14 Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizers That Are Still in Stock Online
Beauty and wellness companies have pivoted to making hand sanitizers that meet the CDC's guidelines.
The spread of coronavirus has made it almost impossible to find hand sanitizer in drugstores. While you can certainly DIY your own, you may not have to—a handful of beauty and wellness brands have shifted their resources into creating the product. Now, you can find hand sanitizer on many retailers online, from Amazon to Ulta. Even better? They all meet the CDC’s recommendation of containing at least 60 percent alcohol, and they’re still in stock.
Here are 14 brands that currently offer alcohol-based hand sanitizer:
Artnaturals is known for its anti-aging skincare on Amazon, but now it’s making waves thanks to its best-selling hand sanitizer. The Artnaturals hand sanitizer contains 62.5 percent ethyl alcohol, along with nourishing ingredients like vitamin E and jojoba oil. You can find the eight-ounce sanitizer in bulk options ranging from a two-pack (currently sold out) to 16-pack.
To buy: $27; amazon.com.
You’ve probably come across Pura D’or’s popular argan oil (it has 12,000 reviews!) or hair thickening shampoos on Amazon. The personal care brand recently launched a gel hand sanitizer that’s available in lavender and lemongrass scents. Made with 70 percent alcohol, you can grab a two-pack of eight-ounce pump bottles for $20.
To buy: $20; amazon.com.
Alongside its vegan body and nail care, Orly sister brand Sparitual now offers hand sanitizer. Like its sister brand Orly, you can purchase a pack of four for $20. The sanitizer is made with 75 percent isopropyl alcohol, and it’s available on Amazon.
To buy: $20; amazon.com.
Yes, even Poo-Pourri has pivoted to producing hand sanitizer. Made with 65 percent ethyl alcohol, the sanitizer comes in the same packaging as the brand’s air fresheners. You can buy one individually for $6, or get a bundle that comes with two hand sanitizers and two of its iconic toilet sprays for $30.
To buy: $6; amazon.com.
This nourishing skincare brand now offers a fragrance-free hand sanitizer. It’s made with five simple ingredients, including 70 percent ethyl alcohol and glycerin for moisture. You can buy the two-ounce bottle for just $5 or the larger eight-ounce option for $15. Eczema Honey also makes reusable cotton masks and gloves.
To buy: $5; eczemahoneyco.com
You may already be familiar with some of these brands—Orly, for instance, is known for its nail polish. Its first-ever 2-ounce hand sanitizer spray comes as a pack of four and is only made with four ingredients, including 75 percent isopropyl alcohol. The brand is donating the first 10,000 units to Los Angeles’ at-risk homeless population, and Orly promises to continue donating one pack for every one purchased.
To buy: $20; orlybeauty.com.
Pipette Baby’s hand sanitizer is also made with a simple formula, similar to the rest of its clean and nontoxic baby products. It contains moisturizing ingredients like plant-based squalane and glycerin alongside 65 percent USP alcohol. The gel sanitizer comes in an 8-ounce bottle for $5, and Pipette will be launching a 2-ounce option and larger 32-ounce bottle for refills in the coming weeks.
To buy: $5; pipettebaby.com.
100 Percent Pure
Beauty brand 100 Percent Pure is known for its natural and cruelty-free skincare and makeup, so it’s only fitting that it added a natural hand sanitizer to its lineup. The $5 hand sanitizer spray is made with four ingredients: 62 percent ethyl alcohol, aloe vera, glycerin, and tea tree oil for an extra antibacterial kick.
To buy: $5; 100percentpure.com
Peter Thomas Roth
Yes, Peter Thomas Roth now makes hand sanitizer. The popular beauty brand launched a hand sanitizer spray in April and will be donating 5,000 units to hospital workers on the frontlines. The sanitizer contains 80 percent alcohol and comes in two sizes.
Known for anti-chafing products and natural deodorant, Megababe just released a hand sanitizer, and it’s already sold out twice. Made with 62 percent ethyl alcohol, aloe vera, sweet almond oil, and marula oil, shoppers love that the Squeaky Clean sanitizer keeps their hands super soft and clean. You can also grab it in a large 16-ounce bottle with a pump.
To buy: $6; megababebeauty.com
Sustainable wellness brand By Humankind just released its first alcohol-based and plastic-free hand sanitizer. Made with 65 percent alcohol and hyaluronic acid to keep skin moisturized, it comes in a reusable 8-ounce aluminum bottle. With every purchase, $1 will be donated to the Robin Hood Foundation’s coronavirus relief fund for New Yorkers.
To buy: $20; byhumankind.com
Korean beauty brand Tony Moly released its Aloe Chok Chok Sanitizing Hand Gel a few weeks ago, and the $4 tube has been a popular choice amongst Ulta shoppers since. It contains 62 percent alcohol, aloe vera, and witch hazel.
Similar to Orly’s, vegan beauty brand Vegamour’s hand sanitizer supports a good cause. The brand will be donating 20 percent of every sanitizer purchase to the Restaurant Workers' Community Foundation. The 6-ounce hand sanitizer spray is citrus- and lavender-scented, containing 75 percent isopropyl alcohol along with aloe vera and marula oil.
To buy: $8–$16; vegamour.com
Even CBD brand Highline Wellness has hopped onto the hand sanitizer production train. Its gel hand sanitizer contains CBD along with 70 percent isopropyl alcohol. According to the brand, the CBD formula will help “those with any lingering ailments or stiffness in the hands and fingers” since the ingredient is anti-inflammatory.
To buy: $7; highlinewellness.com
All of the products listed were in stock at the time of writing this article. We’ll continue to update this list with the latest information as it becomes available.