RICCA Topical Hand Sanitizer

RICCA Topical Hand Sanitizer

Taking a Critical Step in your Protection Protocols with Ricca Topical Hand Sanitizer

Meeting the WHO and FDA requirements for effectively killing 99.9% of germs including the Human Coronavirus also known as COVID-19, the RICCA Hand Sanitizer is here to help with the protection from the spread. Carefully formulated with 75% Isopropyl Alcohol and without the unnecessary Fragrances, Artificial Dyes, SLS, Parabens and Phthalates, choose only the best for you and your business!

According to the CDC, using a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol can help you avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others when soap and water are not available. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers can quickly reduce the number of microbes on hands.

How To Properly Use:

Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Supervise young children when they use hand sanitizer to prevent swallowing alcohol, especially in schools and childcare facilities.

  1. Apply. Put enough product on hands to cover all surfaces.
  2. Rub hands together, until hands feel dry. This should take around 20 seconds.

Note: Do not rinse or wipe off the hand sanitizer before it’s dry; it may not work as well against germs.

Right, Ready, RICCA


  • Tightest Specifications in the industry, lowest lot-to-lot variability
  • ISO 17025 Accredited Laboratories, FDA, cGMP compliant facilities
  • All products Certified Traceable to NIST Standards when available


  • Nationwide manufacturing/inventory locations
  • Full documentation with each product – Certificate of Analysis


  • Chemists ready to assist you in selecting the right product
  • Over 40 years of successfully serving you, our customer

Now more than ever you need a brand and distributor you can trust for your Hand Sanitizer needs.

Ricca Hand Sanitizer

In Stock and Perfect For Your Lab or Business!

For more information regarding the spread, protection and prevention from COVID-19 please visit Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website or the World Health Organization (WHO) website.