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Is Hand Sanitizer Safe to Use While Pregnant?

by Erin Fabio on Feb 12, 2021

You’re painting their nursery, filling your registry, inventorying supplies, and oh yeah, growing a human! Don’t worry, mama, we’ve got all of the answers to your hand sani questions. 

Is hand sanitizer safe for mom and baby? The short answer: yes. The FDA states hand sanitizer is safe for expectant mothers and have started additional research on certain ingredients to further prove their point. 

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With motherhood comes obsessively reading product labels, and OLIKA understands that not all products are created equal. Our hydrating hand sanitizer formula contains nothing but the best. You can rest assured that our scents are powered by essential-oils and our recipes follow all CDC sani guidelines. 

Clean hands aren’t the only way to protect you and your baby. The CDC also recommends disinfecting your home, particularly high trafficked areas like doorknobs, countertops, light switches, faucets, and handles. Preparing for a newborn? Swap mainstream cleaning chemicals for non-toxic alternatives. 

What about after your kiddo enters the world? With our recent addition of Bitrex to our ingredient lineup, OLIKA hydrating hand sanitizers are as safe for kids as they are effective. Read more about this bitter addition here and rest easy knowing OLIKA is always here to keep you and your little one safe. 




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