Hand Sanitizers - Just a Passing Trend or a Habit to Keep?

Hand Sanitizers - Just a Passing Trend or a Habit to Keep?
The latest trend in safety precautions as far as health and wellness is concerned are hand sanitizers which are currently, in the wake of the pandemic outbreak, selling faster than hot cakes and often in bulk. If memory serves me correctly, never before can I recall another hygiene product that has suddenly become the highest priority in everyone's shopping list. In the wake of the pandemic outbreak, and as a viable means to keep disease-producing germs at bay, sanitizers with high alcohol content as much as up to 70% are also in high demand. This is a direct outcome of the newsflash that alcohol serves as a very useful agent in destroying COVID 19 carrier germs completely. On a humorous note, this revelation drove a major chunk of people into stocking up on alcohol for consumption under the impression that it would destroy germs within as well. So the question arises how effective are they in creating a protective circle for its users when despite a surge in sales, the number of COVID affected patients is continuously on the rise as well?

Are Hand Sanitizers a bane or a boon?
Human Beings are most vulnerable in a state of panic. That is a scientifically proven fact. Panic is mostly driven by fear and with the fear of death imminent on everyone's minds, people are stocking up on hand sanitizers, expecting them to work like magic. But hand sanitizers don't guarantee instant protection neither do they draw an imaginary armor to keep unwanted foreign bodies out. Hand Sanitizers are merely agents of enabling good hygiene. Goof hygiene leads to good health and health is wealth. But good hygiene is seldom an overnight outcome. Good hygiene is generally an outcome of years of sincere and stringent health practices and acquired habits. Exercising the same over years and years of existence leads to the build-up of a strong natural immune system that keeps the body fit and healthy. A healthy body can never become a shelter for bacteria and germs. In the event an individual has overlooked or neglected such desirable health practices in the past, then their natural immune system may not be foolproof to fight against disease-producing germs. Then an artificial agent is required to compensate for the shortcoming and that is when anti-microbial and anti-bacterial hand sanitizers come into play. They uplift a deteriorating immune system and enable it with much-needed strength to restore its ability to protect the body in its fight against harmful foreign bodies. Hand Sanitizers are more effective than bathing soap due to their antimicrobial properties and the high alcohol content in them. As a result, they are recommended to be used more often than soap to wash hands after external exposure.

What is a good example of a recommended hand sanitizer?
Out of the in numerous brands that have mushroomed over the last few months to cater to the growing demands of the market, very few actually match the desired or medically approved standards of manufacturing or production. Regular and frequent use of such products may affect the skin on the hands for the worse. A good and recommended hand sanitizer is one that is medically proven to be completely effective against germs without compromising the quality of the skin and adheres to the necessary production standards by governing bodies. A good hand sanitizer should be effective, and at the same time contributing beneficially to the skin of the user, thereby prompting regular use.

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