A: I see it as late 2023 as expire date
A: The expiry date for items on-line and in-store will be a minimum of 18 months from time of purchase.
A: This product, Purell Naturals Advanced Hand Sanitizer, uses exclusively plant-based ethyl alcohol as its active ingredient. Some alcohol is created in laboratory and is therefore not natural, but synthetic. Hand sanitizers, in general, use varying different ingredients including ethyl alcohol/ethanol (natural and/or synthetic antimicrobial/antiseptic), isopropyl alcohol/isopropanol (natural and/or synthetic antimicrobial/antiseptic), and benzalkonium chloride (synthetic antibacterial). Other Purell products do not disclose the source of their active ingredient, but Purell Naturals Advanced Hand Sanitizer is USDA certified for bio-based content 93%. It is also naturally fragranced using essential oils, and is triclosan, preservative, and paraben free.
A: Purell Naturals is the same retail as the other Purell items. Purell Naturals is free of Triclosan, parabens and preservatives. Essential oils are added and it is plant based alcohol.
A: It has a citrus like scent with the naturally scented Essential Oils. Of course, does smell like alcohol initially as it is 70% ethyl alcohol
A: Yes, PURELL Naturals is free of triclosan, parabens and phthalates. PURELL Naturals is Ecologo certified, a USDA Biobased Certified product,
A: This product offers an active ingredient of 70% ethyl alcohol. The CDC (in the prevention of novel coronavirus/COVID-19 spread) recommends you use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. This product exceeds CDC recommendations.
A: It's 70% Ethyl Alcohol
A: Yes, the top unscrews and you may refill the bottle
A: Ohio - GOJO is an Akron OH based company and all manufacturing facilities are in Ohio
A: The percentage of alcohol is 70%
A: The active ingredient is 70% Ethyl Alcohol, which is derived naturally in this product. One of the inactive ingredients listed, is Isopropyl Alcohol. Ethyl Alcohol is what most hand sanitizers use as an active ingredient whereas Isopropyl Alcohol is rubbing alcohol. Both offer germ-killing properties.