Molecule Launches Alcohol-Free Hand Sanitizer

Hand Sanitizer

July 21, 2020
San Clemente, CA

San Clemente, CA – The COVID-19 pandemic has universally changed lives around the world and the measures all are taking to stay clean. Answering the call in the early stages, Molecule quickly brought a Hand Sanitizer to market to help meet the FDA request. The company, who specializes in cleaning performance apparel and equipment of all types, set out to understand the available technologies to develop the highest quality personal care products while still resonating with the active lifestyle.

While recognizing alcohol contains strong disinfecting attributes, there were many negative aspects to consider.

In less than 30 days times from launching the first-generation hand sanitizer, Molecule has introduced an Alcohol-Free Hand Sanitizer. Utilizing FDA conforming benzalkonium chloride (BKC) antimicrobial technology, Molecule Hand Sanitizer (BKC) represents the latest in personal care. BKC has consistently been the disinfectant of choice for hospitals, for its biocidal properties and ability to inhibit growth of microorganisms on the skin.

Some of the key advantages versus alcohol products are:
– Non-Hazardous & Non-Flammable
– Does not dry and damage the skin
– Soft, silky after feel
– Friendly, Molecule Signature Scent
– Skin friendly and safe for repeated use

“As more and more information continues to evolve during the pandemic, alcohol continues to have long-term concerns,” explained Molecule President Frank Bain. “Committed to providing the highest quality in all of our product offering, BKC
quickly emerged as the technology we want to align with now and into the future. We pride ourselves on performance and
Hand Sanitizer is no different, even if outside our traditional markets.”

Molecule Hand Sanitizer is currently available in 4oz and 1 Gallon sizes with more size
options expected to be released by the end of summer.