In recent months, the FDA has publicized dozens of hand sanitizer products that contain potentially harmful ingredients..
The agency told consumers to destroy products with high methanol content, as they’re considered toxic waste.
But a new problem has emerged with some sanitizers hitting the market.
The FDA has now assembled a list of brands it says are “sub-potent,” meaning they don’t contain enough alcohol.
Unless the formulas include 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol, they aren’t strong enough to kill the coronavirus.
More than 100 sanitizer brands are now featured on the FDA’s list of those consumers should not use.
The agency also just added four brands to its toxic list for containing 1-propanol, which can damage the nervous system.