December 10, 2020 By Off

Where to buy hand sanitizer: These retailers still have stock

As retailers across the country sell out of hand sanitizer, you’re probably wondering where to buy hand sanitizer right now. 

So we’re making a list of retailers where to buy hand sanitizer. We’re also including gels, soaps, and a variety of other hand-cleaning solutions in our roundup. Just keep in mind that inventory sells out rapidly. So if a product is out of stock, it’s worth trying another link. (For further protection, check out our guide on where to buy face masks). 

Where to buy hand sanitizer 

Hand sanitizer spray: $16 @ Vegamour
Vegamour’s plant-based and cruelty free hand sanitizer spray is back in stock. It’s made with 75% isopropyl alcohol, which is higher than the 70% recommended by the CDC. For every purchase, 20% of the proceeds will benefit Project Angel Food, which prepares and delivers healthy meals to men, women, and children affected by life-threatening illnesses throughout Los Angeles.View Deal

Antibacterial Gel: $8 @ Today Glitter
This antibacterial gel is made with 60% isopropyl alcohol or 70% alcohol (IPA) per the CDC’s recommendations. (Due to shortage of alcohol supply, they use both versions indistinctively). It also has built-in moisturizing to diminish dry hands. View Deal

NxN Unscented Hand Sanitizer: $24 @ Amazon
The NxN Hand Sanitizer is made with 70% alcohol. Each bottle in this 3-pack holds 12 ounces (for a total of 36 ounces combined). The hand sanitizer is unscented and made in the USA. View Deal

Pura D’or Hand Sanitizer 2-Pack: $19 @ Amazon
Pura D’or Hand Sanitizer is the top-selling hand sanitizer at Amazon. This pack includes two 16-ounce bottles of sanitizer. It’s made with 70% alcohol and includes tea tree oil for deep cleansing. It features a lemongrass scent. View Deal

Suave Hand Sanitizer 6-Pack: $26 @ Amazon
For a limited time, Amazon has this 6-pack of Suave hand sanitizer on sale for $26. The spray is made with 65% ethyl alcohol, which meets the CDC recommendation of 60% for combatting COVID-19.View Deal

Hand Sanitizer 4-Bottles: $19 @ Super Sanitizer
Super Sanitizer’s hand sanitizers contain 65% ethyl alcohol, which meets the CDC recommendation for combatting coronavirus. They also feature built-in moisturizer to keep your hands from drying. View Deal

Cleace Hand Sanitizer: $5 @ Fry’s
This 16.9-ounce bottle of hand sanitizer is made of 75% alcohol. It also features moisturizing ingredients to keep your hands from over drying. It’s on sale for $5.99. View Deal

Fleur & Bee Dis-Mist 2-Pack: $12 @ Fleur & Bee
Fleur & Bee is a skincare company that focuses on products made with natural ingredients. Their new hand sanitizer is formulated with 75% isopropyl alcohol and follows CDC and FDA guidelines to effectively kill germs and bacteria. It’s also vegan and cruelty-free.View Deal

CBD Hand Sanitizer: $11 @ Seabedee
This isopropyl alcohol-based hand sanitizer is infused with 100mg of premium 99.97% CBD isolate, aloe, and lavender. Use coupon “STAYWELL” to take 15% off. After discount, the price drops to $11.01. View Deal

Persani Alcohol Hand Sanitizer: $4 @ REI
REI is taking preorders of this Persani Hand Sanitizer Spray. It’s made with 62% ethyl alcohol (the CDC recommends 60%+ to combat coronavirus). It also has Vitamin E and aloe for moisturizing your hands. View Deal

Travel Size Hand Sanitizer: $5 @ Noellery
This 1.8-ounce mini bottle of hand sanitizer is perfect for any trips outside. It has a built-in key chain clip which lets you attach it to anything from a set of keys to your backpack. It’s made with 68% alcohol and comes in different scents. View Deal

Church Hand Sanitizer: $10 @ Church California
Church hand sanitizer is 100% botanical and made with a mix of 65% 190 proof organic grain alcohol and an assortment of essential oils like rosemary and tea tree.View Deal

Zoya Hand Sanitizer: $2 @ Zoya
Zoya hand sanitizer is made with 70% isopropyl alcohol, which meets the recommendation set by the CDC for combatting coronavirus. It also includes Vitamin E and conditioners to help maintain moisturized skin. View Deal

Klean + Hand Sanitizer: $5 @ Klean +
This Klean + hand sanitizer is paraben- and cruelty-free. It’s made with 67% ethyl alcohol (the CDC recommends at least 60% to fight COVID-19) as well as eucalyptus oil, lavender oil, and rosemary oil. It’s also sold in 3 packs, 6 packs, and 24 packs. View Deal

