70% ethyl alcohol hand spray (bergamot & lavender) 180 ml | Mamas for Mamas
If your skin could talk, it would tell you that not all alcohol hand sanitizers are created equal. Our focus in creating this premium vegan formula for you was to deliver the antiseptic cleansing action you need while minimizing collateral damage to your skin.
Our 70% ethyl alcohol formula is made with Canadian grain alcohol from non-gmo corn, meadowfoam seed oil to hydrate your skin and lock in moisture, and essential oils of bergamot and lavender. Health Canada approved to kill harmful bacteria/germs. NPN 80100500.
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Life's not perfect, but together we can help make it better.
A small percentage of our inventory may have cosmetic imperfections such as creased or crooked labels, or smudged ink. By purchasing these factory seconds, you can support Mamas for Mamas, an award-winning Canadian charitable organization whose mission it is to bring hope to mamas in crisis and help end poverty for families nationwide.
Mamas for Mamas
Mamas for Mamas is a specialized poverty relief agency and an all inclusive community for mothers and caregivers. We envision a future where no mama or child is left behind.
Mamas for Mamas is a registered charitable organization that supports low-income families, helping them overcome the impact of poverty and a lack of basic resources. They address issues around food insecurity and basic human requirements such as shelter and clothing, homelessness, mental health challenges, child welfare concerns and any other barriers that prevent these families from ending the cycle of poverty and related trauma.