Being a parent, you know there are a few things that are difficult in getting your child to do on a regular basis. Clean their rooms, brush their teeth and wash their hands. With the spread of germs and diseases on the rise, especially throughout the school-age years, teaching our kids to keep their hands clean has never been more important.
Families can now stay healthy with Lysol®
The Lysol® No-TouchTM Hand Soap System makes it so your family doesn’t have to come into contact with germs while washing up in the kitchen or bathroom. I used to use those disposable dispensers but I found they became grimy, everyone putting their fingers on the pump just to retrieve the soap.
The Lysol® No-TouchTM Hand Soap System effectively kills up to 99% of germs and bacteria. This prevents sickness and disease in the home.
I love my hands-free Lysol® No-TouchTM Hand Soap System. It comes in stainless steel, adding a certain flare to any bathroom. Lysol® now has a NEW AND IMPROVED soap formula, which contains a moisturizing collagen complex that is soft on hands, but still hard on germs.
The Lysol® No-TouchTM Antibacterial Hand Soap refills are also beyond wonderful and come in a variety of fragrances that include: Aloe & Vitamin E, Cucumber & Watermelon, Cranberry, Cocoa & Brown Sugar and my favorite Lemon & Verbena, which is what we are using right now. It’s a citrus scent that smells fresh and clean each time we use it. It’s the ultimate benefit for you and your family.
As parents, it’s our goal to keep our families healthy and safe. I am happy we are using the Lysol® No-TouchTM Hand Soap System. I love that the dispenser pushes out just the right amount of antibacterial moisturizing soap so the kids don’t overuse it, and that people’s hands don’t come into contact with the automatic soap dispenser, providing a healthier and much safer environment.
What do you love about the Lysol® No-TouchTM Soap System? Chime in and share your thoughts below.
Disclosure: Although this post has been generously sponsored by Lysol®, the opinions and language are my own, and in no way do they reflect Lysol®.