Septiheal Sanitizer


SeptiHeal 60/100/200/500 ML & 5Liter (Sanitizer 70% Alcohol)

SeptiHeal Hand sanitizer, also called hand antiseptics, hand rubs or hand rubs, agent applied to the hands to remove common pathogens (pathogenic organisms). SeptiHeal Hand Sanitizers usually come in the form of foam, gel or liquid. Their use is recommended if soap and water are not available for hand washing or if repeated hand washing affects the natural skin barrier. Although the effectiveness of the septiHeal hand sanitizer is variable, it is used as a simple means of infection control in a variety of environments, from daycare centers and schools to hospitals and health clinics and supermarkets to cruise ships.

The WHO offers two simple formulations to make your own SeptiHeal hand sanitizer liquids in limited or remote areas where workers do not have access to sinks or other hand-cleaning equipment. One of these formulations uses 80% ethanol, and the other uses 75% isopropyl alcohol, also known as rubbing alcohol. Both recipes contain a small amount of hydrogen peroxide to prevent microbes from growing in the disinfectant, and a little glycerin eat toning to moisturize the skin and prevent dermatitis.


How does it work?

It works by killing cells, not human cells. It kills microbial cells. This is based on the use of 70 percent isopropanol alcohol that rubs alcohol.  It is the concentration of rubbing alcohol that is most effective in killing germs, it is even more effective than 100 percent. Since it has a little water in it, it improves penetration. In the case of a virus, disinfectants work by disturbing the outer fur of the virus. They work for a bacterium by disturbing their cell membrane.


According to 2014 Clinical Microbiology overview, alcohol destroys pathogens or pathogens by disintegration of proteins, dividing cells into parts or disruption of cellular metabolism. Only 30% alcoholic solution has a certain ability to kill pathogens and increase the effectiveness of alcoholic strength. Studies have shown that alcohol kills more bacteria and viruses, when concentrations exceed 60%, and that when concentrations increase, alcohol works faster. But it seems that the alcohol content is about 90-95%.

Are you inhaling the disinfectant by hand?

SeptiHeal Hand Cleaner’s not breathing. The bottle may have an expiration date because the hygiene conditions are regulated by the FDA, which requires something on the packaging, including the expiration date. The shelf-life must be the last date on which the product contains an ingredient showing the quantity on the label.