Veripur Hand Sanitizer and Moisturizer Review

Veripur is a hand sanitizer that is also a moisturizer. It keeps my hands hydrated because it doesn’t contain drying alcohol. And it does the job of keeping germs away for up to four full hours.

VeripurIt seems that everyone is sick around me lately. My daughter has had a fever and stomach bug, my husband hasn’t been feeling well and just found out that he’s running a fever again. All I hear from my friends is that their kids are sick. Keeping germs away is one of the best ways to prevent illness. Veripur stays on your skin longer, protecting it from 99.9% of germs, not just for a few minutes like hand sanitizers with alcohol.

Veripur is safe for all ages. I don’t know about you, but hand sanitizers are no longer allowed in my daughter’s school because of the alcohol content. There is absolutely no alcohol in Veripur!  I learned that alcohol can actually make your hands more suspeptible to germs. It dries out your hands and can create small cracks allowing germs to get in. No thank you.

You can find Veripur in a 3 oz. tube so you can take it along when you travel by plane. It easily fits in my purse. You can get up to 45 uses from one tube. All that’s needed is a dime size amount.

When it’s rubbed into my hands there’s no greasy feel and no sticky feel like from hand sanitizers. I have dry skin so the moisturizing quality is one the things I really like. I also know my hands are really clean and will stay clean for up to 4 hours, which is an extra plus for my daughter. Who knows when she washes her hands when I’m not around?

Here’s some facts about Veripur:

  • Ingredients include avocado, jojoba, and grapeseed oils which are clinically proven to moisturize the skin
  • It uses the same germ-fighting technology that hospitals and airlines have been using for decades
  • It has been tested against 20 of the most common bacteria
  • It is sold exclusively at Walgreens. The 3 fl. oz. tube SRP is $5.99 and the 13 fl. oz. pump bottle SRP is $10.99
  • It comes in Unscented and Fresh Scent
  • It’s recommended by Dr. Sears (Dr. Jim) of The Doctors

I wrote this review while participating in a Mom Central Consulting blog tour on behalf of Veripur Hand Sanitizer Moisturizer. I received a Veripur product sample and a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate.

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Comments

  1. Yes, in this cold weather, many hand sanitizers tend to dry out my hands. I’m glad to know that there is an alternative though. I swear your site is just full of information I want to come back to once I start teaching (I’m not kidding).

  2. This looks fantastic. My hands are so sensitive during the winter, I’m always looking for a gentle sanitizer.

  3. This is actually FREE at Walgreens this week! Pay $3.99 out of pocket, get a $3.99 Register Reward to spend within the next two weeks on anything in the store! Great way for everyone to get to try it.

    I try to do the all natural thing – even when it comes to germs. But, I did drop a meal off on Friday for a family where all 6 members were wiped out by the flu, and I’ll admit I wanted to bathe in sanitizer afterwards! 🙂

  4. I love that they make this small enough to get on a plane!

  5. I am a germaphobe and hate when they put alcohol in hand sanitizers. My hands are already dry enough in the winter. I will have to find this one in the stores.

  6. This looks great, I will have to try it.

  7. I avoid hand sanitizers because of a study that was done a while back about all the Norweigan kids getting and staying sick and their almost abusive (constant) use of hand sanitizers. Disease resistance is built by exposure to small amounts of harmful bacteria. If we effectively kill all bacteria with hand sanitizer, we will not be able to build resistance to disease through limited exposure. This means that rather than getting sick less often, we actually get sick more often because we have lowered our resistance to disease.

  8. I like that there’s no alcohol in Veripur. The smell of most hand sanitizers is overwhelming for me so I can imagine how is to a child. This is something I def. would like to try.
    Thanks for sharing.

  9. I’ll have to keep an eye out for that.

  10. I cant use most antibacterial hand sanitizers with alcohol due to my eczema so Veripur sounds like something that I could use with no worries of it irritating my all ready overly sensitive skin.