Hand Sanitizers come in a variety of forms!
Seems like everybody came out with hand sanitizers this past year. Sometimes it's hard to figure out which one you should use.
First of all, I would suggest that you decide which form you would use yourself or for your family. Things to consider:
1. Convenience. No point running out and buying a gigantic jug that you will need to constantly refill little containers with.
2. Family Size: How many people are in your family and how much do you really use?
3. Pump, Spray, Tube? Which is handier for you. Do you prefer a small handpump size that the family can all use as they exit the house? Do you prefer a spray bottle that you can carry with you in your purse or automobile or a childs backpack? Do you prefer a tube that you can close the cap on and carry with you?
My suggestion is to pick the form that you know you and your family will enjoy using.
(I've used all three types and I personally found the tube type to be the least convenient as most of the time, the contents squeezed out in a big blob and I ended up with way too much in my hand and had to wipe it off on a tissue.
Pumps are a great form for the front entryway for guests or as you are leaving the house.
My favorite is actually a small purse spray bottle from Ella Bianca that conveniently fits in my car and purse. I love that it is organic and has the hyaluronic acid in it to keep my hands hydrated so they don't dry out.
If you like a hand-sanitizer, this one is 500 ml and easy to use.
There are 39 to choose from at my store, just type in hand sanitizer to search for one that suits your needs.
Or you might want to consider making your own. I have also done that and found it worked very well too. I used a combination of 99% ethanol alcohol, shea butter, coconut oil, aloe vera gel and lavendar essential oil in mine.