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Hand Sanitizer Mini Pen
Handy Mini Hand Sanitizer
- Alcohol Antiseptic 62% | Kills 99.9% of Germs
- Eucalyptus & Camphor, Infused with Vitamin E
- For Frequent Use, Non-drying
- Biodegradable Liquid
We CANNOT ship hand sanitizers outside of the US. Please note sanitizers may be shipped anywhere in the US, it’s Territories, and it’s other free associations via USPS First Class/Priority Mail. Gross volume and inner container quantity and size restrictions apply.
Stream2Sea is proud to fulfill a need for mindfully created Essentials. Formulated to be safe for you and safe for our planet, our new line begins with our signature EcoConscious Hand Sanitizer.
Stream2Sea is proud to offer Essentials that have not been tested on animals. Instead, utilizing the knowledge gained through prior development, to create products upholding our mission.
We Believe in Ingredient Transparency
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Ethanol from Florida Oranges
Ethanol from Florida Oranges
How Our Natural Hand Sanitizer Compares with the Rest:
Are They EcoConscious and Non-Toxic?
You may be shocked to learn how many harmful ingredients can be found in common hand sanitizers. If you walked into your nearest drug store and read the ingredients list on the back of many sanitizers, you would find a long list of potentially-harmful chemicals. For this reason, our Hand Sanitizer is likely the most moisturizing, natural and non-toxic hand sanitizer on the market today. Check out this breakdown of how we have created a product to help keep you and our planet safe:
Type of Hand Sanitizer
Stream2Sea Hand Sanitizer
Common Hand Sanitizers
Stream2Sea Hand Sanitizers contain 62% Ethanol sourced from Florida citrus.
Is it Eco-conscious?
We denature ethanol with natural eucalyptus oil instead of toxic denaturants that is usually deadly for wildlife, plants and fishes.
Most alcohol is made using toxic denaturants and they are not required by FDA to list these toxic ingredients.
Does this product use natural emollients for soothing the skin?
Glycerin: Vegetarian, Kosher and Vitamin E.
Propylene Glycol or other synthetic ingredients
Does this product use non-toxic thickening agents?
Carbomer (microplastic, synthetic thickening agent made from acrylic acid).
Does it use natural fragrances instead of synthetic fragrance, often containing phthalates?
Many hand sanitizers use synthetic fragrances, often containing phthalates.
Does it contain natural moisturizers that reduce the drying effect?
Natural Vitamin E is known as a moisturizer and antioxidant.
Synthetic vitamin E or propylene glycol can cause skin irritation and other problems.
Is it synthetic preservative-free and triclosan-free?
Does it have less than 7 ingredients?
Our hand sanitizer ingredients are Ethanol 62% v/v, Deionized Water, Glycerin, Eucalyptus Leaf Oil, Camphor, Mixed Tocopherols (Vitamin E). That's it!
Many hand sanitizers contain a large list of confusing ingredients.
Is it Made in an FDA registered Facility?
Our products are manufactured in our FDA registered facility. We understand Good Manufacturing Practices and have stringent quality control standards.
Some hand sanitizers are made in breweries, or in someone's backyard. A brewery might know how to make an awesome beer, but probably not how to make registered drugs. Hand sanitizer IS a drug, by the way…
Test Results for Hand Sanitizer - Kills 99.9% of Germs in 15 Seconds
Many studies have found that sanitizers with an alcohol concentration between 60–95% are more effective at killing germs than those with a lower alcohol concentration or non-alcohol-based hand sanitizers. Our formulas contain a minimum of 62% ethanol in accordance with the FDA monograph recommendations and is enriched with supporting botanicals. To meet the claim of killing more than 99.9% of bacteria, the formula must kill the germs within 60 seconds. Ours was effective at the lowest level tested of only 15 seconds.
Our hand sanitizer was consistently effective in exerting bactericidal activity with a greater that 99.9% reduction against Staphylococcus aureus and E. coli.