|By PR Newswire||
|August 8, 2014 11:03 AM EDT||
BOCA RATON, Fla., Aug. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- safeHands®, an Alcohol Free Hand Sanitizer Company, is offering Back-to-School BUY ONE GET ONE FREE coupons providing savings for teachers, who want to reduce the incidence of colds and flu in their classrooms this fall.
Hand sanitizers have become the first line of defense for people, who are concerned about the spread of germs from human contact. Children are particularly vulnerable because they are continually getting their hands dirty, touching their faces and each other.
Now, teachers can help their students fight germs by using coupons to reduce the price of safeHands® alcohol-free hand sanitizer, in half. Students can keep safeHands® in their backpacks and gym lockers to reduce their chances of getting sick.
The coupons are redeemable at local Walgreens, Albertsons and Safeway and online: http://safehands.com/front-page-facebook-post-traffic/ .
The active ingredient in safeHands® is Benzalkonium Chloride (BAC). BAC, the same ingredient found in mouthwash and eye drops, has shown in peer reviewed clinical studies, published in journals like the Association of Operating Room Nurses, to have the same efficacy against germs as alcohol. Human Subjects Testing of safeHands® was conducted at the Cal State Fresno University research department and subsequently passed all required FDA tests for efficacy and skin health.
Dr. Jay Reubens, Founder and CEO of safeHands®, the inventor of the first touch-free soap dispenser stated, "safeHands® was created because my dental staff and I needed a hand sanitizer that would kill 99.99% of germs and could be used multiple times throughout the day while softening our hands".
safeHands® LLC, formed in July 2011, offers its proprietary alcohol-free hand sanitizer in different size bottles and scents for adults under the brand name safeHands®® and safeHands Squirts® for children. Products are sold in both the domestic and international markets. safeHands®, a proud sponsor of Safe Kids Worldwide® and recently announced its new "safe 1 hand … safe Another" program. Specifically, the Company matches every product sold with an Alcohol-Free packet to be donated along with touch free dispensers to children in impoverished countries.
Media Contact: Charlotte Tomic, Tomic Communications, Inc., 9178825243, [email protected]
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