Product Review: Dr. Bronner’s Hand Sanitizer

I love love love all things Dr. Bronner’s!  So when the company introduced their new Organic Lavender Hand Sanitizing Spray, I was first in line to try it.

The spray is free of toxins and contains only four ingredients – organic ethanol, water, organic glycerin and organic lavender oil.  Once again, Dr. Bronner’s has demonstrated that a product does not need to contain a ton of hard-to-pronounce ingredients in order to be effective.  That is especially important to me since my 4-year-old son uses hand sanitizer several times a day!

The smell of Dr. Bronner’s Hand Sanitizing Spray is pleasant and not overwhelming.  Once applied to your hands, it dries quickly – unlike many of the gel varieties of sanitizers.  I love that they chose to do a spray rather than a gel because I like to use it to spray things like my steering wheel and dropped toys.  Overall, I love the spray and feel good about using to clean my hands as well as my son’s.

For more information, visit Dr. Bronner’s website.  To purchase, click here.

NOTICE: I did purchase this product myself and did not receive any compensation from Dr. Bronner’s for this review.  However, blog posts on may contain affiliate links.  In other words, if you buy something after clicking on a link in this post, then I might receive an affiliate commission.