No Alcohol, All-Natural Formula Avoids Pitfalls of Alcohol-Based Sanitizers
CHARLOTTE, N.C., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- When widespread illness hits, it's easy for individuals to feel helpless to protect themselves and their loved ones. Fortunately, an important way to prevent infection and the spread of illnesses such as Swine Flu (H1N1 Influenza) is as simple as flip, spray and rub your hands clean.
Remi-D, an all-natural hand sanitizer, kills 99.99% of germs with an innovative and healthy approach that avoids the drawbacks of many products. Convenient to use, easy on the hands and fragrant to the nose, Remi-D proves keeping healthy and safe doesn't have to mean drying out your hands or exposing your kids to harmful chemicals.
"A health situation like we're experiencing now is also an opportunity to educate," said Bill Trent, Chief Science Officer, LifeLogic Products. "Dealing with Swine Flu is in many ways about reinforcing good habits, namely cleaning your hands frequently. Remi-D helps you stay healthy from viruses, dry skin and other problems associated with alcohol-based hand sanitizers."
Available across the country at Stop & Shop/GIANT, A&P/Pathmark, ShopRite and The Market Basket stores in the northeast, Fred Meyer Stores across the Western United States, Hannaford/Sweetbay stores in the southeast and on CVS.com, Remi-D is better because:
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- Remi-D uses strong and effective ingredients from nature. It's free of both Triclosan and Paraben, chemicals that have raised health concerns.
- Remi-D is alcohol-free. Alcohol can age, dry out and irritate hands. Remi-D contains natural moisturizers to make your hands look and feel healthier. Additionally, alcohol content can catch fire. Kids may become sick by ingesting it. Remi-D is kid-safe.
- Remi-D kills 99.99% of germs and is effective against MRSA and Staph. Exp
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