The CDC’s travel guidelines recommend washing your hands often and using hand sanitizer with at least 60% ethanol alcohol or 70% isopropanol. But be careful about which hand sanitizer you put on your packing list.
Last Friday, the Food and Drug Administration advised consumers not to use nine hand sanitizer brands manufactured by Mexican company Eskbiochem after the agency detected methanol in samples from two of them.
Ethnic health court explains the details about those hand sanitisers which are banned. Watch carefully and remember the names.
Also watch the below video which gives more details about those sanitisers which you should not be using. Highly effective video.