Henry Blooms donates 25L of hand sanitiser

Henry Blooms is donating over 25 litres of hand sanitiser to Carers NSW and SummitCare to distribute amongst their disability and aged care facilities.

Additionally, a further 625 litres will also be made available to Australian consumers as a complimentary gift with purchase, for products sold via their retail partners and online until stock runs out.

“Having been at the forefront of creating health and wellbeing products for over 80 years, we fortunately had all the necessary supplier contacts and access to manufacturing in the early stages of COVID-19,” says Henry Blooms Marketing Manager, Emily Macgregor.

“Thanks to this we have been able to produce a first release of our Australian made hand sanitiser to distribute amongst facilities in need and our loyal customers. We’re giving back the best way we know how to and urge other Australian businesses offering essential items to do the same.”

The Henry Blooms anti-bacterial instant hand sanitiser gel rapidly kills 99.9% of germs without the need for water, while leaving hands soft and nourished.

It’s made of Australian-grown Lemon Myrtle essential oil together with Aloe Vera.

Key product facts:

  • Kills germs fast
  • Contains 70% ethanol
  • Made in Australia
  • Not tested on animals
  • Free from SLS and SLES, PEGs, parabens and mineral oils.

“With hygiene and regular hand sanitising paramount now and beyond COVID-19, we’re not treating this as a one off. We are already in production for our second release, as well as an additional bulk size with a natural lavender scent, that will be available for purchase from mid-May 2020,” concludes Ms Macgregor.