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  • they we investigate putting different hand sanitizers on the market to the test.

  • Dr.

  • Roshini Raj, author of What Being Young is here to help First, you wanted to see if the latest sanitizer UV lights are as effective as sanitizers.

  • So the answer do they work that you'd be, like, sanitized.

  • So the UV lights do work well for hard surfaces.

  • OK, so that's not something you're gonna put your kid's hands in at the dinner table.

  • No, it's not for your skin, but yes, for hard surfaces where germs can last for several days like this, I get germ.

  • Now I know exactly we're under those blue lights.

  • They can be effective.

  • In fact, I have a question for you.

  • Do you like most of us?

  • Carry your phone with you?

  • Is it?

  • No luck it right now.

  • Can I take a look?

  • Okay.

  • You're in there by the little.

  • Alright.

  • Well, little surprise for you.

  • We actually tested your phone this morning to see how germy it wa ce and for you.

  • Don't gloat back there.

  • There's sure our phones air not a pretty picture.

  • And we actually found that your phone had 7081 germ count.

  • That's a lot.

  • It's a lot of germs.

  • We then sure was mine.

  • It was.

  • Your doctor has no offense, but you have a pretty germy phone.

  • But I will say that we then put it under the UV light that were just talking about.

  • And we did get her a significant reduction.

  • It went down to the 5000 levels, actually, 5082.

  • So there's still some terms there, but we may have saved your family.

  • Thank you, Doctor.

  • Made my holidays a healthy.

  • You realize the one option, but the real one that everyone focuses on are these liquid sanitizer.

  • That's right.

  • So how does it supposed to work?

  • I'm just trying to make sure that we got the right thing that we're using.

  • Okay, Well, the most important ingredient really is the alcohol in these liquid sanitizers.

  • And you want to be 60% because the alcohol is going to coat the germs that you're being exposed thio and actually destroy them.

  • It's gonna coat the outer surface, and then they basically burst open their destroyed, spilling their guts and bad things everywhere, so they're not able to actually make you sick.

  • So just to be clear.

  • So the balloons or germs?

  • That's right.

  • Right?

  • And I take hand sanitizer, right?

  • Right.

  • This is gonna get put on your hands like this.

  • And they start to coach these germs, basically going and going.

  • Oh, that's it.

  • Whoa!

  • And really leaving 30 viral particles.

  • All these Germans, once they're crushed and died the day guts of them can't do any harm De activated.

  • They can no longer cause you any.

  • I like that.

  • Yeah, it works.

  • Should do it more often.

  • So I was actually curious because I know the hand sanitizers work.

  • I want to see how much more effective the liquid hand sanitizers were than washing your hands.

  • Debate?

  • Yes.

  • We got a live experiment going on over here.

  • Suri volunteered to be our test subject.

  • You consider ourselves ourselves a bonafide sanitizer addict?

  • I'm extracting.

  • Judging you was being in the sanitizers.

  • I'm obsessed with hand sanitizer.

  • The reason is because I take the train every day, some touching the polls and things like that.

  • So I have to have hand sanitizer with me always.

  • So as a favor.

  • We asked you not to use any hand sanitizers whole day right.

  • The experiment started yesterday.

  • How is the last 24 hours?

  • But it was very difficult because I'm such a germ.

  • A phobe Got 1/2 to have.

  • They all look terribly dirty.

  • Okay.

  • Can't tell because we use the germ counter.

  • That's how you really do it.

  • A dream kind of just before the segment to judge how many Germans were on your hands?

  • Are you curious about the answer?

  • I'm way need a baseline.

  • Right?

  • So And I was in the thousands with my bone but your hands, which are interestingly able to keep themselves cleaner than my phone.

  • 6 85 Which is still a lot of germs, Pretty germy.

  • But that's your baseline.

  • Now the question is, and the experiment, how can we impacted?

  • So Dr Roger gonna take you with the hand sanitizer?

