5 chic hand sanitisers (that aren’t sold out)
Quit fighting over the last bottle of hand sanitiser in the supermarket and opt for one of these trendy, in-stock options instead (oh yeah, and we have a bunch to give away!)
Purdy & Figg
What do you get when you cross an NHS nurse and a horticulturist? A 70% alcohol, no-nasties sanitiser created in Buckinghamshire with a heavenly blend of sweet orange, pink grapefruit and niaouli essential oils, naturally. Each glass bottle (eco creds? Tick!) delivers over 300 spritzes.
£5.99 for 50ml
If you’re looking for a sanitiser that’s more like a luxe hand cream than a clinical gel, then try this newly released beauty from Bramley, scented with rosemary, spearmint and peppermint essential oils. It’s made and bottled in Wiltshire so the buy British box is ticked too. Also available for kids with a non-alcohol formula.
£8 for 100ml
Go natural with Neal’s Yard’s certified organic sanitiser, packed with niaouli, lemongrass and witch hazel essential oils. It has a weightless feel (no sticky residue – result!) and the alcohol concentration comes in hight at 70%.
£6.50 for 50ml
Aesop’s skincare offering is always a dead cert and smells delicious; this alcohol-based sanitiser is no different (expect a heady citrus and woody scent). Extra points from us for the non-drying, nourishing formula and the fact it’s cruelty free.
£7 for 50ml
From Plastic Freedom (your online one-stop-shop for eco-conscious, plastic-free products), this Keep Calm and Spray On sanitiser scores big for its brilliant name and high alcohol content (70%). It also contains hydrating glycerin and bergamot that doubles as a lovely scent and an anti-viral agent.
£5.50 for 30ml