DIY Hand Sanitizer

Posted by Autumn Grant on

We are overwhelmed with recent events here in Nashville, Tennessee. We experience a deadly tornado, then that same day we received our first confirmed case of COVID19. 

Our shelves are literally bare from any type of cleaning agent, disinfectant, and hand soap.

As of today, we were able to still get our hands on products to make your own hand sanitizer. You'll need aloe vera gel, witch hazel, rubbing alcohol, container, and essential oils if desired. We like to use Tea Tree Oil for it's added properties - but it's not necessary!

*Note* These DIY Sanitizers are just an extra precaution in hopes to make you feel more at ease.


Use two parts 99% Isopropyl Alcohol to one part Aloe Vera Gel. Add 8-10 drops of Tea Tree Oil, which is a natural antiseptic. 


Equal parts Distilled Water, Witch Hazel, 99% Isopropyl Alcohol, 8-10 drops Tea Tree Oil.


Take pull-apart paper towels in a reusable container and fill the spray solution into the container. Make sure the liquid is being absorbed by the paper towels and is fully saturated. 

Nothing is better than keeping your hands clean! Hand soap has been flying off our shelves and we can't even buy soap. 

Our bar soaps are a great way to keep you and your family clean. Please, take 30% off our website with code: NASHSTRONG

We are also donating bars of soap to local shelters to help with the recent tornado and virus needs. 

Thank you, 

Autumn Grant 



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