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In short

The Wellena Hand Sanitizer contains 70% alcohol which is in compliance with C.D.C.’s requirement for a hand sanitizer to be effective in killing the current novel virus, as well as bacteria. We only use safe ingredients such as glycerine and xanthan gum.
Glycerine is a naturally derived substance that is used as an emollient; making skin moist, soft and supple.

Not all hand sanitizers are created equal; the market leading brands use hormone-disrupting and cancer-causing chemicals.

We are now bringing to you another product we are proud of – effective, yet clean and safe.


  • Non-toxic
  • Unscented
  • Contains only three ingredients: Ethanol (alcohol), glycerine and xanthan gum
  • No hormone-disrupting fragrances
  • Vegan and gluten free
  • Use on surfaces as well as hands
  • Easy to carry in your purse when on-the-go
  • Less irritating to hands compared to other cleansers and sanitizers
  • Add essential oils to make your own fragrance

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3-Pack Wellena Hand Sanitizer – $38.19 (normally $40.20)


6-Pack Wellena Hand Sanitizer – $72.36 (you save $8) + FREE Shipping

12-pack Wellena Hand Sanitizer – $132.00 (you save $18.80) + FREE Shipping

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Marketing tips

FB and IG ads: Facebook has just banned the advertising of products such as hand sanitizers. We suggest not to boost posts or place ads there.

Email your list: We recommend to market this product only to your list.

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Product comparison

One marketing angle is to talk about what’s found in leading brands such as Purell and Lysol. Excerpt from the above article:

Purell Ingredients (as seen on packaging):

Inactive Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Isopropyl Alcohol, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Caprylyl Glycol, Glycerin, Isopropyl Myristate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Acrylates/C10- 30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Aminomethyl Propanol, Fragrance (Parfum), Blue 1 (ci 42090), Yellow 5 (ci 19140).
Active Ingredients: Ethyl Alcohol (70% v/v)

Here are a few concerning ingredients and their effects:

Fragrance (Parfum) – these are phthalates; immune toxicant, respiratory irritant/toxicant, likely contains hormone-disrupting compounds.
Tocopheryl Acetate — may be contaminated with pesticides. May contribute to cancer. Strong evidence for allergic dermatitis.
Aminomethyl propanol — may be contaminated with pesticides (Nitrosamines and Oxazolidines). Irritating to eyes, skin, or lungs.
Dyes (FD&C Blue 1 and FD&C Yellow 5) — May accumulate in the body and may contribute to organ system toxicity.

Lysol® Disinfecting Wipes, Lemon Lime

Lysol seems to be even worse, although not all the ingredients are disclosed. EWG gives this product a D for “High Concern.” (It gets letter ratings rather than numbers due to this being considered a household cleaning product, rather than a personal care item).Ingredients from packaging: Who knows? They don’t even tell you on their SDS (Safety Data Sheet).

Check out some of the ingredients we do know about:

Alkyl Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chlorides (C12-16) — This ingredient gets an “F” rating from EWG for “Highest Concern.” The EPA has concluded that this chemical poses a high risk for human health. Peer-reviewed research indicates this compound could cause reproductive problems in both men and women.

Myristalkonium saccharinate — This ingredient gets an “D” rating from EWG for “High Concern.” Peer-reviewed research indicates this compound could cause reproductive problems in both men and women.

Fragrance — This ingredient gets an “D” rating from EWG for “High Concern.” It’s considered an immune toxicant, respiratory irritant/toxicant, likely contains hormone-disrupting phthalates.

Handling objections

Suggested response if your community asks about the “high price.”

Why does it cost more than before?

The price of the bottle is $13.40 (or $12/bottle for a pack of 6 + free shipping). Yes, that’s more than what we used to pay before the pandemic. The current availability of ethanol, bottles and caps is extremely scarce; partly due to China being shut down for so long.

This shortage has made the prices skyrocket. The margins on this product are very similar to the regular supplements. We have gone to great lengths to make this product available and give you a peace of mind.