ZuRI CBD wants to give the COVID-19 pandemic a proper response, so it launched its line of premium hand sanitizers. All these products exceed the CDC recommendations. Just like all other ZuRI formulations, they provide superior efficacy and quality. In order to make these sanitizers available to the large public, ZuRI, which is based in Avon, Ohio, donated hundreds of them to those who responded first to their marketing campaign. Here’s what ZuRI’s CEO, Scott Raybuck, had to say about the launch:
“ZuRI has a unique opportunity to help protect the people that protect us, we understand the increased demand on sanitizer and can provide our customers and first responders a high-quality product that delivers peace of mind. Our priority is the safety of our ZuRI customers, and this new line of premium products are a small part of our desire to fight this pandemic.”
Dr. Ian Smith Involved Too
Best-selling author and Rachael Ray Show co-host, Dr. Ian Smith, got involved in the release of the new ZuRI products too. He has recently released Mind Over Weight, his latest book, not to mention he talked about what people can do in order to protect themselves against the Coronavirus many times on the show he’s a contributor to.
3 Types of Different Sanitizers
ZuRI didn’t stop at developing only 1 type of sanitizers, as it has products based on alcohol and with vitamin E, also a spray and a gel that are both made with 6 citrus essential oils working perfectly to repair the skin and to keep it moisturized. There’s also the microSURE hand sanitizer available. This is claimed to protect against germs and viruses for 8 hours. All ZuRI’s new products can be found at retailers and in ZuRI stores, either online or in store, together with the CBD products line from the company.
More About ZuRI
ZuRI seems to grow amazingly fast on the US CBD market, as it delivers high-quality hemp-derived products that are manufactured in a clean environment and use domestically grown plants. All the ZuRI finished products and the raw materials for them undergo third-party testing in specialized labs. At the moment, ZuRI makes 90 items and has many others under research or in development.