Hand sanitizers that don’t leave harmful residues
With the more rigorous hand-washing procedures, I noticed that my daughter’s hands are getting a bit too dry.
Our family usually only uses regular soap & water for hand washing daily. But if you’re out and about a lot, or are in a job where you’re exposed to many different people, #handsanitizers may come in handy.
Be sure to choose one that doesn’t leave harmful residues if you can, although at this time, staying safe is of the utmost importance.
#Handygel is part of the #NutritionalImmunology family of products (the dietary supplements that our family uses). It contains cactus and many other botanical plant extracts, and doesn’t leave harmful residues on our skin. Instead, it provides a protective layer that moisturizes. It’s also a good option if you find that too much soap & water is starting to make your skin too dry.
Taking precautions is important. It minimizes your risks of exposure. But remember, nourishing the immune system is also crucial. At the end of the day, our body has to fight off whatever pathogens we contract, and only a strong and healthy immune system can do that effectively.
- Make sure to load up on healthy foods: loads of fresh vegetables, fruits, mushrooms, omega 3 fatty acids, etc.
- Stay away from processed and oily foods that weaken our immune system.
- Get plenty of rest.
- Drink plenty of water, and cut out sugary beverages.
- Don’t need to fear or panic.
Stay safe, stay well.
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