Homemade Hand Sanitizer

Homemade Hand Sanitizer - Dr.Axe

This homemade hand sanitizer recipe is easy to make, cost effective and good for your skin! The tea tree oil kills off bacteria while the aloe vera and the vitamin E calms and nourishes the skin, keeping it hydrated and clean! Try this recipe today!


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Homemade Hand Sanitizer

Total Time: 2 minutes
Serves: 30

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Combine all ingredients together and mix.
  2. Transfer ingredients into squeeze bottle.

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30 Comments

  1. Joanna on

    I made it from real aloe vera leaves, however I find it a little watery. Is there something we can add to thicken it? Thanks

    • Dr. Josh Axe on

      I would try adding in a little of the aloe vera gel. That is typically pretty thick and should help. I’m not sure if xanthum gum would work in this recipe as a thickening agent or not.

      • Margaret on

        Yes, xanthum gum would work. Might be a bit slimy feeling in comparison to commercial hand sanitizer. Just be sure to use a high speed immersion blender or such to hydrate the xanthan gum well.

  2. Joanne on

    Tea tree oil is very overpowering to the senses…is there a substitute? I have plenty of aloe vera plants! Great idea! I’m interested in organic essential oils, as well. Thanks! :)

  3. Cynthia on

    I appreciate all your great content! Thanks for all the great info you share. I’m wondering about the anti-bacterial properties of some of the essential oils, like tea tree, “thieves” type oils, etc… Do they kill the good bacteria as well? I definitely prefer not using commercial hand sanitizers with chemicals, but still worry about killing the good bacteria when I’m trying to kill the bad! I can’t seem to find any information about this.

  4. Denise on

    FYI…link to Aloe Vera Gel leads to Aloe Vera juice. I ordered it and didn’t notice, but started to make it and it was very liquidly…then noticed. Ordering gel now…looking forward to making this. Now looking for something to make with juice:)

  5. Kristi Turchi on

    I wanted to ask about the aloe vera gel you recommend. It has carageenan in it and I thought that was a cancer causing ingredient? Just curious. Thank you!

  6. Amy on

    can you use plastic containers when using oils or plastic is ok? Thought using oils with plastic would not be ideal?? Curious..

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