Premium plant-based skincare brand, QED Skincare, has formulated a range of high-quality hand sanitising spray made from 70% natural ethanol (made from sugar) and is effective in killing 99.9% of germs.

Sydney pharmacist, Shoshana Eisner BPharm founded QED Skincare in 2008 with safe and natural products formulated specifically for sensitive skin. QED is a Latin acronym for ‘thus it is proven’.

All QED products are free of animal products, parabens, formaldehyde, sulphates or coloration and are not rested on animals. Although developed for sensitive skin, the products can be used on all skin types including dry skin, normal skin, oily and blemished skin, ultra-sensitive skin conditions and anti-aging.

How does QED hand sanitising spray differ from the rest?

The formula is non-drying, thanks to hydrating Aloe Vera and has other soothing ingredients in the form of essential oils, depending on which scent is chosen – Bergamot + Lavender for calming, Lemongrass + Cardamon for uplifting, or Unscented.

The spray is multi-purpose and can also be used to sanitise household surfaces. Available in 60ml ($14) and 125ml ($28), there is around 525 sprays in every 60ml bottle.

QED is available online or at the QED Clinic Bellevue Hill in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. It will soon be released in retailers and specialist salons.

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