Keep Germs at Bay This School Year with Purell
One of the biggest struggles of kids going back to school is everyone catching the bug or bringing home some sort of germ. With little tiny children we try to teach them at young ages to wash their hands after going to the potty. And we also teach them to cover their mouths when they cough or sneeze. But do we teach them to wash their hands afterwards? And most of the time, honestly, they forget. Did you know that a sneeze can travel like 5 feet?! So, basically it can land on anything and when we touch an object throughout the day and tough our eyes, nose or mouth, we contract those germs. I always carry a small bottle of Purell with me on my purse or bag wherever I go, making sure to keep the kids and myself as germ-free as possible.
I always love getting products from Purell right before the school year because it gives me a chance to throw extras in with their bags, and even now their teachers are requiring a bottle of hand sanitizer from each student. With 4 kids and 3 in school we spend a lot of time through the year sick. I try to take a lot of extra percussion to keep from getting sick. This year they sent over 2 pouches of wipes, 2 spray sanitizers, 4 minis with jelly wraps and 1 pump.
Purell wipes are really great to have around to wipe off right before a meal or even to keep in your car to clean off if you have to stop at a port a pot and don’t have a way to clean your hands. I always have a pack in all our cars for a “just in case”. I really am in love with the new Purell Naturals spray. It is made from plant-based alcohol and fragranced from essential oils. All though it is all natural it still the same effectiveness as the normal Purell.
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