SoPure Spray & Go Hand Sanitizer - Nature's best germ buster
Happy people. Happy planet.
Keep you and your baby safe and germ free with SoPure's Spray and Go Hand Sanitizer. Suitable for both mom's and baby's hands, our alcohol-free hand sanitizer aids in eliminating viruses, bacteria and yeast without the use of harmful chemicals.
Our vegan approved hand sanitizer is an intelligent formulation of pure aqua, HOCL mixed oxidant, electricity and salt that kills 99.9% of harmful bacteria and pathogens and decontaminates any surface from harmful germs. Even better, no alcohol necessary. Free from fake scents and chemicals and anything animal, our innovative pure formulation is 100% non-toxic. Gentle on newly born skin. Kind to everyone and the planet. Biodegradable. Not tested on animals. Just full of good nature.
- alcohol and chemical-free
- kills 99.9% of germs
- rinse-free and soft on hands
- hydrating and non-sticky
- non toxic and residue-free
- full of good nature
Free of nasties – happy people.
No isopropyl alcohol, no methanol, no chlorhexidine, no sodium hypochlorite, no benzakonium chloride, no triclosan, no phosphates, no formaldehyde, no synthetic colourants, no fake fragrances, no petrochemicals, no parabens, no animal fat ingredients, no hydrochloric acid, no chlorine- bleach, no phthalates, no ammonium chloride, no toxins, no synthetic chemicals and no ammonia.
Full of nature – happy planet.
Our revolutionary SoPure's Spray and Go Hand Sanitizer eliminates harmful viruses, bacteria and yeast. Our intelligent formulation is free of toxic chemicals and additives – made from 100% naturally powerful cleaning combination of pure aqua, mixed oxidant (HOCL), electricity and salt. Our every surface sterilizer has been tested and approved for use in the USA and South Africa, is pH neutral, kills 99.9% of harmful pathogens and decontaminates your surfaces from harmful germs.
Viruses, Staphylococcus aureus, Candida albicans, Listeria monocytogens, Aspergillus niger, E.coli, Coliforms, Polio virus, Herpes simplex virus, Enterococcus hirae, Hepatitis A, Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB) and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.