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Dr. Bronner's Lavender Hand Sanitizer
This spray sanitizer, made with 62% ethyl alcohol, has a calming lavender scent and doesn't use harsh chemicals. Plus, a few spritzes will freshen up your bedroom, office, or car. Due to limited supply, each customer can order a maximum of three hand sanitizer bottles per order for the time being.
Buy now: $5, shop.drbronner.com
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Megababe Squeaky Clean Hand Sanitizer
In April, Megababe—known for its deodorant and anti-chafe sticks—started selling hand sanitizer, which promptly sold out. For now, it's back in stock. Made with 62% ethyl alcohol and essential oils like sweet almond, marula, and geranium oil, it comes in a pocket-size two-ounce container as well as a home- and office-friendly 16-ounce pump container.
Buy now: $6, megababebeauty.com
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Biosilk Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer
For those with extra-dry or sensitive skin, Biosilk's hand sanitizer will do the best job of keeping hands hydrated. The texture is silkier than most gels, with a light, aromatic scent. It's made with 77% ethyl alcohol and aloe vera extract, and comes in a 12.2-fluid-ounce container, making it ideal to slip in your car for a road trip.
Buy now: $5-$12, biosilk.com
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Prim Botanicals Shiny Happy Hands Hand Sanitizer
This eight-ounce bottle is not TSA-friendly, but it will last you awhile, which is more of a priority these days anyway. It's also unscented, and made with 70% alcohol and aloe vera leaf extract to keep hands from completely drying out.
Buy now: $29, anthropologie.com
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Merci Handy Hand Sanitizer
As a substitute for the generic hand sanitizer you'd normally grab from Hudson News (which is likely sold out online right now), this similar-size Merci Handy sanitizer does the trick, and comes in nice-smelling flavors. It's small—one fluid ounce—and contains 67% alcohol. Order it in scents like Cross the Lime or Flower Power.
Buy now: $4, anthropologie.com
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Tony Moly Aloe Chok Chok Hand Sanitizing Gel
Leave it to this K-beauty brand to make one of the most aesthetically pleasing hand sanitizers on the list. It looks more like a tube of lip balm, which also means it's easy to slip into pockets, purses, or fanny packs. It's made with 62% alcohol and infused with skin-soothing aloe water and witch hazel.
Buy now: $4, ulta.com
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Vegamour Hand Sanitizer Spray
Sprays tend to be less sticky than gels, as is the case with this citrus lavender-scented spray from Vegamour, made with 75% isopropyl alcohol. Your purchase does some good, too: A portion of each purchase goes to Project Angel Food, which prepares and delivers healthy meals to the families affected by life-threatening illnesses throughout Los Angeles.
Buy now: $6-$16, vegamour.com
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100% Pure Hand Sanitizer Spray
Made with only ingredients you recognize (and can pronounce)—ethyl alcohol, aloe vera, glycerin, and tea tree leaf oil—this spray lives up to the brand's name. Made with 62% alcohol, it comes in a 1.7-ounce spray bottle and has a neutral, clean scent. Unlike most other order limits, this one has to be purchased with a minimum of six at a time.
Buy now: $5, 100percentpure.com
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Orly Hand Sanitizer Spray
You probably know Orly for its nail polish, but during the pandemic, they've pivoted to hand sanitizer, using their Los Angeles-based factory to produce this 75%-alcohol spray. (The first batch of 10,000 units were donated to the City of Los Angeles to distribute to the city’s homeless population.) Each order comes with four two-ounce bottles; customers can order up to three sets at a time.
Buy now: $20 for four, orlybeauty.com