Elyptol - Elyptol Antimicrobial Hand Sanitiser Gel

RRP: $4.50

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Non-toxic
Formulated from excellent, non-toxic ingredients.
Ethical
Elyptol is endorsed and registered by some of the world’s leading regulatory, safety, effectiveness and green monitoring organisations, such as; the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA), the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), Environmental Working Group (EWG) and Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA). This means you can be assured of the safety, efficacy, transparency, quality, eco-friendliness of their products. Manufactured in Australia, Elyptol products use locally sourced ingredients and are animal cruelty-free.
Sustainable
Elyptol’s plant-derived formula is natural; it is manufactured using grains and sugarcane to produce ethanol, which is then combined with natural eucalyptus oil. It’s a Type 1 eco-certified and professionally registered hand sanitiser. Packaging comprises recyclable, reusable and biodegradable components. Elyptol also reduces its carbon footprint by producing products locally and minimising shipping world-wide.
Responsible
Elyptol has partnered with not-for-profit conservation effort WildArk to help raise funds to purchase 3,000 acres in the Great Dividing Range of NSW, to provide critical habitat for native animals, including koalas. Elyptol will donate $5 from every purchase of two 500mL gels to WildArk.

What our experts say...

I really loved the scent of this product and how it didn’t leave a sticky feeling on my hands afterwards. It is the perfect size to be kept in my bag or on the go. I also appreciated the detachable clip that came with the product so that I could clip it to my bag if I liked or remove it. I also really appreciated the biodegradable packaging for the product.

– Stephanie Kurlow

I’m a big fan of this fantastic gel. It leaves my skin less dry than other sanitisers and I love the fresh, sweet eucalyptus scent. With recommendations for hand sanitisers to be rubbed into the skin for 30 seconds or more, I find this easier to achieve with a gel, as ethanol liquids evaporate so quickly. I love that these come in bigger refills so that I can keep topping up my small bottles and save on packaging.

–Emily Fletcher

It’s more concentrated than the spray version and in a way easier to use ergonomically as I only have to push down the lid. I found I used less of the gel than spray in quantity so it’s actually more effective.

–Ria Andriani

I liked the fact that the packaging was functional, with the clip to make it portable and easy to find when you need it. I think it is incredibly important that the brand value transparency so highly – I wish every business was like this. Their work with WildArk is commendable and I really appreciate the fact that they are supporting Australian wildlife conservation.

–Sam Christian

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