BOCA RATON, Fla., Aug. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Jay Reubens, also known as "Dr. Jay," a former dentist by trade, is on a mission to educate people around the world and promote a next-generation hand sanitizer alternative to combat bacteria and germs, instead of traditional alcohol-based sanitizers. Dr. Jay is the founder of safeHands®, the world's first line of soothing and effective alcohol free hand sanitizers developed for multiple daily use. On a mission to "Safe the Planet," Dr. Jay is reaching out globally with his safeHands®, non-toxic Classic hand sanitizer line and recruiting people to join the Alcohol Free revolution, one hand at a time.
"We want people to know the truth about alcohol-based sanitizers, and that a soothing, safe and effective germ fighting alternative like safeHands® exists," says Dr. Jay Reubens, founder and co-inventor of safeHands® Alcohol Free hand sanitizer products.
"We want the public to start spreading truth, not germs," explains safeHands® VP of Brand Experience, Dr. Marla Reis.
Dr. Jay has partnered with noted scientist, Dr. David Dyer, to spearhead the research and development of safeHands® for the international marketplace. In April 2012, safeHands® announced its launch of the Classic line, with the development of the entire safeHands® line of products planned before the end of the year. Launching soon is safeSquirts™ for kids, safeTronics™ for electronics equipment, and safePaws™ for pets.
The company has launched www.getsafehands.com where hands around the planet are encouraged to visit and learn how to purchase safeHands® Classic line, which includes foaming, nourishing hand sanitizer bottles and wipes.
safeHands® new brand identity campaign promotes a new revolution, encouraging others to join hands for a "safe" solution and alcohol free experience.
To join the safeHands® Alcohol Free Mission and receive complimentary samples for a limited time, visit http://www.getsafehands.com/join-our-alcohol-free-mission or connect with safeHands® on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks.