Would you like to be completely protected from bacteria or viruses? A good way is to use an antibacterial gel that does not require the use of soap, water or towels frequently. This type of product gets to disinfect your skin removing microbes and germs getting one result much higher than the soaps that we usually use for washing. To be able to take advantage of its protection, the best is that you apply a little bit of this gel after you’ve washed your hands, scrub until you feel it melts thus, and, will increase its effectiveness. In this article from Dinzie we’ll tell you how to make antibacterial gel in a fast and easy way.
Antibacterial gels work perfectly because you do not need to be in a bathroom to take advantage of its benefits. Without water, these gels are applied directly to the skin, creating a protective layer. We will then give you a recipe of antibacterial gel for which you’ll need to get these materials:
- 5-10 drops lavender essential oil
- 30 drops tea tree essential oil
- 96% Alcohol or high-proof vodka
- 8 ounces 100% pure aloe vera gel
- ¼ teaspoon Vitamin E oil
The way in which we have to preserve this antibacterial gel must be in a container of glass or plastic that contains a cap, so that it can have it protected from air and external lengthening thus, conditions, its effectiveness.
To make antibacterial gel at home the first thing you have to do is to combine the ingredients that you have just listed and shake until you see appearing a homogeneous mixture. You’ll have to save it in a glass pot preferably, and, in a dark place also, or, on the inside of your purse or bag.
Above all, it is important that you swirl it before using it well, since, you make sure that all components are integrated. You may apply on your hands and rub until you feel that it melts, the areas that most need this cleaning are the tips of the fingers and wrists since it is where more dirt and bacteria stored.
The duration of this gel can reach to 1 year without it being necessary to put it in the fridge, it is important you store it somewhere dark and properly closed to prevent evaporation of the alcohol.
You can also an antibacterial gel at home using other ingredients that you can easily find in drugstores or pharmacies with this other recipe:
- Essential oil with your favorite fragrance
To do so, the first thing we’ll do will be casting the carbopol using a strainer, remove the lumps (with a spoon). Then you’ll have to pour the alcohol in a glass bowl, mix with the brew carbopol and shake it. Then add Glycerin with stirring the mixture and, when you are done, it is time to add triethanolamine.
Now you’ll see the texture of the gel is formed, and when you are ready, you’ll have to pour it into a glass or plastic bottle, but which can cover. As was the case with the previous recipe, you have to keep the gel in a cool place to prevent the alcohol to evaporate.