Road Trippin’ Homemade Hand Sanitizer Spray ~ antibacterial mood booster

Jan 14, 2021

So if you’re like me and are constantly on the go, in and out of your car completing the days daily tasks than this is perfect for you! 

 

I do use disinfectant wipes and germ spray in and on my interior car components but usually only after I have finished for the day. Plus I don’t like using the spray and wipes on my skin unless necessary and I really don’t like the heavy scented harsh hand sanitizer gels so that’s when I decided to whip up this safe + simple spray. 

 

I love it, you can customize the scents and it’s all natural ingredients to whatever you like. It’s non-toxic and only costs pennies to make ( I like giving it as gifts too!) 

I will list all the ingredients + products I used if you want to grab what’s on the list!

Ingredients:

Measuring Cup

Witch Hazel

Isopropyl Alcohol (minimum 60%)

Vitamin E Oil

Essential Oil

Small Funnel 

2 oz. plastic/glass bottle with sprayer 

 

Combine:

In a glass bowl or cup with a pour spout for easy transfer

1/3 cup Alcohol 

1 tsp. Witch hazel 

1 tsp. Vitamin E

8-10 drops of essential oil of your choice 

Mix together and pour into your spray bottle

Shake + Spray!

 

I have a few different scents to match my mood when I’m traveling so I can mix them up (especially when traveling with two teen boys)! It will also moisturize your skin and not dry them out like the other products. 

Every essential oil has healing properties and can be used to improve your health and mood. Here is a great article about different scents + health benefits ( and a ton more of amazing health articles to browse) 

I hope you love this simple healthy recipe as much as I do. 

 xo~ Lori
CEO + Founder
TitleKeyCash.com + Girls Guide to Car Buying
Become a Crazy Confident Car Buyer

 

Yield: 2 ounces
Author: Lori DiPasquale
Road Trippin’ Homemade Hand Sanitizer Spray ~ antibacterial mood booster

Road Trippin’ Homemade Hand Sanitizer Spray ~ antibacterial mood booster

Customize the scents and it’s all natural ingredients to whatever you like. It’s non-toxic and only costs pennies to make ( I like giving it as gifts too!)
Prep time: 10 MinTotal time: 10 Min

Instructions

  1. Combine 1/3 cup Alcohol
  2. 1 tsp. Witch hazel
  3. 1 tsp. Vitamin E
  4. 8-10 drops of essential oil of your choice
  5. Mix together and pour into your spray bottle
  6. Shake + Spray!
  7. Download the labels here!
 
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DISCLAIMER: This hand sanitizer is not a substitute for proper handwashing. And while this home remedy contains commonly-accepted natural antiviral ingredients, it has never been tested in a lab to determine it's efficacy against viruses such as the coronavirus. The only version of this hand sanitizer recipe that includes the 60%+ alcohol content that the CDC and other health organizations recommend for hand sanitizer to properly kill coronavirus is the version using 190 proof grain alcohol (Everclear)—and this version has still not been tested for efficacy against coronavirus. A tested recipe that contains the proper level of alcohol can be found through the World Health Organization. As always, check with your health care professional before using any home remedy on you or your family. 
Essential oil disclaimer: This recipe uses what are generally considered safe essential oils, but please keep in mind that while completely natural, all essential oils are powerful plant compounds that you and your family (including your pets) might have a reaction to. Never use essential oils undiluted or take essential oils internally (diluted or undiluted) without the guidance of a professional, and always read up about the possible side effects of each type of oil before you use it. Avoid the use of essential oils (diluted or undiluted) during the first trimester of pregnancy, on small babies, and on anyone with severe allergies to the plants the oils are derived from. And if you see any reactions in yourself, your family, or your pets, stop use of your essential oil products immediately and contact a medical professional.
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