Bathing Culture Introduces High Spirits Sanitizer

by intern | May 7, 2020 11:30 am

Hand sanitizer is as good as gold lately. For months, it’s been in short supply; bought in bulk–even stockpiled[1] and sold for as much as $459.[2] With people finding only empty shelves and backorders in stores and online, many beauty brands, including Peter Thomas Roth, have launched their own hand sanitizer[3] products to fulfill the market’s high demand.

Sustainable personal care brand Bathing Culture[4] has also introduced a sanitizer: its High Spirits Waterless Hand Wash. Developed over the past seven weeks, the sanitizer–featuring the brand’s signature Cathedral Grove scent–is a non-sticky spray, hand-blended in California. Made with 72% USA-grown, non-GMO corn alcohol, its formula is more natural than ones sold by competitors, which often use petroleum-based isopropyl alcohol and synthetic additives. Gentle enough to be used on skin, it’s also strong enough to be used as a cleaning agent on surfaces.

High Spirits sanitizer

For every purchase, $1 will be donated to DigDeep[5], a human rights non-profit that provides running water and sanitation services to Americans. High Spirits is available for sale on[6]; $9 for 2 oz, $20 for 8 oz, and a gallon-size to be sold shortly.

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