How do you feel about easy DIY recipes? I’m all about DIY projects. It’s great for saving money, saving the environment, and staying creative! Some of the best out there are the ones that are kid-friendly. Recently, I whipped up an Easy Kid’s Gel Hand Sanitizer Recipe and it’s fantastic! Your kids will love making it with you, too!
Easy Kid’s Gel Hand Sanitizer Recipe
Kid-Friendly Gel Hand Sanitizer
Because my alcohol-free hand sanitizer gel is super kid-friendly and super easy to make, you’ll not want to buy store brands again! Not to mention, it’s composed of safe and effective ingredients such as witch hazel instead of isopropyl alcohol.
In addition, when it comes to teaching kids about personal hygiene and how to use hand sanitizer gel, you have to make it fun! Putting together this sanitizer acts like a science experiment. If it keeps them busy, it keeps them happy!
A Gel Consistency Kids Want To Get Their Hands On!
This easy hand sanitizer gel is great for the young ones because the consistency is so interesting to them. In their minds, it resembles slime, so they’re more inclined to slap it on and stay clean. For me, it’s a relief that they’re taking precautionary measures to stay safe… without even realizing it!
Making Hand Sanitizer Can Be Fun!
Time for having fun in the kitchen! Grab your kids because it is time to teach them how to make hand sanitizer gel with aloe vera, which is great for your skin! They will have a ball helping you with this EO hand sanitizer gel and won’t even realize they are learning while they have fun!
Please watch this video slideshow to see how easy this recipe is to make! And be sure to make our Disney’s most horridly fashionable Cruella de Vil Red Velvet Cupcakes with Homemade Irish Buttercream Frosting. You can use your hand sanitizer gel to clean up your hands after helping mom in the kitchen!
- 1/3 cup Aloe Vera gel
- 1 cup witch hazel
- 1 tablespoon avocado oil
- 1/2 tablespoon of distilled water
- *5-10 drops of cedarwood essential oil
- *5-10 drops of chamomile essential oil
- 3-4 ounce plastic squeeze top travel bottles
- Measuring cup
Add your aloe gel and witch hazel to a measuring cup and whisk together.
Add in your avocado carrier oil and distilled water.
*Add in your essential oils. We have chosen essential oils that are shown to be safe for children. Whisk all ingredients together until well incorporated.
Using a funnel, add the mixture into your bottle, stopping about ½” from the top. Add the top and screw on tightly.
You Also Get Free Printable Labels!
Slap on your label! And speaking of labels! If you would like to add one to your bottle, you can download your FREE PDF PRINTABLE LABELS for yourself! Just click on the image below to grab it!
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*Please refer to online guidelines for the safe ratio of essential oils to carrier oils for the age of your child.