Sparitual helps US battle coronavirus with new hand sanitiser launch

The first 5,000 units will be donated to Los Angeles’ most vulnerable homeless citizens

Los Angeles-based premium beauty brand Sparitual has introduced a hand sanitiser spray as the country continues to battle the spread of coronavirus.

The new Hand Sanitizer Spray product is formulated with four ingredients: isopropyl alcohol, glycerin, hydrogen peroxide and purified water, and does not include any added fragrance or oils.

Sparitual has donated the first 5,000 units to Los Angeles’ most vulnerable homeless people.

The products were created in partnership with the brand’s parent company Orly International.

“As a wellness company for over 15 years, Sparitual has always been at the forefront of personal health,” said the brand’s founder Shel Pink.

“Hand sanitisers will help reduce the spread of this virus while keeping everyone safe.”

Production has taken place at Orly International’s San Fernando Valley manufacturing plant in Los Angeles.

Each order includes a pack of four bottles and is available for US$24 via sparitual.com.

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