Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery Hand Sanitiser
Keep your hands clean with the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery hand sanitiser. The bottle shows Medea,painted by Frederick Sandys in 1868. Greek legend describes Medea as a sorceress and the wife of Jason. When he deserted her for another woman, Medea poisoned both her rival (Glauce) and her two children.
This bottle of hand sanitiser is travel size, great for keeping in your bag ready to use while out. The bottle contains 50ml of sanitiser and has 75% alcohol content. The hand sanitiser is made in the UK and contains a clear gel which conforms to BS EN1500.