The latest research carried out by new Hypochlorous hand sanitiser Steril-eeze has revealed that worryingly, we are relaxing our hand hygiene, with 25% fewer people now hand sanitising up to five times a day than in lockdown one.
Nearly a quarter of us cite the forthcoming vaccine as the reason for relaxing our hand hygiene, with a fifth saying they are less scared of the impact of the virus and some also blaming laziness and the impact of hand sanitiser on their skin, or ‘lockdown hands’.
TV’s Dr Sarah Jarvis is Medical Advisor to Steril-eeze, she told us…..
“Hand hygiene is so important. Always have a hand sanitiser with you for when you’re out and about and can’t access soap and water or if you need to sanitise a door handle or surface. Hand sanitisers that contain at least 60% alcohol are highly effective. However, if you find your skin is irritated and dry as a result of these, hand sanitiser containing 300 PPM (parts per million) hypochlorous acid can offer an effective alternative which is kinder to skin.”
You may well have heard or seen Sarah over the years, she is well known as a trusted and reliable source of medical advice through her various media roles as Resident GP on BBC R2’s The Jeremy Vine Show, Good Morning Britain, Channel 5 and ITV News.
SOUTH WALES LIFE spoke to Sarah to find out more about the sanitising ritual and just how important it is to keep up our regular disciplines.
Steril-eeze is 99.99% effective against viruses and bacteria, contains 300 PPM hypochlorous acid, and it’s alcohol-free, non-sting, and doesn’t irritate or dry out skin, so it’s kind to hands.
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