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Aqium Antibacterial Hand Sanitiser with Moisturiser

Throughout the day you can accumulate germs on your hands from a variety of sources. These include direct contact with people, contaminated surfaces, food and animals. In fact, touching transmits 80% of infections.1

Good hand Hygiene to avoid germs

Good hand hygiene is one of the best ways to help avoid the spread of germs.

Obviously, this is achieved by washing your hands. But you don’t always have access to soap and water. That’s where

Aqium Hand Sanitiser

comes in very handy. It leaves hands refreshed, moisturised and hygienically clean. Just think of all the places you come into contact with germs. From public transport to travelling overseas, even the simple act of changing your child’s nappy.


is an ideal way to stay germ free wherever you are.

Aqium Antibacterial Hand Sanitiser
NEW Convenient 60ml size

Make Aqium a part of your daily hand hygiene routine

  • It offers a quick and convenient way to sanitise your hands on the go
  • Is a hospital strength formula
  • Kills 99.99% of germs fast
  • Is non-sticky and air dries quickly so you don’t need to wash, rinse or dry your hands
  • Is Australian owned and made
  • Leaves your hands refreshed and hygienically clean
Kill germs with alcohol based hand sanitiser

Why is Aqium so effective in killing germs?

Alcohol is an effective germ killing agent that has been used for centuries.2 And best of all, it works fast at killing germs. Aqium contains 70% alcohol, which is an effective level of alcohol, proven to

kill nasty germs

and help keep you and your family protected. Aqium is available in three convenient sizes and is suitable to use every day at home as well as in hospitality, offices, shops and in widely used public areas.

1. Tierno, P.M. The Secret Life of Germs. New York: Atria Books, 2001, p.13. 2. Larson EL, Morton HE. Alcohols. In S. S. Block, editors.: Disinfectants and Antiseptics. A. By Chemical Type. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger; 1991. p.191-203 - See more at: