Kindr on eczema
Eczema and alcohol gels don't mix! The toxicity of hand sanitisers containing alcohol can cause so much extra pain to anyone suffering from eczema or any other skin condition.
Not a good mix
Eczema and alcohol gels don't mix! The toxicity of hand sanitisers containing alcohol can cause so much extra pain to anyone suffering from eczema or any other skin condition. We are told by the Government to use them as they are the most effective method to contain the spread of coronavirus. But is this true?
Acts quick and lasts
Kindr foaming sanitiser has been clinically tested to kill 99.999% of germs and bacteria, within 30 seconds and lasts for up to 4 hours on your skin. Unlike most alcohol-based sanitisers which are only tested to a kill rate of 99.9% and once the alcohol has evaporated the skin is no longer protected.
The ingredients in Kindr make it effective for up to 4 hours as it coats the skin with a film of protection, which also nourishes and rehydrates the skin.
Kindr has conducted studies with people suffering from skin conditions, including eczema and found that 100% of people tested agreed that using Kindr Foaming Sanitiser had definitely helped the dry skin, itching, and flare ups.
Mums know best
Emily from Leeds said, “My 4 year old daughter suffers with eczema on the backs of her hands. At the start of lockdown they would get so itchy and sore from using the alcohol-based hand sanitisers. Once we switched to Kindr her hands were better within days. There was also no more complaints about slimy smelly sanitizer from the shops and she was happy to use the fragrance free foam.”
Another eczema sufferer claimed; "The sanitiser felt really nice and I didn’t get any tingles, soreness or itching when I used it. My hands haven’t flared up at all from using it (although I did have a bit of a flare up from something - tends to be cleaning products so my hands still are a bit dry but not from the sanitiser).”