Soft, economical and tidy hand sanitising
Hand sanitising station


There has been much focus on the need to sanitise hands over the last few months.  Thankfully everyone has engaged with this and supply issues have been overcome.  It means that for the foreseeable future all businesses will need to provide hand sanitiser for staff and customers.  This has come in various forms, from refillable bottles, to small table stands and staff delivered sanitiser.

However, although we all know about the need to have over 70% alcohol in order to kill the SARS-COV2 virus, little discussed is the need to have a good sanitiser to reduce the impact of alcohol on the skin.  Alcohol dries the skin, reducing the lipid layer and so, with frequent use, irritant dermatitis, such as itching and cracking of the skin can occur.  It is important that a sanitiser contains moisturising agents to help maintain your skin’s natural protective barrier and rehydrate your skin.

This may not be a concern for someone going shopping once a week.  It is, however, a concern for those in customer facing industries and others using hand sanitiser frequently throughout the day.

Over the last few months, we have been approached by many customers to see if you could source a high-quality hand sanitising solution for them.  We stand by our products and so the hand sanitiser we are offering is one that is enriched with glycerin and shea butter to leave the skin feeling soft and smooth.  The dose is adjustable so you can control how much of the sanitising fluid you use.  Our sanitiser comes as a fully sealed cartridge within a wall mounted dispenser.   The dispenser can be mounted on a stand, which is also available.  And it is finished off with our hand sanitising mat, to catch hand drips and reduce the potential for slips.

We’ve given a lot of thought to this system!  It’s soft on the hands; its economical; its tidy – no bottle or table clutter and it looks professional.  The washable mat draws customers’ attention to the area and alerts them to sanitise.  Further information at