  • I'm gonna wash your hands, right?

  • And we're gonna do is through this.

  • Just get now if I can.

  • They called you Lisa.

  • In here are our winner Medical unit.

  • She's gonna use that germ counter and come on in.

  • Right As we do this, you're gonna mess.

  • Are you ready?

  • Water on cold.

  • I'm sorry.

  • You put the hand sanitizers there.

  • I've gotta wash your hands for at least 20 seconds for this to work, right?

  • Where's that hand sanitizer?

  • Pretty much assume that touches her hands.

  • It's good to go, right?

  • Yeah, Well, we're still one.

  • Get it in and really code.

  • All the surfaces can breed resistant germs.

  • No, this is actually something people worry about.

  • Has not really been born out in studies.

  • It's not something you need to worry about in terms of alcohol causing resistant germs.

  • But the alcohol free sanitizers may.

  • So you do want to avoid those.

  • All right, so you're done.

  • I'm still going to go ahead and release.

  • Check that a little bit.

  • All right.

  • Let's make sure her hands are a little dry.

  • Don't be so persnickety, purest.

  • Already.

  • Do this here.

  • All right.

  • I'm gonna dry while you measure.

  • So again, we're competing with 6 85 How much of a difference did it make that put that hand sanitizer on there?

  • There has feel clean now.

  • Yeah, it really does.

  • They feel clean to May 6 85 was baseline baseline.

  • So her, after her hand after sanitizer ended up being about 4 35 0 get my hand to see how I did the magic.

  • And I've watched a lot of people's hands in my life.

  • Kids, grandkids, patients.

  • Sometimes I know if it looks clean, it's just about his hands here.

  • So competitive, Dr Oz, I rub the skin right off your hands, basically the dermabrasion to your palm Again.

  • We have 6 85 200 or so less with science with the nice thing with Jones.

  • Obviously, as you do wherever you are, you get off the subway.

  • Don't go find a toilet.

  • The winner is Come on, Julie.

  • So help me out now.

  • Drumroll, drumroll.

  • It's actually washing your hands.

  • It was about 77.

  • You surprised a hand washing is better than your hand sanitizer.

  • Sad because I use hand sanitizer so much.

  • I think it works, you know well, but I think this is just one experiment, but they often are very close, and I think hand sanitizer, Avery wise way to go because it's so darn practical.

  • But the key, no matter which method, you used to do it the right way, and that's where we sometimes trip up.

  • But either one can work for you.

  • So Doctor was coming over here.

  • Let's just show everybody exactly how you could make either these techniques work better.

  • And I think if you're smart about it, you win a lot about so first over here, we've got the unfortunate, grimy hands, right.

  • So no matter what you do with hand sanitizers, you gotta also be able to use in conjunction with hand Washington's hand sanitizers, not get the mud off your hands, which is what this becomes exactly.

  • Want to get those particles off the dirt in the grind?

  • That's not gonna happen with hand sanitizer.

  • Next up, the percentage of alcohol should be 60%.

  • At least 60%.

  • Cities shows 60 to 95% alcohol.

  • That's the best level to really kill.

  • The germs are most of the hand sanitizers sold that part that they are.

  • They're usually 60 or above, and finally I actually got to rub the skin together.

  • You gotta rub it both hand sanitizer and with soap and water, because that's how you're going to really distribute the germs so that you can destroy them more effectively, get rid of all the other little particle matter that needs to get done.

  • We're actually not a fan of over sanitizing our hands.

  • And I just want to be honest because you deal with infections all the time.

  • Yeah.

  • You know, I think what we're learning more and more is the importance of our microbiome, those healthy bacteria that are in our bodies and even on our skin.

  • So the more were depleting those on a daily basis.

  • It's really not that great a thing, especially for Children who are building up their immunity when they're very young.

  • So you don't want to be over sanitizing or too hygienic.

  • You know, actually, a little bit of germs could actually go a long way to boost your immunity.

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