Nurses, students, attorneys, others say good-bye to dry, cracked hands
Online PR News – 16-September-2016 – A Gary, Indiana elementary school teacher has developed an organic hand sanitizer and soap that won’t dry or crack skin. The product line is available in exciting scents and can be purchased online, her publicist announced today.
Nicole Bradley explained her nearly two-decade ordeal as a classroom teacher.
“While we can’t stop our students from coming in contact with germs, we can help prevent them. One of the best defenses is washing hands, often. When a sink is not available I remind students to use a hand sanitizer.”
The irritation to her students’ as well as her own hands after using alcohol-based sanitizers, inspired her invention.
“The leading, over-the-counter hand sanitizers contain alcohol. That ingredient tends to dry and crack the soft skin of children and many adults, alike,” the Gary Community School Corporation educator continued. “I created alcohol-free, soothing, aloe vera based, organic soap and hand sanitizers so little or big hands won’t crack after use.”
The Tranquil Bliss product line offers a variety of scents for consumers to enjoy. It has caught the interest of a Hollywood Actress, a Northwest Indiana Wing Stop franchise, nurses, attorneys, students and parents who recognize its value.
“I was really impressed. Usually a sanitizer is sticky, or watery…Tranquil Bliss is really soft; and you only need a little bit,” stated Hollywood Actress, Anika McFall.
Bradley has introduced more than a dozen, never-before-scented, hand sanitizers and says consumers have fell in love with her Raspberry Sangria, Panache, 2nd day of Christmas, Revive, Boldness, Spa Type, Lemon, Peach Cobbler, Bliss and Watermelon lemonade.
“I’m a nurse always on the go, so I use hand sanitizer throughout the day. As you may know, the alcohol in sanitizers dry out your hands. This particular fragrance, Bubblegum Martini, is outstanding and has no alcohol,” says Pamela Johnston-Ward.
Fran Briggs, Publicist to Nicole Bradley says that, “Addressing the needs of consumers is important to Nicole. The next phase is an invitation to the public to join a comprehensive, crowdfunding campaign. The purpose is to revitalize the way hand sanitizers are made, and improve the quality of life for users around the world.”
Bradley invested her own money to create, test, and distribute the prototype. Her goal is to deliver a minimum of 300 bottles of the sanitizers at no cost to school districts and businesses nationwide. Individuals and organizations interested in backing the educator can do so at the Nicole Bradley’s GoFundMe page, https://www.gofundme.com/germfreeonthego. For bookings or media opportunities featuring Nicole Bradley, please contact Fran Briggs at FranBriggs@aol.com.