FulviSafe hand sanitizer and barrier cream review | AD

 Well hello to you my reader chums! Considering what's going on in the world at the minute, using hand sanitizer has become an everyday activity. I've always been a bit of a hand sanitizer weirdo, so in a weird way, I'm kind of liking everyone jumping onto the hand gel hype. When FulviSafe got in touch to trial out and review their hand sanitizer range, I jumped at the chance as I'm always keen to see which other ones are available.

What is FulviSafe?

FulviSafe is a hygiene product range designed to cleanse and protect hands from viruses and bacteria and kill 99.9% of germs with no alcohol ingredient. Their products include a hand sanitizer and barrier cream and are safe to use on all the family, even for small children. The main ingredient is Carbohydrate Derived Fulvic Acid and is clinically proven to kill germs effectively as alcohol-based sanitizers.

Hand Sanitizer


The hand sanitizer's packaging is simple and the perfect size to take on the go. It has a secure cap that kept leakage to a minimum. There's not much I can really say about the packaging but I love how it's small enough to use in my hand luggage at the airport - and in any small bag.

Scent and texture 

I have to admit, I wasn't the biggest fan of the scent when I first used the sanitizer as it's quite unusual. However, it's a thousand times better than the typical alcohol-based sanitizer scent. It reminds me of quite a musky, wooden scent and is similar to polish. It's a very distinctive scent that after a while, I got immune to.

The texture of the sanitizer is my favourite thing about it. It is a water-like texture in appearance and once applied, feels like a gel-like consistency on the skin. It sinks into the skin super quickly and my hands feel really moisturised and clean after use. I'm in love with how quick it's able to dry and how it also doubles up as feeling like a moisturiser, rather than drying out my hands.

Lasting effects

The hand sanitizer scent lingers on the skin for a while and after it has sunk into the skin, my hands stay soft for a long time. Even when I use it multiple times, my hands still feel incredibly soft as if I've applied lotion, rather than hand gel. 

Comparison to other hand sanitizers

I'm definitely converted to this brand compared to other hand sanitizers. During this time, I've been using a lot of different sanitizers, and often than not, they always leave my hands feeling dry or sticky. However, FulviSafe is nothing like that - it's moisturising, smooth and my hands aren't left feeling uncomfortably sticky (basically a win, win.)

FulviSafe hand sanitizer and barrier cream review | AD

Barrier cream

Scent and texture

I also got gifted the barrier cream to review and honestly, I'm in love with it. It's designed to use as both a hand sanitizer and moisturiser (which is basically my idea of heaven). The scent of the cream is similar to the sanitizer but slightly more toned down and has the same lingering element.

The texture is beautiful. If you think of a dreamy hand lotion texture, this is it. The cream is really soft in texture, blends easily and dries really quickly, which means no stickiness whatsoever. The scent lingers on my hands for ages afterwards and I can't help but think it makes my hands even cleaner. 

Overall thoughts on the cream

The cream is a brilliant asset to your typical hand sanitizer as it's lightweight, quick to use, smells lovely and lasts for ages. 

The FulviSafe hand sanitizer and barrier cream have become my new favourite handbags essentials and it feels good knowing, I'm putting a safe product onto my skin every time I wash my hands. It's easy to use, dries quickly and really effective.

Find more about FulviSafe products here and treat yourself.

I hope you enjoyed this post. Have you tried this range?

Thank you for reading <3


  1. It sounds really interesting :)

  2. The cream sounds really nice, I don't think I have smelt a sanitiser with a woodsy scent interesting! Thank you for sharing, particularly relevant post right now x

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comment! The cream is definitely my fave x

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