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by Holly Riddle

Mar 4, 2022

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Everyone’s reaching for their favorite germ-killer these days. However, if you’ve yet to find a favorite to tuck in your carry-on bag, you might want to try PlaneAire. Here’s why:


Designed with travelers in mind, PlaneAire’s travel collection is made from 99 percent plant-based ingredients with no added alcohol or ammonia. The germ-killing sprays are lab-tested and proven to leave surfaces hygienically clean. The travel collection of wipes and sprays comes in several different scents, but are intended for use on things like your airplane seat and tray table.


But beyond these items, PlaneAire also offers two other products just as handy in any travel situation. The brand’s hand sanitizer blends — called PlaneAire Hands — come in gel, spray and lotion forms, so you can pick your preferred option. All are antiseptic and kill 99.99 percent of most common germs, plus they smell great (think scents like cardamom lavender or tangerine coriander) and leave your hands feeling soft and smooth, thanks to ingredients like aloe vera, glycerin and essential oils. There’s also PlaneAire’s kid-geared Yipes! wipes, also 99 percent plant-derived and can be used to clean off the kiddos no matter what kind of messes they come across.


But, if you’re looking for a new germ-killer, we all know one of the main questions you’re probably asking as a modern-day traveler: Can it kill COVID-19? And, at least where PlaneAire’s hand sanitizing products are concerned, the answer is yes. The CDC recommends using alcohol-based hand sanitizers that contain at least 60 percent alcohol to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and PlaneAire Hands contains 70 percent alcohol.


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