B4 is a single-use hand sanitizer. It’s designed for restaurant tables to use before, during or after a meal. The pocket-sized packets are also great on the go.
How do I use B4?
Tear open the packet and empty the gel into your hands. Rub in thoroughly until hands are dry. Do not wipe or use water to rinse.
Why does B4 need alcohol?
The CDC recommends that a minimum of 60% alcohol be used to kill germs when soap and water are not available or convenient.
Does B4 have a strong alcohol smell?
No. B4 has a fresh scent similar to soap.
What germs and bacteria does B4 kill?
B4 kills common germs that can cause illness.
Does B4 protect against Swine Flu or H1N1?
Hand sanitizers can’t prevent Swine Flu or H1N1. However, the CDC recommends practicing good hand hygiene to protect yourself. Hand sanitizers are an effective way to keep your hands clean.
Will B4 dry my hands?
No. B4 moisturizes your hands with Aloe Vera Gel and Vitamin E and it doesn’t leave a sticky residue.
Is this similar to other hand sanitizers on the market today?
Yes and no. B4 Contains 62% Ethyl Alcohol which is recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to kill 99.9% of common germs and bacteria within seconds. The difference is that B4 is enriched with Vitamin E and Aloe Vera so it does not dry your hands. It also has a fresh scent, rather than a strong odor of alcohol.