How dangerous is saturating your skin with lysol spray to kill germs, blatantly ignoring the warning?

Why risk it? There are appropriate skin cleansers for a variety of purposes, such as those routinely bought in the grocery/pharmacy and those prescribed by physicians such as for helping acne. Lysol is designed for cleaning non-living surfaces and should not be used as a skin cleanser. Human skin is not a counter top.
Why do it? Don't know exactly how dangerous it is but if there is significant absorption through the skin it could certainly cause problems. And i woudn't recommend ignoring any warning label. The bigger question is why do it? Saturating your skin with lysol is not necessary to kill germs. Just use a basic hand sanitizer or plain soap and water and it is just as (if not more) effective.