Boston Doctor Whips Up Recipe for His Daughter’s Homemade Hand Sanitizer
Having a hard time finding hand sanitizer? Consider making it yourself.
It’s part science experiment, part necessity. Lily Comander, 13, has mixed up a few batches of hand sanitizer herself.
“It all started when my dad and I went to some pharmacies and couldn't find hand sanitizer and it was all sold out,” she said. “We decided to make it on our own.”
Her dad, a Boston doctor, knows the importance of using the correct ratios and made sure they got it right.
“We had an idea we could make it ourselves," Jason Comander said. “There are videos out there that are wrong. So we looked up the official recommendation from the World Health Organization on official formulas to make hand sanitizer.”