Indonesian students make alcohol-free hand sanitiser for Muslims celebrating Ramadan

Students at the University of Medan Area have made an alcohol-free hand sanitiser that can be used by Muslims celebrating Ramadan. Many sanitisers being sold contain alcohol meaning Muslims cannot use them when worshipping. A group of university students decided to solve this problem by making sanitiser using organic products. The substance is made using lemon water, clove, lemongrass and betel which are then marinated in demineralised water. After being refrigerated for seven days, the sanitiser is packed into spray bottles and handed out to the community for free. This footage was filmed on April 14.