Purell Hand Sanitizer Review

Purell Hand Sanitizer Review and Giveaway

Purell ShowcaseWhen I was a kid I loved to play and usually when I played I got dirty. I was a kid that, unfortunately, did not always wash my hands. I would be “spoken” to about this and my behavior would change for a week, and then I would slid back into my bad habits. As I got older I saw the utter importance of clean hands – but as a child I did not want to take that extra minute to keep myself safe, I might miss something important. I had many tiny colds as a child, no doubt due to my hand washing habits.

I am now a little over 40 years old and I want to “speak” to that young naïve child. I am guessing though it would not have done any good, I was a pretty stubborn child. I wish I would have received a box of Purell products when I was young, it would have solved one of my worst habits. Good for me I have received a box now and the box I received included a variety of Purell products and included the following:

Purell Wipes2 canisters Purell Wipes – 1 – Fragrant Free and  1- Clean Fresh Scent:  Enclosed in this package are 40 pre-moistened wipes that come in a canister that pops open and closes with ease. These are a nice size that are safe for hands and face which makes them easy to use and really adaptable for any purpose. Plus these will also get stains and soils out – an awesome secondary use! These are available in 15 count packs, 40 count canisters and 70 count canisters.

Purell pumps 8oz2 – 8 oz Purell Hand Sanitizer – 1 – Original Refreshing Gel and 1 – Refreshing Aloe: These are perfect to place in your bathroom, bedroom, office, or kitchen sink. I have one of these at our kitchen sink and when I feel I need more than the hand soap provides this is the perfect addition.

Purell Hand and Jelly holders4 – 1 oz bottles in Jelly Wrap Carriers: I received 4 of these with a couple of Aloe, one Refreshing Gel and one Ocean Kiss scent. These have a snap so that you can attach your Purell to a beach bag, picnic basket, purse, belt loop or anything else in which you want a “to-go” version of your favorite hand sanitizer.

Purell was actually created in 1988 by Gojo Industries in response to the need of healthcare providers and restaurant operators who were looking for a way to reduce the spread of germs within their establishments. Purell is 99.99% effective in killing the most common germs and this makes Purell not only effective but convenient, gentle and easy to use.

With cold and flu season just around the corner this is the perfect combatant. Maybe if this was around when I was young I would have had an easy way to clean my dirty hands and not have to worry about missing any of the fun!

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Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Gojo Industries and Shoplet . This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

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GIVEAWAY: Gojo Industries/Purell is offering a variety pack to my readers!  (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win 2 – canisters of Purell Hand Sanitizing wipes, 2 – 8 oz bottles of Purell hand sanitizer, 4 -1 oz mini Purell travel sanitizing jellies! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on November (11/2/2015) to receive this flu season must have!  Open to residents in the US only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by me by email and prize will be fulfilled by Gojo Industries/Purell/DealsAmongUs. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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73 thoughts on “Purell Hand Sanitizer Review

  1. Ann Fantom

    I try to eat healthy meals, take a daily vitamin, get plenty of sleep and wash my hands frequently.

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  2. Stephanie Phelps

    I try to avoid the flu by having everyone wash their hands when they have been out and using Lysol in the house!

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  5. Fiona N

    Get a flu shot, take vitamin C everyday, and hand washing!
    Thank You for the chance

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  6. Debbie F

    I wash my hands a lot and never ever put anything in my mouth – like people who chew on pencils or pens, bleh, never do that. 😀

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  7. Rosanne

    I try and get a lot of sleep. It seems to be my best defense against getting sick

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  8. Natalia Mc.

    I work with kids and I especially make sure I don’t touch my face and eyes also I frequently wash my hands and use hand antibacterial and take take the proper vitamins as well!

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  9. Katie C

    I avoid the flu by avoiding sick people, by washing/sanitizing my hands, and by not touching my face.

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  10. Stephanie Grant

    Being a Registered Nurse in labor and delivery its important for me to avoid the flu at all costs so I always get my flu shot and make sure to keep my handswashed and sanitizer with me at all times!

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  11. Jennifer Reed

    I try to avoid the flu by getting a flu shot, getting enough sleep, drinking lots of water, and washing my hands often.

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  12. Nancy

    I wash or sanitize my hands frequently. I clean and sanitize the handle of my shopping cart with a wipe before I use it.

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  13. Laura J

    We always wash our hands upon returning home! Try to keep those germs out, but with one in kindergarten…I think the flu will come this year.

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  14. Jennifer S.

    I’ve been taking an Airborne tablet and a multi-vitamin every day for the last few years and wash my hands/use sanitizer often and so far I’ve been pretty lucky with avoiding the flu.

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  15. MaryJo Tsitouris

    I try and get a flu shot every year. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t….

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  16. Carolyn Daley

    I stay away from sick people, take my daily multivitamins, and constantly wash or sanitize my hands.

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  17. Betty C

    I try to avoid crowds during flu season and I try to eat healthy, get plenty of sleep and take my vitamins.

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  18. Patricia Delgado

    We wash hands frequently, get rest and eat healthy. We also sneeze in the crooks of our arms to try and avoid spreading so many germs!

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  19. Kat

    I try to avoid the flu with good hand-washing, extra vitamin C during cold/flu season, and getting proper nutrition.

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  20. Jake B

    Wash my hands and I got the flu shot, so crossing fingers I don’t come down with the flu.

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  21. Laurie Nykaza

    We all get the flu shot and keep our hands washed. No one comes to my whom who has any one sick in theirs. I have no immune system and my son has a heart transplant so its important.

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  22. Laurie Emerson

    I avoid the flu by doing a lot of handwashing and getting my flu shot every year.

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