How To Make Hand Sanitizer Spray With Essential Oils

How To Make Hand Sanitizer Spray With Essential Oils

Wondering how to make hand sanitizer spray? It is simple and you only need a few ingredients. Not only is it simple, it is perfect for on the go when you need to clean & disinfect hands without running water available.

This recipe is an alcohol free recipe made with essential oils, which are great natural germ eliminators. In this recipe we are using lemon essential oil and tea tree oil (aka melaleuca).

We like to make this recipe in our mini glass spray bottles because the small size makes for toting in purse, gym bag or travel bag easy. Also great for car rides when you don't have a sink available.

Now this spray won't magically clean visibly soiled hands but it can assist with killing germs and moisten hands enough so you can wipe away the dirt or grime with a napkin or a towel.

Homemade Hand Sanitizer Spray


1) Add all ingredients into spray bottle.

2) Place spray top on and shake bottle well to blend together. Label bottle.

3) To use, shake well and spray 2-3 times on to palm of hand, then rub hands together covering all surfaces. Allow to air dry.

Click here or picture to get our blue mini spray bottles used in this recipe

Small Blue Essential Oil Bottles For Hand Sanitizer Spray Recipe


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