The main purpose of washing hands is to remove dirt and sterilize. We may have this problem in the face of cleaning products such as soaps, perfumed soaps, Antibacterial Hand Sanitizers, etc. What is the difference between the three? Which one should I choose to wash my hands?
From the experimental results, the sterilization effect of the hand sanitizer is slightly better than that of the soap. In addition, the hand sanitizer is a push-type outlet, and the probability of cross-infection is greatly reduced compared to the repeated use of soap.
However, not all hand sanitizers contain the same ingredients. When purchasing Foam Hand Sanitizer, you should check the content of active ingredients marked on the product label.
Some hand sanitizers are labeled with alcohol, p-aminobenzoic acid and isopropanol instead of alcohol. However, in any form, the active ingredient content should be between 60% and -95%. Too low or too high will affect the bactericidal effect.
In addition, although the hand washing liquid has a remarkable bactericidal effect, the decontamination ability is weak, and the dirt adhering to the skin of the skin, such as dust, dirt, blood stains, etc., cannot be effectively removed. In this case, it is not enough to use only hand sanitizer. It should be decontaminated with soap and then disinfected with hand sanitizer.
Soap is more alkaline than soap, and its detergency is better than soap, but it is also more harmful to the skin than soap.
Need to remind everyone that when using hand sanitizer, not a lot of good, only need to press a drop at a time is enough. After repeatedly washing on the hands, rinse with running water for more than 15 seconds, so that the Personal Use Hand Sanitizer can be thoroughly cleaned.
Although many hand sanitizers contain skin care ingredients, they will still cause the skin of the hands to dry to some extent, so it is best to apply hand cream after washing.