Stero-san Hand Sanitiser Gel 50ml - Effective against germs & viruses
This hand sanitiser with alcohol that ensures your hands are kept clean, allowing you to maintain frequent hand hygiene and prevent the spread of infection. It can kill up to 99.999% of germs.
Sterosan hand sanitiser gel 50ml is ideal for quick hand hygiene and effective against germs & viruses
Our Sterosan 50ml hand sanitiser gel has been made with a proven tried and tested formula that has stood the test of time and been a favourite for many of our customers
- Unique formula
- Superior protection against germs
- 1-2 quick pumps are all you need
- 70% alcohol antiseptic gel with moisturisers and added emollients, providing special skin protection.
- The alternative to soap and water when washing your hands is impractical or inconvenient.
- Sterosan hand rub has been demonstrated to conform to the EN1500 Standard.
- Testing performed by the Hospital Infection Research Laboratory, City Hospital, Dudley Road, Birmingham, UK.
Did you know that the percentage of the active ingredient in hand sanitiser decreases over time, making an old or expired hand sanitiser less effective? Find out more in our blog post - 'Can hand sanitisers expire?'
This unique formula has been dermatologically tested and includes moisturisers and added emollients providing special skin protection that won't dry out your hands with continued use. It is suitable for use on sensitive skin.
Convenient 50ml spray bottle
1 or 2 quick sprays are all you need of this hand gel with clip, you can keep it close at all times if clipped to your pocket or belt – plus, it will not leak when it's upside down! It's small enough to fit in your pocket.
This product is also available in a larger 500ml bottle with a pump – ideal for multiple users in shared environments. Providing staff with a hand sanitiser will help to prevent the spread of infection in shared spaces. It’s important to be aware of the high touch areas in your workplace.
Using a good quality hand sanitiser is the best way you can guarantee protection against germs and viruses that live on the skin of our hands. Although you may be tempted by cheaper alternatives, the low price comes at a high cost to your health and protection against germs. Cheaper substandard hand sanitiser gels are manufactured using a high alcohol content and use this as the basis of their selling approach. Beware of these kinds of products which are being heavily advertised during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Dry or chapped hands are more susceptible to infections and can accommodate increased germs and pathogens - which is why it's important to choose a formulation that contains emollients and has a desirable consistency. Read more about this in our guide to choosing the right hand sanitiser.
At Steroplast Healthcare, we care about what goes into our products and provide our customers with only the highest quality, tried and tested products that meet British Standards. Our hand sanitiser formulas contain 70% alcohol, moisturisers, and emollients to provide special skin protection. We have been developing and manufacturing our products for over 25 years and know what it takes to make a product that is worth investing in – that's why we are trusted by the NHS and healthcare professionals.
Hand hygiene is an important part of the individual action we can all take to protect against everyday germs. See our full range of recommended products for everything you need to protect yourself and your business from everyday viruses, including face masks, aprons, gloves, PPE packs and surface wipes.
Are you part of the national COVID-19 vaccination programme? Our full range of vaccination centre essentials includes more injection equipment, post-injection disposables and PPE.
See our blog post for a full checklist of our vaccination essentials and more information on how to keep your vaccination programme running smoothly.
Did you know that four million people in Europe suffer from a healthcare-associated infection every year? Public Health England state that HAI's could be prevented with more hand hygiene measures implemented in healthcare environments. For more information on the importance of hand sanitiser in a veterinary clinic, check out our blog 'A veterinary clinic cleaning protocol: What it is and what to consider'