Preparedness Kit: $30 @ Cabinet
The Cabinet Preparedness Kit includes medicines to alleviate cold and flu-like symptoms. It also includes two hand cleanser sprays mixed with 70% alcohol and natural oils to keep your hands clean and moisturized. Healthcare and frontline workers can message Cabinet to get this kit at a discounted price. View Deal

Dr. Bronner’s Organic Hand Sanitizer: $5 @ REI
Need to make a quick trip outside? this 2-ounce bottle of Dr. Bronner’s Organic Hand Sanitizer is perfect for on-the-go use. Its formula kills germs with organic ethyl alcohol, water, organic lavender oil, and organic glycerin. View Deal

Fast Orange Pumice Hand Cleaner: $25 @ Staples
Pumice hand soap is ideal for cleaning grease, paint, oil, and other hard-to-remove stains from your hands. This 1-gallon bottle is made with aloe to be extra gentle on your skin. View Deal

Method Dish Soap: $4 @ Office Depot
Although it’s meant for dishes, this 18-ounce bottle of Method Dish Soap also cleans your hands and can be used if you’re having trouble finding stock of other hand soap. View Deal

Sea to Summit Citronella Wilderness Wash Soap: $5 @ REI
Although it was meant for camping, this 3-ounce bottle of Sea to Summit Wilderness Wash Soap can be used to clean hands, dishes, and even fabrics. View Deal

DrJ’s Advanced Formula Hand Sanitizer: $5 @ Glowwy
DrJ’s Advanced Formula Hand Sanitizer is made with 75% alcohol along with aloe vera gel. It’s in stock and on sale for $5.99 for a 3.3-ounce bottle. View Deal

Sea to Summit Wilderness Wash: $4 @ REI
This 3-ounce bottle of biodegradable soap is meant for camping, but it can be used to quickly clean skin and/or fabrics.View Deal

Sea to Summit Wilderness Wipes: $4 @ REI
These wipes are meant for camping and removing dirt and sweat from your hands/body. Just keep in mind they are alcohol-free. View Deal

Hand sanitizer (inventory fluctuating)

These hand sanitizers have been coming in and out of stock throughout the day. Check back often to see if their stock is replenished. 

Method Gel Hand Wash: $3 @ Home Depot
Method’s gel hand wash is  biodegradable and child-safe with a “juicy pear” scent. View Deal

Purell Advanced Gel Hand Sanitizer: $18 @ Staples
Staples is probably the last place you’d think to buy hand sanitizer, but that’s precisely why they have slightly better stock than stores like Amazon. View Deal

Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer: $26 @ Office Depot
This 2-pack cleans and moisturizes your hands simultaneously thank to its aloe and Vitamin E-based formula. It’s small size makes it perfect for a desk or common area. (It’s now out of stock, but you can be notified via e-mail when stock is replenished). View Deal

Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer: $5 @ Office Depot
Office Depot has this 8-ounce bottle of Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer. There’s a four-bottle limit per order. View Deal

Purell Sanitizing Wipes: $9 @ Staples
The next best thing to hand sanitizer, this canister of Purell Sanitizing Wipes includes 100 wipes, which can be used to clean your hands or wipe down surfaces. View Deal

Where to buy hand sanitizer – tips

The nationwide race to flatten the COVID-19 curve is causing consumers to bulk-buy hand sanitizer. As a result, finding hand sanitizer online is very tricky, but still possible if you’re persistent and constantly check retailers for stock. Also, keep in mind that stores like Target, Publix, and Kroger are placing limitations on the number of hand sanitizer and cleaning products that people can buy. 

In some good news, Amazon Prime Pantry is back online after temporarily closing due to coronavirus-related demand. The site currently has stock, albeit low, of hand soaps and disinfectant.  

In addition to hand sanitizer, washing your hands is the first step in our essential coronavirus tips checklist. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also recommends using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol or higher. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has created a list of recommended coronavirus cleaning products.

Make sure to follow our guide on where to buy cleaning supplies and where to buy latex gloves as they’re selling out often too.

Where to buy hand sanitizer CVS

If you’ve been wondering where to buy hand sanitizer it’s very likely CVS might have crossed your mind. Unfortunately, to buy hand sanitizer at CVS you’ll have to venture to your nearest store. A quick look at hand sanitizer at CVS and you’ll see they’re only offering hand sanitizer sales in-store. That said, they have a BOGO sale wherein if you buy one bottle, you get 50% off the other. 

Where to buy hand sanitizer Target

Hand sanitizer at Target is hard to find, especially if you’re looking for name brands like Purell. Target does have online stock of various hand soaps, which you can buy online. They currently have Mrs. Meyer’s, Everspring, Method, and more.