Liquid: 80% Ethanol v/v
Gel: 70% Ethanol v/v
For external use only. Flammable. Keep away from heat or flame.
- in children less than 2 months of age
- on open skin wounds
keep out of eyes, ears and mouth. In case of contact with eyes, rinse eyes thoroughly with water.
if irritation or rash occurs. These may be signs of a serious condition.
If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
- Place enough product on hands to cover all surfaces, Rub hands together until dry.
- Supervise children under 6 years of age when using this product to avoid swallowing.
- Store between 15-31C (59-86F)
- Avoid freezing and excessive heat above 40C (104F)
Liquid: glycerin, hydrogen peroxide, purified water USP.
Gel: carbomer aminomethyl propanol, methyl gluceth-20, purified water USP
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Lewisberry, PA 17339
FDA Hand Sanitizer Production Guidelines
The FDA has established a number of guidelines pertaining to the production of hand sanitizer, including specific ingredient requirements and restrictions. Approved ingredients for use in liquid hand sanitizer are limited to:
Along with utilizing only the approved ingredients, we have also closely followed the FDA recommended guidelines for formulation, which is based upon a formula consistent with that established by the World Health Organization. By closely adhering to guidelines and recommendations by both the FDA and WHO, we have been able to ensure that our hand sanitizer is safe and effective for use in combating the spread of COVID-19.
Approved Hand Sanitizer Usage
Slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus has meant the addition of a variety of germ-eliminating practices into our daily lives, and the use of hand sanitizer is one. As of now, washing hands with soap and cleansing with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer are the only known methods of readily eliminating harmful/infectious bacteria from the skin. While both the FDA and WHO recommend choosing to wash hands at home and whenever possible, hand sanitizer is an approved alternative when soap and water are unavailable.
Unlike water, hand sanitizer may not be effective in cleansing the hands when they are oily, coated in pesticides or toxins, or are otherwise dirty. Though hand sanitizer is effective for killing unwanted/harmful bacteria, it cannot eliminate dirt, grime, heavy metals, certain chemicals, and more. For best results, use hand sanitizer on relatively clean hands.
In public, hand sanitizer should be used regularly, especially after touching items in public like door handles, elevator buttons, countertops, and so on. In order to ensure the hand sanitizer is most effective, apply hand sanitizer to one hand while holding the bottle in the other, then immediately replace the bottle in your pocket, purse, backpack, or bag. Rub your hands together, making sure to get between the fingers, and repeat as needed. Once you arrive home, be sure to wash your hands with hot soapy water for a minimum of 20 seconds, even if you have sanitized multiple times throughout the day.
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Protecting the environment is the nature of our business
CRS is committed to preserving the environment as evidenced through every facet of our operation. Our primary line of business is to convert industrial fluids into a reusable product while simultaneously reducing waste disposal. Our on-site business model reduces the risk of material spillage or emission by limiting the transportation of such materials, and we directly support the solar industry whose energy is a renewable resource.