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How to make a dry hand gel at home with essential oils

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In addition to medical masks, dry hand sanitizers to prevent pneumonia caused by coronavirus are also in a state of “out of stock” and price disorder. Some places take advantage of selling prices that increase by 2-3 times on weekdays. Here KODO will tell you the recipe to make a safe, simple, economical hand gel to prevent acute pneumonia caused by coronavirus that you can completely make at home to protect the health of the whole family.


  • 10 gr Aloe vera gel
  • 5 gr of vegetable glyceryl. Glyceryl is a clear, odorless paste that helps retain moisture for the skin (if any)
  • 5 drops of vitamin E, this is a popular ingredient and easy to find at pharmacies
  • 5 ml of 70 alcohol ( Ethanol)
  • 2 ml Lemongrass/Lemon Distilled Water (Hydrosol)
  • 10 drops of KODO Tea Tree Essential Oil/ Peppermint/ Lemongrass / Orange / Lavender …
  • The spray bottle has been sterilized with 70-degree alcohol

How to do it:

  • Using a Glass Cup, create a Base with Aloe Vera Gel + Alcohol 70 + Glyceryl + Lemongrass Distilled Water + Vitamin E.
  • Then add KODO Melaleuca Tea oil/ mint/ lemongrass / orange / lavender … (whatever the smell to your preference), stir well and pour out a carry-on spray bottle to use as needed.

KODO natural essential oils all have strong antibacterial and antifungal properties, helping to eliminate bacteria on hands and everyday items. The combination of essential oils along with 70-degree alcohol will further increase the ability to remove dirt and bacteria from hands. Aloe vera gel and vitamin E, as mentioned above, have a moisturizing and softening effect on the skin of the hands. With the KODO guide, you immediately have 1 bottle of dry hand gel that is very safe, chemical-free but has a very good effect.

Good luck!


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