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Keeping the Family Healthy with the PURELL 30-Day Challenge

Our weather is changing here in Seattle. It seems that overnight we went from summer to fall, all around the same time that school began again. As fall moves in, it seems to bring with it illnesses, so we’re on a mission to stay healthy and stop the spread of germs! This post was sponsored by GOJO Industries, the makers of PURELL® Advanced Hand Sanitizer. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience. #PURELL30 #ShakeOnIt

Taking part in the 30-Day PURELL® Challenge means we’re committing ourselves to using PURELL® Advanced Hand Sanitizer three times a day for thirty days. One of the best ways I’m helping encourage my girls to use the sanitizer is at school. We’ve attached the PURELL Jelly Wrap Carriers to each of the girls’ backpacks so they’re easy to use on the bus and during the school day.


Another area where I want to make sure they’re stopping the spread of germs is at lunch time. By adding a personal pump bottle into the girls’ lunch bags, they can use a pump before and after eating their lunches.


When they head home, we’ve already placed pumps in our snack cabinet and wipes in our car, so our family is equipped and ready to stop the spread of germs.

It’s not too late to sign up your own family for the PURELL 30-Day Challenge! You can even find coupons on their site to help you stock up with PURELL products to stop the spread of germs in your own home.

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  1. Ari says

    You do know how toxic it is right? Wouldn’t teaching to wash hands properly by safer for your daughters health and wellbeing?

    • Kimberly says

      Hi Ari – of course I teach them to wash their hands, but sometimes, especially at school that’s not always possible. And, your articles you reference are personal opinions; in fact PURELL does not contain triclosan as your one link was stating. I absolutely agree that hand washing is best, and encourage my kids to do that whenever possible. While I understand this is a post from the company, the company has addressed many of the misconceptions that your referenced articles are stating as fact, when they’re not. Here’s a good one:
      Thanks for commenting and your concern for my family!

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