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Tea Tree Sanitizer from Saponera ^

by Sharné

If you are looking for good sanitizer during this pandemic, then I recommend trying this Vegan Tea Tree Sanitizer from Saponera.

^ This product was gifted to me. Opinions expressed here are my own.


Even though washing your hands with soap and water is still the best option, I carry sanitizer with me, for when I don’t have access to either. Saponera is a local Cape Town-based brand that is passionate about creating natural plant-based products that are free from harmful chemicals and animal products and is greywater safe.

The ingredients:

The tea tree sanitizer is made with top-grade ethyl alcohol derived from sugar cane. It also contains Aloe Vera, which offsets the drying effect of alcohol on the skin, and Tea tree essential oil which has antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties.

The packaging lists the following ingredients: Denatured sugarcane alcohol, aqua, aloe barbadensis extract, melaleuca alternafolio (tea tree) oil.

The packaging:

There are two packaging options when buying this product: 100ml PET spray bottle or a 500ml Refill. To date, I have not managed to find a glass-bottled sanitizer spray. I will reuse this bottle, instead of it ending up as waste once the sanitizer is finished.

Where to buy?

The Tea Tree Sanitizer is available directly from the Saponera online shop

What sanitizer do you use? Let me know in the comments below. If you’d like to see more of the body & beauty products I have found, have a look here. If you’d like to see what home & garden products I have found have a look here.  New products posted regularly.

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