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Where to buy hand sanitizer right now

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Turn to online retailers instead of your usual grocery store.

Can’t find hand sanitizer in stores? Try these online storefronts instead.

Months into the coronavirus pandemic
in the US and basic household hygiene items like hand soap and hand sanitizer are still flying off of store shelves. Fortunately, many online retailers still have stock, although some may not be able to ship to you right away. 

Many of these brands didn’t make hand sanitizer before the coronavirus pandemic, but as demand for the product rose, they saw an opportunity to start manufacturing it.

If you’re out of hand sanitizer and willing to wait a couple of days for a bottle to arrive at your doorstep, try one of these nine places to buy hand sanitizer right now (updated May 4, 2020).

Read more: How to actually wash your hands properly

Wellnesse is a hair care company that started making hand sanitizer to meet the growing demand. For $10, you get a two-ounce spray sanitizer that contains 62% ethyl alcohol and is said to kill 99.99% of germs. Orders start shipping on May 11 and there’s free shipping on your first purchase.

Maapilim is a beauty company that specializes in hair care, skin care and facial skin care, but recently released a new gel aloe vera hand sanitizer. Formulated with 70% alcohol, Maapilim hand sanitizer kills 99.99% of germs. Get it in a 3.4-ounce bottle for $10, plus $7 flat rate shipping. 

Biosilk, another hair care company, is selling a variety of moisturizing hand sanitizers with up to 77% ethyl alcohol. These hand sanitizers kill 99.99% of germs. Note that Biosilk does not ship these products to Alaska or Hawaii.

The Chi brand lives under Biosilk, its parent company, and is also selling various hand sanitizer products. You can choose the Chi Organic Gardens Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer or two Biosilk hand sanitizers that you can also find on the Biosilk website. Like above, these contain 77% alcohol and kill 99.99% of germs.

Hempz is a skin care brand that makes hemp-based moisturizers, some with CBD. They now offer a 17-ounce pump bottle hand sanitizer with 63% ethyl alcohol, which kills 99.99% of germs. The online store limits one bottle per customer, and standard shipping is $11. 

Cabinet, a new digital direct-to-consumer storefront, sells over-the-counter medications for less than you might pay at a traditional drugstore. Their cold and flu preparedness kit includes two 2-ounce hand sanitizer sprays that contain 70% alcohol. Cabinet doesn’t yet ship to all states — you’ll get a notification if you try to check out and live in a state the company doesn’t ship to.

A beauty store known for lash, brow and hair care, Vegamour has a 6-ounce, 75% isopropyl alcohol hand sanitizer spray available online. The estimated ship date for this Vegamour hand sanitizer is May 11, 2020.

Humankind, a personal care store with a focus on sustainability and reduced plastic waste, has hand sanitizer available with an estimated ship date of May 4, 2020 or earlier: Get the 8-ounce aluminum bottle with 65% ethyl alcohol for $10.

Muse Health is a branch-off company from Muse Intimacy. The parent company, CC Wellness, saw an opportunity to start producing hand sanitizer during the COVID-19 outbreak. You can purchase an 8-ounce bottle of Muse hand sanitizer on the Muse Health website. With 65% denatured ethyl alcohol, it meets the CDC’s formula guidelines to kill 99.99% of germs. Shipping time is three days.

If you need or want a lot of miniature, portable hand sanitizers, check out Yoobi, a crafts and office supplies retailer, which has added hand sanitizer to their product roundup. Get a 50-pack of 1.5ml mini-hand sanitizers, which consist of 70% denatured ethyl alcohol. Expect this Yoobi hand sanitizer to ship on or around May 11, 2020 when you place an order at any point before then. 

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