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Product of the Week Boolamarr Hand Sanitiser

May 05, 2017

With the cold and flu season rapidly setting in, it's important we do what we can to avoid the spread of germs. 

Effective Hand Hygiene

While washing hands with soap and water in a thick lather for 20 seconds, is the best way to kill germs... we do not always have the convenience of soap and water when we need it. Nor, can we always be confident that our grubby little angels have actually washed their hands properly! That's why a no-water sanitiser, like Boolamarr Hand Sanitiser is an essential for home, work and on the go. Rubbing hands with sanitiser for 15 seconds is ideal, but poor hand sanitiser use still beats poor hand washing when it comes to killing germs! 

Killing Those Germs!

Alcohol based hand sanitisers are tremendously effective in preventing the spread of the seasonal flu, H1N1, colds and other viral-and bacterial-based disease. Boolamarr carefully formulated their hand sanitiser with naturally derived ethanol from sugar, grown and produced here in Australia. Boolamarr Hand Sanitiser contains 60% ethanol, the recommended prevent to ensure effective sanitising. 

Non-alcohol based sanitisers may not work for all germs, but only reduce the growth of germs rather than kill them, and are more likely to irritate skin. 

No Dry Skin with Boolamarr (the big secret)

Alcohol dries skin, so Boolamarr has added the unique Sandalwood Seed Oil to help the prevention of dry, sore hands. Sandalwood Seed Oil is grown and produced in Western Australia. An ancient elixir that has been used for many generations in Aboriginal culture. Sandalwood Seed Oil contains high levels of oleic acid, the same moisturising property in our favourite oils such as jojoba, almond, macadamia and olive oil. Our customers love the benefit of sandalwood seed oil and tell us that repetitive use of Boolamarr hand sanitiser does not dry the skin. 

A Little Bit of Nature to Linger on Your Skin

Lemon Myrtle is quickly becoming a popular fragrance and is now used in many gourmet foods. However, most of us have not had the privilege of experiencing the pure essential oil of Australian Lemon Myrtle. Boolamarr contains Australian grown and produced natural Lemon Myrtle essential oil. The natural fragrance lingers on the skin lasting much longer than a synthetic fragrance. We just love the fresh relaxing aroma of Australian Lemon Myrtle! 

Something we didn't know was that Lemon Myrtle is more potent than pure tea tree in killing bacteria! With this added natural anti bacterial not only do you get to enjoy the unique Australian aroma, but you can be sure your hands (and your little grubby angels) are free from bacteria!

Boolamarr 500ml Hand Sanitiser is on special for the first time, this week only!!

This special ends Saturday 13th May 2017. Be quick!


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