Kate Pressed Irritated Psoriasis Sanitizer Review

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When you are faced with debilitating psoriasis or even eczema, the last thing you want to do is splash hand sanitizer laced with alcohol onto the target area. That’s asking for even worse symptoms than you had before. Instead, the goal should be to sooth and seek medical treatment. The best hand sanitizer to treat such afflictions can be Kate Pressed Irritated Psoriasis Sanitizer.

Why We Like It – Kate Pressed Irritated Psoriasis Sanitizer

When you’re suffering from psoriasis or eczema, using hand sanitizers will only make the issue worse. Instead, use aloe vera, freshly cut from organic pure aloe plants.

Pros
  • Organic aloe vera gel
  • Promotes smoother, softer skin
  • Doubles as a conditioner for dry scalps and hair
Cons
  • May cause redness; perform allergy test first
  • Doesn’t kill germs

Performance

Applying Kate Pressed Irritated Psoriasis Sanitizer to your skin will show immediate results by soothing the target area. This is because the gel is made of organic, pure aloe vera plants—no alcohol necessary. Using this while taking medication or other to rid yourself of the affliction will allow for the area to heal, rather than irritate like Pro Sanitize Waterless Hand Sanitizer. What it won’t do is kill germs, not without alcohol added. It may only be aloe vera, but you should still perform an allergy test.

Design

Kate Pressed Irritated Psoriasis Sanitizer might be more watery than some people care to handle, but don’t let that send you away. It’s thick enough to handle, but also watery enough to mix with hand sanitizer like Amazon Brand Solimo Hand Sanitizer. In addition to moisturizing skin, it also doubles as a conditioner for your hair, if you just so happen to have a dry scalp and dry hair. Since there isn’t any alcohol contained inside, and it’s a rather large 8 oz bottle, it won’t dry your skin out.

Value

The Kate Pressed Irritated Psoriasis Sanitizer is an 8 ounce bottle of liquid/gel aloe vera, at $8 per bottle. Considering it can be used to mix with strong hand sanitizers, its performance on dry skin, that’s a really nice deal. Another nice tidbit is getting a 1-year warranty, which isn’t bad if you find out you’re allergic to it. In other words: what is there to lose? However, it’s a rather large container. Traveling with it won’t be hard necessarily, but the Durisan Alcohol-Free Travel Hand Sanitizers are easier to conceal.

Kate Pressed Irritated Psoriasis Sanitizer Wrap Up

The Kate Pressed Irritated Psoriasis Sanitizer doesn’t do much to sanitize, but can be mixed with hand sanitizer for bacteria-killing properties. By itself its aloe vera content is better suited for soothing eczema and psoriasis. You can even use it in your hair. But remember: try an allergy test first, before using it liberally.

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Brady Meyers

Brady Klinger-Meyers is a writer based in Pennsylvania. He regularly contributes to websites such as Hardcore Droid, Gamepur, and Homebli. His work remains primarily in technology, from video game journalism to consumer technology.

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