This particular hand sanitizer was proud to be a part of the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver. It's Aloe Vera and antiseptic properties work to ensure your hands are not only protected from harmful germs but are also provided with a softening property (the Aloe) to bring about one of the nicest and least damaging hand sanitizers to my skin.
When rubbing this sanitizer on my hands it provides a cool, smooth and calming effect to the skin. I don't use this sanitizer frequently but I will use it two or three times throughout the day and I have seen a noticeable softening of my hands which I attribute to it.
Called T36, it appears to be a much less harsh sanitizer and does not affect the skin the way in which an alcohol based sanitizer would. It is a very nice product to use and I've purchased several bottles of it because I like to have it available for family and guests so that they can feel they are getting the best sanitation.
The pump top is easy to use and the only issue I have with it is that the sanitizer sometimes hardens slightly leaving a little residue of sanitizer on the tip of the pump. If you don't happen to wipe the pump every so often you may end up squirting sanitizer in directions you didn't intend it to go.
So far no one has had any reactions to this product and we do have a few in the family who are highly allergic to certain things but this product hasn't affected them negatively and everyone likes how it offers that little added protection agains germs, especially during flu season.