Regular use of hand sanitizer is an important protection measure against viruses and germs. But not all hand sanitizers are safe for children. Experts do not recommend buying alcohol antiseptics for young children. In our opinion, Children's Antimicrobial Hand Spray by Evalar is a great option for children. It contains no alcohol and is based on the well-known Russian antiseptic benzildimethyl[3-(myristoylamino)propyl] ammonium chloride monohydrate, which is used to protect children from skin infections from birth. 1 This pocket-size spray will be always at child’s hand: in a pocket of a school uniform, jacket or backpack.
The antiseptic in our spray has a wide range of antimicrobial action. 2 At the same time it does not irritate the skin1,3 unlike alcohol, and very rarely causes allergic reactions. 1
It is no secret that many "adult" alcohol-based sanitizers damage the lipid layer of the skin, so it loses moisture faster, peels and cracks. The antiseptic in Children's Antimicrobial Hand Spray by Evalar does not damage the skin cells, but rather promotes its regeneration.
Moreover, the composition of the new product is supplemented by:
Chamomile extract, with anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and soothing properties;
D-panthenol, which helps to relieve irritation, soothes the skin, has anti-inflammatory and regenerating effect.
That's why Children's Antimicrobial Hand Spray by Evalar is suitable for frequent use.
And here are a few more benefits! The product does not leave a sticky layer, does not need to be washed off and does not stain clothes. Instead, a light aroma of ripe strawberries reminds you of its recent use!
1 Digital source: https://medi.ru/instrukciya/miramed-evalar_26740/ (date of reference: 13.10.2021).
2 Volodchenko N.P. Aseptic and antiseptic: a textbook for students. Blagoveshchensk: State Budgetary Educational Inst. of Higher Professional Education of the Academy of Medical Academy, 2011. Ń. 95-96.
3 Detergents, cleaners and disinfectants. Applied organic chemistry / À.T. Soldatenkov, TA Le, HH Truong, AI Komarova, T.K. Mandal, N.M. Kolyadina / edited by A.T. Soldatenkov. - Hanoi: Vietnam National University Press, 2014. Ń. 61-62.