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Prefense Non-Alcohol Hand Santizer Review

I hate when I use a hand sanitizers and then having the alcohol left on my hands. I especially hate letting my little ones use it. They constantly have their hands in their mouths and I worry about what chemicals they are putting in their mouth. Sometimes I wonder if I am actually making it worse by putting drying alcohol on our hands. Recently our family had the opportunity to try Prefense Non-Alcohol Hand Sanitizer. Prefense Non-Alcohol Hand Sanitizer is like no other Sanitizer out there. Prefense is made of all-natural ingredients and has absolutely no alcohol in it! There is no smell or chemicals left on your little ones hands that can hurt them if swallowed. Prefense is non-toxic and safe for your kids to use. Prefense protects against staph, strep, E.coli, drug resistant MRSA strains, and more. Prefense Non-Alcohol Hand Sanitizer actually smooths and softens your hands. You can immediately feel the difference with your first use. My favorite part of using Prefense Non-Alcohol Hand Sanitizer is that one spray lasts at least 24 hours and actual tests have shown that it could last up to 60 hours! One 1.5 ounce bottle last over 120 applications. Just imagine the money you will save!

Prefense has but together a must have combo pack.  The combo pack includes a container of hand wipes and a 1.5oz bottle all for just $7.99! This is the lowest price ever and is available exclusively in on their website store! This would be perfect to send to you little one’s preschool or daycare! Don’t forget to send one it to your kids teachers! They will appreciate it!

http://prefense.bigcartel.com/product/wipes-1-5oz-combo-pack

Prefense Non-Alcohol Hand Sanitizer can be purchased  directly on Prefence’s websitePrefense Non-Alcohol Hand Sanitizer can also be purchase through Amazon.

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Enter to win!! One winner will receive a 8 oz bottle of Prefense Prefense Non-Alcohol Hand Sanitizer which offers 640 applications!  With one spray lasting all day, that one bottle of Prefense could potentially last one user almost 2 years!  The giveaway is open to U.S Residents only.  The giveaway bottle of Prefense will be shipped directly to the winner.

(I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free from the sponsor. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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As a Blogger Mom, I have the great opportunities to meet other blogging moms and dads like me! We get to talk about topics of the same interest, support each others writings and most of all make each other laugh with the our parenting stories. My friend Clayton was able to do that this morning with his latest writing Children and Beer Caves:

One thing I have noticed over my years of working with children is the attitude their parents take concerning the exposure to alcohol.  Before anyone believes that I have a holier than thou approach, the truth is my ideas are fairly convoluted.  For example, I don’t drink around my children.  But, my wife will have a glass of wine with dinner occasionally and it doesn’t bother me in the least.  My friends also drink around my children at parties and I’m not put off by them either.  Not drinking around my children is simply a personal decision.  My goal for this post is for parents to simply think about their attitudes about alcohol and their children.

Last weekend, my wife ran out of wine.  Therefore (being the hunter gatherer of the house) I went out to correct this atrocity.  When I went to the liquor store though, I saw something that was a bit unusual.  A mom, dad, and two children (probably ages 8 and 5) walked out of the store’s beer cave with a cart full of beer.  While there are some people reading this thinking what bad parents they are, there are others pumping their fists thinking, “Now that’s what I am talking about.” Though I don’t want to judge this family, I question the message this act sends to their children.

To read the rest of the Article please visit:

http://www.claytonpaulthomas.com/archives/531

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