In these few chaotic months, COVID-19 has wreaked havoc throughout the world, damaging lives, economies, and resources.
One important resource that we’ve been short on is hand sanitizers. People are using them more than ever, and some people seem to be hoarding them. Hand sanitizers are running out everywhere, especially online where they sell out as soon as they hit the market.
Luckily, hand sanitizers are not difficult to produce and many businesses have stepped up and taken the matter into their own hands. There are countless distilleries switching gear to producing hand sanitizers instead of liquor. As manufacturers continue on this route, our supply may finally meet demand.
Today, we received news that the makers of CHI and BioSilk have created hand sanitizers with 77% by volume natural denatured alcohol and organically grown aloe vera from the CHI Organic Gardens. For the official launch, CHI is donating $1 million worth of their hand sanitizer to the cities of Houston & Tomball, TX.
The new CHI Organic Gardens Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer and the BioSilk Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer with Soothing Aloe Vera are both available for purchase at chi.com. Order some hand sanitizers if you need them, but don’t order an excessive amount. Washing hands is more effective so there is no reason to stock up on an unusable amount of hand sanitizer. We want everyone to be able to order some and have some when they need it.
CHI Organic Gardens Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer and BioSilk Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer with Soothing Aloe Vera contain 77% by volume natural denatured alcohol along with Aloe Leaf Extract that is soothing and maintains moisture. The formula also has glycerin and a lemon-citrus fragrance. It will come in four sizes: 25oz, 12oz, 6oz and 2oz.
The creators of CHI & BioSilk are working on production of two more hand sanitizers made with hydrogen peroxide, alcohol and glycerin and is working on antibacterial hand soap.