Easy Homemade Hand Sanitizer You Can Make in 2 Minutes

You can’t avoid germs. You can’t avoid touching things with your hands, so you can’t avoid coming into contact with germs.

But, you can clean your hands regularly to take germs from making you sick or getting your family members sick.

I always make it a priority to keep a small bottle of hand sanitizer in my purse.

You never know when you’ll need it and it’s extremely convenient to have when you can’t wash your hands right away.

But, with the most recent panic, hand sanitizer has been so hard to find.

I went to CVS, Walmart, Walgreens, and Publix, and they were all sold out of hand sanitizer.

All of the store associates told me they were completely sold out and had no idea when hand sanitizer would be back in stock.

Never in a million years did I think it would be so hard to find hand sanitizer!

But
that’s ok. Hand sanitizer is fairly easy to make and I believe the
homemade version is safer to use than the store-bought version (that’s
my opinion, not facts).

If you’re having a hard time finding
hand sanitizer due to the panic, keep reading to find out how you can
make your own hand sanitizer to disinfect your hands with.

First,
you will need a few materials/ingredients to make homemade hand
sanitizer. I advise that you get to the store as soon as possible to get
these items. Once people found out that they can make hand sanitizer,
they will grab these items up quickly!

Materials needed:

  • Aloe Vera Gel
  • 91% Rubbing Alcohol
  • Tea tree oil
  • Distilled water
  • A small squirt bottle

Instructions on how to make homemade hand sanitizer:

  1. Measure out ¼ cup of aloe vera gel. Take the 1/4 cup of aloe Vera gel and pour it into a mixing bowl.
  2. Pour I tablespoon (15 MLS) of rubbing alcohol into the mixing bowl.
  3. Add 15 drops of tea tree oil. Tea tree oil has antibacterial properties that will help kill germs on your hands.
  4. Pour one tablespoon of distilled water into the bowl.
  5. Stir until all of the ingredients are mixed well.
  6. Pour your homemade hand sanitizer in a small, travel-size squirt bottle.
  7. Make multiple batches of homemade hand sanitizer to give to friends and family.

In conclusion,

Germs
are everywhere, and it’s better to be safe than sorry! This panic has
everyone buying hand sanitizer like crazy, so you can use this DIY
homemade hand sanitizer recipe to make your own. Do you have any tips to
add? If so, tell me about them in the comment section below.

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