Earth-friendly uV technology that minimizes waste & chemical use
Hand sanitizers are a popular and convenient way to keep our hands clean, but they can be detrimental to the environment. Many hand sanitizers contain harsh chemicals, such as triclosan, that can seep into the soil and water, disrupting the delicate balance of ecosystems.
Additionally, these chemicals can enter the food chain and have an adverse effect on animals and humans. Hand sanitizers also contain alcohol, which is flammable and can lead to fires in certain conditions. Furthermore, most hand sanitizers are packaged in single-use plastics that take hundreds of years to decompose and contribute to the plastic pollution crisis. It is important to be mindful of the environmental impacts of hand sanitizers and use them responsibly.
The solution to the growing epidemic of plastics being wasted via hand sanitizers
The solution to the growing epidemic of plastics and hand wipes being wasted via hand sanitizers is UltraBLŪ UV-C light.
UV-C sterilization and disinfection effectively kills a wide range of viruses, bacteria and molds in water, air, or on surfaces.
Also, research currently shows that UV-C irradiance can effectively inactivate SARS and common cold coronaviruses (single strand RNA).
Furthermore, UV-C light has a much lower carbon footprint than your traditional hand sanitizer and you can feel better knowing your that one step closer to living a sustainable life.