How to Make a Safe, Non-Toxic Hand Sanitiser in Seconds

In a bowl, combine aloe vera gel and vitamin E oil. 

Add eight to 10 drops of essential oils to aloe vera mixture. 

Add water and mix well to combine. Add more or less water depending on the consistency you want. 

Pour into pump container.  

Excessive use of harsh cleaning products and hand sanitisers can lead to antimicrobial resistance in bacteria and also expose us to unnecessary toxins.

Choose from tea tree, OnGuard, wild orange, eucalyptus, clove and/or lavender (certified pure tested grade). All are shown to have antiseptic, purifying properties. 


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With over 16 years experience in health education and research, Sofia is a Gut Health Coach, Certified Integrative Health Practitioner and Essential Oil Specialist. Sofia holds postgraduate qualifications in public health (MPH). As a finalist in the Local Business Awards, Sofia’s work has been published in peer reviewed health journals, The Natural Parent Magazine and Thrive Global.

Gut health is her life passion! After struggling with her own son’s severe reflux and digestive problems, Sofia healed and transformed both her son’s and her own gut using a combination of diet, natural remedies and removing household chemicals. She now teaches this same holistic approach that brings together mindset, food and home in her Healthy Gut Reset program and 1:1 Gut Health Practitioner services.

As founder of The Natural Switch, Sofia has helped over 500 women kickstart a healthier, low tox lifestyle and take simple steps to love and nourish their gut, nurture their soul and detox their life. Visit her website and follow her on Facebook and Instagram for more information. 

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