Why should practicing good hygiene leave you smelling like a chemical factory??Leave your hands smelling like comforting clove cinnamon and vanilla with the best smelling alcohol hand + small surface spray, Germaphobe! Perfect to spray on your hands when soap and water is not available. Leaves hands smelling amazing, naturally!
Also perfect for small public surfaces: toilet seats, grocery cart handles, changing stations, highchairs, doorknobs and more!
Germophobe is packaged in a reusable 4 oz glass amber bottle with fine mist sprayer.
The fine print:
Must ship Parcel Select Ground due to percentage of alcohol. We are not allowed to call this a hand sanitizer, due to FDA rules and regulations. However, Germaphobe does contain 70% ethanol, which exceeds the CDC's recommendation for proper hand hygiene.
- 70% ethyl alcohol
- distilled water
- GMO-free vegetable glycerin
- essential oils of: clove, cinnamon and vanilla planifolia
CAUTION: Flammable. Keep away from fire or flames. For external use only. Do not use in eyes. In case of contact with eyes, rinse with water.
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, seek medical attention promptly.
Stop use and ask doctor if irritation and redness develop and persist.
Cloves were among the most precious of spices of Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries. Clove Bud essential oil is derived from the clove tree. It has antiseptic properties. It also works great as an expectorant during cold and flu season. Our clove bud essential oil is harvested from its native Indonesia.
Cinnamon is considered one of the oldest spices. Cinnamon Bark essential oil is derived from the thin smooth bark of the cinnamon tree. It had antiviral properties and is known to help relieve depression. Our cinnamon bark essential oil is harvested from Madagascar, and is one of the best smelling cinnamon's we have found.
Vanilla is one of the most popular scents in the world. The smell of vanilla is calming and can help relieve anxiety and PMS symptoms. Our vanilla planifolia oil is derived from the 5th pressing of the vanilla bean.