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April 15, 2020 1 Comment

What do you do when you can't find any hand sanitizer?   You make your own.     You might even have these three ingredients at home! 

Last month when everyone was buying all the toilet paper, hand sanitizer and Lysol wipes, I was sitting at home, thinking we had enough of the essentials on hand.  I was thinking  it would be like a bad snow storm, and things would be back to normal.  Soon.  Boy, was I wrong.  

Fast forward 33 days, and I'm trying to figure out if you can make toilet paper out of cauliflower.   Well, not really, but if you know a recipe, I know someone who knows someone who would love to know!  

Seriously, though.   Back to the all important hand sanitizer that you cannot find.  Anywhere.    Don't panic.   Just look for these three ingredients.  You might even have them in your medicine cabinet or under your bathroom sink!

Make Your Own Hand Sanitizer Recipe and Free Printable


Here's what you'll need:

Rubbing Alcohol {Isopropyl Alcohol} (70% or higher) - the higher the better

Aloe Vera Gel

Essential Oil (optional)

Containers like these Travel bottles 

Optional Labels for bottles.  We use Avery 22846 Kraft Labels.

Now, just follow this simple recipe and make your own liquid gold, I mean hand sanitizer.  

Hand Sanitizer Recipe and Free Printable


  •  2/3 C Aloe Vera Gel
  • 1 1/3 C Isopropyl Alcohol 70% or higher alcohol content
  • 10 drops Essential Oil (we used citrus fresh but lavender smells amazing too)


  • Mix ingredients together in a large liquid measuring cup (makes pouring it into the containers much easier)
  • Pour mixture into containers. 
  • Place a small amount on your hands. Rub hands together for 20 seconds
    (or until they feel dry)
Makes approximately 2 cups 

Download our free label here.

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1 Response


July 01, 2020

These are so cute! How did you make the label?

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