Hand Sanitizers: No Germs, No Fires, No Mess

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Germs are everywhere, and especially dangerous when a doctor's bill could blow up your budget. Alcohol can age hands, ignite near flame and make kids sick. Gels are just a mess. Remi-D dispenses with these maladies with subtle scents, convenience and all-natural technology. Since hand washing is an important step to cut the risk of numerous diseases, to have a good hand sanitizer is a must.

"Hand sanitizers have been sick with laziness. Remi-D is the cure," says Bill Trent, the scientist leading the charge to produce something new and better. "You don't have to settle for a product that feels bad or smells bad or can do bad things to you and the people you care about."

Available at retail outlets and on the Web, the new hand sanitizer is better because:

-- Remi-D is all-natural. It uses strong and effective ingredients from nature, avoiding synthetic lab chemicals. It's free of both Triclosan and Paraben, chemicals found in many household products, which have raised health concerns.

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-- Remi-D is alcohol-free. Alcohol can age, dry out and irritate hands. The Remi-D team built in natural moisturizers to make your hands look and feel healthier. Additionally, alcohol content can catch fire when exposed to flame. Kids may become sick by ingesting it. Remi-D is kid-safe.

-- Remi-D is easy to use, but tough on the stuff that makes people sick. It kills 99.99% of germs and is effective against MRSA and Staf. Experts say even a small investment in preventive health could save you -- and the country -- considerable money.

-- Remi-D's scents are subtle. Seaside Mineral Spa, Mountain Stream and Cucumber Tea Tree give you a boost without giving you an overdose.

-- Remi-D is a non-intrusive mist. Just spray, rub and you're done. No goop, no mess, no stickiness.

"Remi-D is our first step in making everyday products better for people and the planet," says Miles Busby, who leads Remi-D's parent company, LifeLogic. "We act on the common sense question everyone asks: what could make this product more effective and more convenient?"

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