PENNSAUKEN, N.J. — (06-12-20) — Williams Trading Co. announces the arrival of M.D. Science Lab’s new Premium OTC Hand Sanitizer with Tea Tree Oil & Aloe.
Offering two different formulas – one containing alcohol, one alcohol-free, this hand sanitizer kills 99.9% of germs, and contains aloe for softer, more moisturized skin, and tea tree oil – an ingredient known for its antimicrobial, antifungal, antiviral, and antiseptic properties.
Tea tree oil is becoming increasingly popular in adult products, and can be found in both lubricants and toy cleaners – and now hand sanitizer!
The Alcohol-free version of this product contains Benzalkonium Chloride, which is known to kill 99.9% of germs, and is perfect for those who want an alcohol-free formula.
M.D. Science Lab Premium OTC Hand Sanitizer with Tea Tree Oil & Aloe is available in (2) sizes – an alcohol-free 12oz spray, and a 3oz squeeze bottle that contains 70% alcohol, which is great to take on the go:
Unlike other hand sanitizers on the market, M.D. Science Lab Premium OTC Hand Sanitizer with Tea Tree Oil & Aloe is less drying on the hands, which makes it great for frequent use; the moisturizing aloe keeps skin soft and hydrated, while the active ingredient and tea tree oil helps kill germs.
“The timing is perfect as new adult stores begin to reopen across the US and prepare for COVID-19 clean-up before opening,” Rich Pyne, Vice President of Sales at WTC told JRL. “We have also added these new sanitizers to our e-commerce data feed for our drop shipment customers,” said Pyne.
This must stock is also made in the U.S.A, non-toxic and non-flammable! There is no need to rinse or dry one’s hands after use.
Make sure to take advantage of the popular Williams Trading Co. Drop Shipment Program.
Article by: Andy Powell, Staff Writer
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