Bratsplash by Bench - Instant Hand Sanitizer Gel  » Cosmetics  »
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  • I just thought it's a necessity to do extra sanitary precautions these days to avoid illness and so I picked the gel after tinkering with the testers found on the store
  • I think the product is attractive and has a hip colorful packaging
  • The really good thing and probably the main reason why I bought the sanitizer - is the fragrance that lasts for several hours
  • This sanitizing gel cost about a dollar (45 pesos) which is a little over the price of antiseptic alcohol


    • by jhunie

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      I’m currently sampling this Bratsplash hand sanitizer after shopping at a local bench store. It’s a scary world out there especially at the mean time when people are getting sick with H1N1. I just thought it’s a necessity to do extra sanitary precautions these days to avoid illness and so I picked the gel after tinkering with the testers found on the store. I handpicked the one in ’strawberry shake’ because it’s a cool strawberry scent, it smells like tasty candy in my hands and

      I’m growing tired of plain rubbing alcohol.

      I think the product is attractive and has a hip colorful packaging. The gel is translucent pink in color and contains both ethyl and isopropyl alcohol which should kill enough germs. Somehow, I still prefer the liquid alcohol’s clean feel afterwards giving me assurance that my hands are washed thoroughly like soap and water. But this hand sanitizer isn’t that bad either, eventhough it’s gel, I can feel alcohol as it disperses through my skin. The really ...


      • good thing and probably the main reason why I bought the sanitizer - is the fragrance that lasts for several hours. Even after washing my hands, the smell stays.

        I wouldn’t have to suffer from dry scaly hands because bratsplash sanitizer includes aloe that replenishes the moisture back on hands. I can’t really say it works as much as a hand cream but at least I don’t end up getting dry hands when using rubbing alcohol. It doesn’t clean thoroughly like water and soap ‘coz

        sometimes I still spot dirt on my nails but I guess it’s enough to get quick germ-free hands with added convenience.

        I had recommended it to my sister and she liked it too. This sanitizing gel cost about a dollar (45 pesos) which is a little over the price of antiseptic alcohol. It’s still cheap and makes clean fruit-smelling hands go a long way. Thus, I give this product a score of 8.




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