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  • Heather Morrow

    Homemade Hand Sanitizer, Shea Butter & Air Freshener Recipes for the next road trip. Ahhh.

  • Cam Payne

    Homemade Hand Sanitizer Recipe 1/4 c. aloe vera gel (as pure as you can get) 3/4 c. rubbing alcohol (at least 91%) 1/8 c. vegetable glycerin (optional) (if omitted, use an extra 1/8 c. aloe vera gel) 10 drops essential oil (cinnamon and sweet orange were my choices, ut there’s a list of other ideas below) (optional) Pour everything into your food processor or blender and let it go on high for a minute or two. Bottle and use as you would any hand sanitizer.

  • Kendra Mikko

    DIY hand sanitizer...

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