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5 hand sanitisers you can actually buy in Hong Kong

Keep your hands free from bacteria with these rinse-free alternatives

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Running low on hand sanitisers? Don't have time to wait in line for a bottle of bacteria-killing potion? Worry not, because there is a handful of alternatives you can turn to. While some of these may be slightly on the pricier side, they are a perfect alternative to your usual hand sanitisers that tend to have an overpowering alcohol smell and leave your hands feeling dry like sandpaper. So, without further ado, here are our top five favs.

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5 alternative hand sanitisers: rinse-free hand wash

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Shopping, Shopping centres

Sabon ($85 / 80ml)

Tsim Sha Tsui

Sabon is one of our favourite go-to when it comes to hand care products, so you can imagine our excitement when we realised they have hand sanitising products too! The Hygienic Hand Wash ticks all the boxes for us. It contains alcohol so it disinfects your hands. It's got vitamin E so it keeps your hands feeling moisturised. And, it comes in a choice of two aromas: Pink Cotton and Patchouli lavender vanilla. Sweet!

Available at various store locations

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Byredo ($275 / 30ml)


Byredo's new line of rinse-free hand wash comes in two scents – Suede, a floral fragrance paired with a soft and fruity musk, and Vetyver, a warm, herby blend with earthy, floral notes. Both are made with an alcohol-based formula that can gently cleanse your hands while keeping them fully hydrated. 

Available at Lane Crawford and

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Neal's Yard Remedies ($90 / 50ml)

Using all-natural products, Neal's Yard Remedies' Organic Defence Hand Spray claims to kill 99.9% of any harmful bacteria. Using a blend of pure essential oils along with witch hazel, the spray helps to purify and protect your hands, while keeping them fresh and subtly fragranced.

Available at various store locations and

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Health and beauty, Spas

Aesop ($70 / 50ml)


The Aesop Resurrection Rise-free Hand Wash is a non-drying hand gel made with an alcohol-based formula. It can cleanse and hydrate your hands both at the same time, and the 50ml bottle is the perfect size to fit in your pocket too! 

Available at various store locations

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Grown Alchemist ($105 / 50ml)

Here's another option for those who prefer something more natural. The Hydra-Hand Sanitiser by Grown Alchemist uses a protective formula that boasts a 70% alcohol content extracted from natural cane sugars, along with hyaluronan and antioxidants that can instantly sanitise and hydrate. What's more, for the whole of February, Grown Alchemist will be donating all of their global sales of their Detox Hydra-Mist+ to the Australian Red Cross in support of the Australian bushfire – so pop one into the shopping cart while you're at it!

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