While being stuck at home was an opportunity for them to spend more time together as a family—planting, painting and playing all sorts of games —Richard Gutierrez, Sarah Lahbati, and their children also needed to go through a lot of adjustments as a family.
Celebrating the holidays was different for the Gutierrez family this year. For Richard and Sarah, social distancing was something that they’re keeping in mind as they celebrate the holiday season, along with making sure that everyone sanitizes and disinfects using their new sanitation ally, Defensil Isopropyl Alcohol.
With this, Sarah shares three simple tips to fellow parents on how to keep their family safe from germs during the holiday season.
“First, social distancing is a must. Second, always wear a mask. It is important for parents to teach their kids the importance of wearing masks, which help to prevent the transmission of the virus. And, lastly, always disinfect with alcohol that makes sure you and the family are well-defended,” Sarah says.
With their quarantine life, the couple and their children are aware that the threat of the virus still continuing up until now.
“We believe in innovative products. Not only does Defensil come from a company we trust, but the product is also recommended by experts,” adds Sarah.
“And since we use alcohol more frequently to sanitize, I also like how it not only kills germs and bacteria but also has moisturizer to not dry our skin,” she noted.
One way to prevent the spread of germs is regular disinfection of hands and high touch surfaces using rubbing alcohol. To provide a higher level of defense against germs in the new normal, the Philippine Society for Microbiology is recommending Defensil 70% Solution Isopropyl Alcohol.
Created by Beauty Elements Ventures Inc, the product kills 99.9 percent of germs to give Richard and Sarah’s family the peace of mind that they are well-defended. It starts to kill germs on contact and upon constant use, provides up to 12-hour protection.
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