With the recent spread of the corona virus around the world, many people buy hand sanitizers and hand soaps, but they are unsure of the differences between the two products.
There is a big difference between hand sanitizer and hand soap. Hand sanitizer is classified as a medical aid or a quasi-drug, whereas hand soap is considered as one of beauty supplies.
Hand sanitizer is a water-free product that sterilizes and disinfects your skin. On the other hand, hand soap should be used in the presence of water and is used for cleanliness rather than disinfection.
Our McKill Hand Sanitizer, approved by the Korean Food and Drug Agency (KFDA), has an excellent water-free disinfecting effect with 65% ethanol and contains various extracts such as green tea, aloe, rosemary, ginger, grapefruit, and red pepper.
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