Hand sanitizer has become a gym bag and locker room staple. But who knew it could do more for athletes than protect from germs?
Fans of Infectiguard Hand Sanitizer (www.infectiguard.com) have written in to its manufacturer, Dr. Fresh Inc., extolling the virtues of the unique non-drying lotion formula not just as a safeguard against bacteria, but as a soothing remedy for minor muscle aches related to over-use.
Infectiguard Hand Sanitizer is a skin-friendly alcohol-based hand sanitizer developed with the input of dermatologists. Infectiguard’s formula contains a generous quotient of germ killing alcohol (62%) but is not harsh like pure rubbing alcohol, which has been used as a common home remedy for minor sports-induced muscle soreness.
While traditional hand sanitizers evaporate almost instantly to leave skin dry irritated and smelling of alcohol, Infectiguard has a luxurious helping of aloe and Vitamin E and has a silky, lotion like texture which can easily be massaged into skin, further helping to increase blood flow in the tissues. And it won’t leave skin smelling like it just got vaccinated.