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Foaming hand sanitizer causing allergic reactions, what to do?

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Dr. Mary Latimer
Pediatric Neurology 36 years experience
Use soap: Old fashioned soap is a perfectly good alternative. Try something with low allergens such as cetaphil. Dove is another good option.
Dr. Oscar Novick
Pediatrics 58 years experience
Hand sanitizer: Use soap and water.It is still effective in killing germs

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