Here’s Where You Can (Still) Buy Hand Sanitizer Online (For Now)


Here’s Where You Can (Still) Buy Hand Sanitizer Online (For Now)
So, unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple weeks, you know that coronavirus (COVID-19) is spreading and that as a result, hand sanitizer and non-drying soaps have been flying off the shelves. (Which also has resulted in people going the MacGyver route, and using Tito’s vodka to make their own bacteria-killing solution. (Please don’t do this. Even Tito is asking you to stop).
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Well, if you’re wondering where you actually can still buy hand sanitizer online, you’re not alone. While many options are sold out on Amazon Prime and other major retailers, if you do a lot of digging (most of which we’ve done for you already!), you can still add a bottle or two to cart if you move quickly. If you’re lucky enough to live near a store like Target or Walmart, you may also be able to buy online and pick up in store, pending stock. That said, many places may only have bulk or office-sized options in stock, so if you absolutely need a rinse-free formula, you may end up paying, well, more than $5 for it. Here are some places to consider.

Amazon

Okay, so it’s very slim pickings on the ‘Zon, but since the online marketplace is everyone’s collective first-line shopping destination, there are only a small handful of sanitizers left. Virtually every Prime-eligible one is long gone, but if you act fast, you may be able to shop ones from verified third-party sellers on the site. The other good thing about Amazon is restocking happens often so something might be sold out, but another one pops up.
What We’re Buying (Because We Literally Don’t Have Any Other Options): Muse Hand Sanitizer gel

Skylar

The clean fragrance brand just launched a jasmine and lemon-scented hand sanitizer bottle, which is gentle on hands but tough on germs. Plus, 20% of Skylar’s initial production will be donated to UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, and Mount Sinai Hospitals in New York City to support healthcare professionals on the frontlines during COVID-19.
What We’re Buying (Because We Literally Don’t Have Any Other Options): Skylar Hand Sanitizer

By Humankind

These eco-friendly hand sanitizers come in an 8oz aluminum ‘bulk’ bottle designed to refill portable, 1oz bottles of sanitizer. Plus, $1 from each purchase benefits the Robin Hood Relief Fund, which provides emergency support to communities in need within the NYC area.
What We’re Buying (Because We Literally Don’t Have Any Other Options): by Humankind Hand Sanitizer

Pipette

The baby-care brand recently developed a $5 hand sanitizer that’s kind to hands, thanks to squalane and glycerin, but tough on germs. (It has 65% USP-grade alcohol.) What’s more, Pipette is donating 21,000 32 oz bottles to healthcare professionals at various hospitals including (but not limited to_ UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals (Oakland and San Francisco), UCLA and Cedars Sinai in Southern California and Elmhurst Hospital, Mount Sinai, St Francis and New York-Presbyterian Hospitals in New York. 
What We’re Buying (Because We Literally Don’t Have Any Other Options): Pipette Hand Sanitizer

Ulta

In addition to having a curated assortment of hand sanitizers, Ulta recently added the paraben-free, cruelty-free home & body line, J.R. Watkins to its site. Included in the collection is the cleansing oud hand elixir.

Paper Source

Our favorite crafty destination just restocked its supply of hand sanitizers, and so there’s officially never been a better time buy a bottle or two, and order a couple cards to send out to friends and family while you’re at it.
What We’re Buying (Because We Literally Don’t Have Any Other Options): Assorted Hand Sanitizer

Megababe

The brand behind the internet-breaking anti-chafe stick and natural deodorant just restocked its bestselling vegan hand sanitizer — and are releasing a 16oz jumbo version for the first time.
What We’re Buying (Because We Literally Don’t Have Any Other Options): Megababe Squeaky Clean Hand Sanitizer

Etsy

Apparently hand sanitizers make for great party favors (well they certainly do now) so Etsy sellers have this category on lock. Who knew? And, there’s quite a variety. Just make sure you’re buying it from a reputable seller that lists the alcohol content.

Vitacost

The Kroger-owned low-cost hub to buy health brands and vitamins is beloved by moms (or at least this writer’s mom). If you’re not familiar with them yet, get to know the e-tailer by cruising what’s left of its sanitizer section.
What We’re Buying (Because We Literally Don’t Have Any Other Options): Brittanie’s Thyme Organic Hand Sanitizer Orange, Brittanie’s Thyme Organic Hand Sanitizer Lavender
COVID-19 has been declared a global pandemic. Go to the CDC website for the latest information on symptoms, prevention, and other resources.
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