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Premium Antibacterial Hand Sanitizer Gel

All Sizes Available Now!

Enhanced with Moisturizing Aloe, Antibacterial Tea Tree Oil, and Peppermint Oil, Leaving Your Skin Refreshed, and Germ-Free.

Antibacterial Hand Sanitizer in all sizes

Made in the USA
Manufactured in Our Own Los Angeles Facility

Safe High Quality Ingredients
70% Pharmaceutical Grade Ethyl Alcohol

Registered & Licensed
FDA Registered, OTC Licensed Facility

Non-Toxic Ethyl Alcohol

Ethanol (Ethyl Alcohol) is a natural byproduct of a plant fermentation process, and is effective in killing microorganisms like bacteria, fungi and viruses.

Moisturizing Aloe

Aloe Vera extract is 99.5% water, and contains nearly 20 amino acids and minerals that contribute to healthy, hydrated, youthful looking skin.

Essential Oils

We’ve added Tea Tree and Peppermint oils, which both have potent antibacterial, antiseptic, and inflammatory properties, they also smell great!

RxCleanse™ Antibacterial Hand Sanitizers

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What Our Customers Are Saying

I love the consistency. I know it sounds crazy to be in love with a sanitizer but I just received my order and love the feel of Rx Cleanse on my hands. Great formula, thank you! I will definitely buy this again.

Judy B.
Restaurant server | Woodland Hills, CA

I am a Registered Nurse from Los Angeles, CA and my job requires me to constantly wash my hands throughout a 12hr shift. RxCleanse hand sanitizer helps keep my hands from drying out which prevents my skin from cracking! I am impressed by how smooth and clean my hands feel after using RXCleanse.

Jody M.
Registered Nurse | Los Angeles, CA

Im a mom and wanted something that was less harsh on my children's hands. Compared to some other sanitizers I’ve tried, RxCleanse seems to leave my children's hands less dry. Thank you!

Michelle K.
Mother of Two | Santa Clarita, CA

Recent Articles

The importance of hand hygiene; when and how to wash your hands, when and how to use hand sanitizers, use in hospitals and large organizations, sanitizers for small children, overall infection control.

In June 2020, amid the Coronavirus pandemic that greatly increased the need for hand sanitizer worldwide, a large recall of certain sanitizer brands was recommended by the FDA due to the potential presence of toxic methanol.

Not all hand sanitizers are created equal. As countless companies have started selling various versions of hand sanitizer, the market has become a kind of “wild west” in terms of ingredients and safety.