Why You Should Never Over Use Hand Sanitiser

Why You Should Never Over Use Hand Sanitiser

Virtually everything we touch on a daily basis is teeming with bacteria and germs. In fact, one 2017 study published in the journal Germs assessed 27 cell phones and found a median of 17,000 bacterial gene copies per phone. And while hand sanitiser may seem like an effective on-the-go solution for ridding yourself of germs, using it too frequently can do more harm than good. Actually, it’s because hand sanitiser is so effective at killing bacteria that it’s not ideal for everyday use.

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Experts Warn About Making Hand Sanitiser Using DIY Guides

Antibacterial Hand Sanitiser Spray

Experts say it is easy to mistake the concentration of alcohol to other substances when making homemade hand sanitiser, which could damage your skin, kidneys and liver and washing your hands is paramount, using products like alcohol based hand sanitisers and hand and surface sprays that contain hydrogen peroxide help to keep the germs and viruses away, keeping us safe from the nasty effects of corona or influenza type viruses.

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How to Use Essential Oils for the Flu

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In most cases, having the flu means increasing self-care as you wait for the infection to run its course. One effective method of self-care is using essential oils as a topical rub or for aromatherapy. These strongly scented oils can help alleviate your flu symptoms, especially by clearing your nasal passage and reducing headaches. Some oils may even have antiviral benefits to help treat infections and reduce fever. Keep reading to learn how to use these oils and which ones to use for the flu.

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Is Hand Sanitiser as Effective as Washing your Hands?

Is Hand Sanitiser as Effective as Washing your Hands

The world is filled with different kinds of germs, but it’s not possible to walk around with clean water and antibacterial soap everywhere you go. If you use hand sanitiser, do you still need to wash your hands? Is using hand sanitiser as effective as soap and water? However, it should not replace washing your hands because….

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The Best Natural Hand Sanitiser Ever!

The Best Natural Hand Sanitiser Ever OXYPRO-S hydrogen peroxide and sliver

OXYPRO-S destroys a broad range pathogens including bacteria, mould and fungi, viruses, waterborne parasites and toxic algae. Once pathogens are destroyed OXYPRO-S leaves no harmful chemical residue whatsoever. The H2O2 breaks down into harmless water and oxygen and a minute trace amount silver ions remain in the water helping to prevent pathogens from returning, keeping your hands and drinking water cleaner for longer.

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OXYPRO-S Kills COVID-19 on Surfaces

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OXYPRO-S 3% is an all-purpose disinfectant for the home that is powerfully effective as an antimicrobial, antiviral and anti-fungal agent, without leaving any toxic residue. This means that you can simply spray it onto surfaces without needing to wipe or rinse it off. OXYPRO-S is safe for contact with skin and can be used for an extremely wide variety of applications. Spray OXYPRO-S over all frequently touched surfaces and allow to dry and No further rinsing or wiping is required.

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Is Gargling Hydrogen Peroxide Effective and Safe?

Gargle Oxygenated Water For Your Health

Gargling products like oxygenate may be a safer more effective way to sooth a sore throat, disinfect your mouth, and whiten your teeth. Just make sure you dilute it first. If you’re hoping to whiten your teeth, place the oxygenate directly onto your toothbrush and brush your teeth directly you will need to do this consistently for several months to get the best results.

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What essential oils are good for the flu?

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Influenza is a contagious respiratory disease that affects the nose, throat, and lungs. In some cases, it can be life threatening. Flu viruses are constantly changing, which can make them hard to treat. Medications can help relieve symptoms, and some people also try alternative therapies, such as pure essential oils. So what essential oils are good for the flu?

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How to help kill coronavirus in your house

surfaces in your home that could be harboring germs

There are so many surfaces in your home that could be harboring germs. While the novel coronavirus has you boarded up inside, you still need to go out for essential items, like food at the grocery store, take-out orders from restaurants and supplies from the pharmacy. And now, more than ever, you need to be cautious of surfaces you touch in public, like shopping carts, and be aware of the germs you might bring home. The best way to minimize your exposure to the disease known as COVID-19 is to keep your home disinfected and sanitised.

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