Everyone’s Favorite K-Beauty Brand Launched a $4 Hand Sanitizer
The most “in” thing right now is trying to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, and there are so many ways you can lean into this trend (read: necessity). You can shop fabric face masks to heed the CDC’s recommendations, self-isolate by watching Amazon’s new fashion show that lets you at least glimpse beautiful clothing in far-away locales, and disinfect yourself and every knob, surface, and handle in your home regularly (or compulsively). Many beauty brands have even switched gears and started to produce hand sanitizers to ensure there’s ample supply to meet the surging demand.
Beloved K-beauty brand Tonymoly, known for its high-quality products, kitschy product names, cartoonish packaging, and low prices, recently threw its hat into the hand sanitizer ring. You can stock up on one of today’s most important must-haves with Tonymoly’s Aloe Chok Chok 62% Alcohol Hand Sanitizing Gel.
Shop now: $4; ulta.com
The CDC says the best way to keep your hands clean is to wash them with soap and water. When that’s not an option — like when you’re at the grocery story or walking your dog — you should use hand sanitizers containing at least 60 percent alcohol to stop the spread of germs. Not only does Tonymoly’s new gel fit the alcohol bill, the formula also includes soothing aloe water to counteract the drying effects of alcohol and witch hazel, which can help reduce skin irritation, inflammation, infection, and damage. With these additional skin benefits, Tonymoly’s hand sanitizer definitely stands out from some of the competition that can be extremely harsh on your hands.