations. Any of these are a great addition to your routine and to help teach your child good hand hygiene, try giving them a Jelly Wrap this Easter. Below you will find a great little guide for important steps for good hand hygiene.
Important Steps For Good Hand Hygiene
Are To Wash Or Sanatize Hands:
Before Preparing Food
Before and after being around, or caring for, someone who is ill
After using the Bathroom
After sneezing and Coughing
After touching anything that may carry germs such as: grocery carts, diapers raw food, animals or trash.
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