Amazon's Best-Selling Hand Sanitizer Was Restocked — but It's Already Selling Out
The hand sanitizer, which has been in and out of stock for months, is finally freshly restocked on Amazon. Since the restock, it’s shot back up to being the retailer’s best-selling hand sanitizer — but it's going fast. The brand has tons of options available for affordable prices, from larger pump sizes to smaller on-the-go bottles. But its most impressive offer is this four-pack of bulk-sized 32-ounce bottles, which you can get for just $18 right now. That comes out to just about $4.50 per bottle — talk about a steal. Here are all the Germ-X options available right now:
- Germ-X Hand Santizer, 32 Ounces, 4 Pack, $17.99
- Germ-X Hand Sanitizer with Pump, 8 Ounces, 12 Pack, $27.24 (orig. $36.10)
- Germ-X Hand Sanitizer, 8 Ounces, 12 Pack, $30.72
- Germ-X Hand Sanitizer, Original, 10 Ounces, $14.99
- Germ-X Original Hand Sanitizer, 3 Ounces, 24 Pack, $79.39
You probably recognize Germ-X. The hand sanitizer has increased in popularity over the last few months due to brands like Purell becoming virtually impossible to find. It contains 62 percent ethyl alcohol, which meets the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s hand hygiene recommendations.
Buy It! Germ-X Hand Sanitizer, 32 Ounces, Pack of 4, $17.99; amazon.com
Thousands of Amazon shoppers rave that the sanitizer is a great value and arrives in “perfect condition.”
“I've tried other hand sanitizers, some will leave your hands too dry because they're all alcohol, others will leave a residue on your hands because they have too much aloe or other chemicals. This seems to have the perfect balance between the two,” one shopper wrote. “I use it a half dozen times in a day sometimes and five minutes after using it, it's like nothing even happened. No dryness, no sticky residue.”
You can also find bulk-sized options from other customer-favorite brands on Amazon, like Solimo and Artnaturals, if Germ-X isn't available anymore.
We recommend grabbing Germ-X's hand sanitizer on Amazon while you can — we’re not sure how long it’ll be before the bottles (inevitably) disappear again.