Jungle Magic Kids Dino Sanitizer

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Hi Ladies, today I’ll be reviewing a kid’s sanitizer that I received from safetykart.com. Thanks to Swapna and Pratibha for the two lovely products (other product in the next post).

The bottle looks so cute with the cap looking like a hat of a cute dino. I tried the sanitizer, it smells and feels like the regular sanitizers. I dint find any kiddie fragrances in it.
But somehow, I believe in products promising that it can be used for kids (above 3 years), as it would have been tested extensively.

Ethanol IP (95% v/V) 62%V/V, Denatured with Isopropyl IP 3.3 V/V, Diethyl Phthalate 1% V/V in a perfumed gel base

I use Dettol hand sanitizer which clearly says that it cannot be used on children, here is the ingredient list:

Denatured Alcohol- 69.4% w/w, Water PEG/PPG-17/6 copolymer, Propylene glycol, Acrylate /C10-30 alkyl acrylate, cross polymer, Tetrahydroxpropyl ethylenediamine, Perfume.

Comparing the two Jungle magic seems much safer for kids.
Overall a good product for our little ones, but do monitor them while using the sanitizer. Price is also the same as regular sanitizers so that’s another plus.

Price Rs 60

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Jaishri is an IT professional and the founder of mommyswall. She is a mom of a lovely 4 year old and lives in Bangalore. She is also a certified Yoga instructor and believes in Natural living.
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8 Responses to Jungle Magic Kids Dino Sanitizer

  1. Now you can get this at online store of safetykart.

  2. As your kid’s hands pounce upon innumerable things, along with grabbing the item, your hands also tend to attract germs. But it is not possible to wash their hands every now and then. For this reason, we bring to you Jungle Magic Dino hand sanitizer for kids. It is a perfect blend of active ingredients that cleanses the skin deeply & prevents growth of any kind of bacterial & fungal infections. It gives the skin a pleasant effect by reducing cross contamination and leaves your kids hands absolutely germ free.

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  4. reks says:

    Himalaya is considered safe being herbal. And anyways all of these should be used under adult supervision and in minimal quantities.

  5. reks says:

    Hey Jaish..tx for this post. I have been. Himalaya sanitizer for quite a while, no issues so far. I’m planning to try the pee safe one.. Will let u know my view

  6. admin says:

    Yea it seems much safer :)

  7. Shwetha K B says:

    Thanks for this review… I am using himalaya sanitizer but i was not too sure if we can use it on kids. My daughter is fond of using it when we go out ….now may be i can try this as a safer option.

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