Three Canadian Beauty Brands Making Hand Sanitizer

May 12, 2020 at 05:53PM

There’s no doubt that hand sanitizer has become an important item in each of our homes since the COVID-19 pandemic began in Canada – and chances are it will continue to be a staple in our post-pandemic lives, too. With global shortages of the product kicking in almost immediately, beauty brands have increasingly pivoted their production facilities to produce hand sanitizer for both frontline workers and consumers. If you’re in need of another bottle and are looking to #shoplocal right now, here’s which Canadian beauty brands are selling hand sanitizer:


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Photograph courtesy of Nudestix

Cult Canadian beauty brand Nudestix has today announced the launch of its very own hand sanitizer. Available in clip packs of 5 ($10), a refillable 100ml to-go bottle ($9) and a 500ml family size bottle ($13), the brand says its formula has been “formulated with vegan-powered, good-for-skin ingredients” which help to hydrate hands and protect them from drying out. It also contains 62 per cent ethanol to effectively kill germs and bacteria and is Health Canada-approved. For every hand gel purchased on the brand’s website, Nudestix will donate one 30ml bottle to at-risk communities. Additionally, the brand has committed to donating 20,000 bottles to frontline workers across the country.

Get yours here.

Province Apothecary

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Photograph courtesy of Province Apothecary

Earlier this month, Toronto beauty spot Province Apothecary launched its own hand sanitizer. Made with 95 per cent ethyl alcohol, the hand sanitizer is Health Canada-approved. Right now, the 250ml bottle is available for $16 (regularly priced at $22).

Get yours here.

The Green Beaver Company

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Photograph courtesy of The Green Beaver Company

Launched in 2002 with a focus on providing Canadians with natural beauty products, The Green Beaver Company helps its customers to take care of themselves whilst also respecting the environment. As such, the brand has created a 100 per cent natural hand sanitizer ($7.99) that is Health Canada-approved thanks to its composition which includes 70 per cent ethanol, as well as essential oils. The vegan product also contains glycerin to help hydrate hands and is formulated without parabens, fragrance, SLS and phthalates.

Get yours here.

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