Exol pays tribute to NHS with new hand sanitiser
Exol Lubricants has used its expertise to bring OPTISHIELD Neat Hand Sanitiser (NHS) gel to market and has committed to donating funds to NHS charities for every bottle sold.
As an active fund raiser of charities all year round and with every Exol vehicle featuring NHS “thank you” stickers, Exol has used its chemical and production expertise to launch the new hand gel.
The antibacterial, non-sticky, alcohol-based cleansing gel kills 99.9% of germs and offers a safe, convenient alternative that instantly cleans hands, leaving them feeling fresh and germ free.
Including additives to help protect skin from repeated exposure to hand sanitiser, the gel, which is made in UK, is proven to EN14476 and meets WHO Guidelines for hand hygiene in healthcare.
Steve Dunn, Exol sales and marketing director, said: “The Exol ‘family’ has gone above and beyond during the coronavirus pandemic to help people in the local community and this new product is a way of raising much needed funds for NHS charities.
“As the UK’s largest independent lubricants blender, we have looked at what else we can contribute to both industry and community and so we are delighted to have used our technical knowledge to bring this new product to market, as more businesses reopen.”
OPTISHIELD NHS is available in 500ml bottles in packs of 16, 5ltr bottles in packs of four, and can also be purchased in 20ltr drums.500ml bottles can be refilled from the 5ltr or 20ltr packs, offering a cost saving solution to customers.