We are passionate about finding solutions to help simplify everyday life, and take care of everyone's health. In our modern, urban lifestyles, our hands are exposed to all kinds of unhygienic surfaces teaming with illness causing germs— but keeping your hands clean shouldn't mean drying out your skin or leaving hands sticky. That's why we've created the next generation of hand sanitizers with a fast-evaporating, naturally moisturizing & sanitizing formula that keeps your hands soft, clean, and smelling great.
Who we are
We are game-changers. We believe hand hygiene should be fun, convenient, cool & pleasing.
That’s why we challenged ourselves to create solutions that redefine the way you take care of your health. We believe that our solutions should be not only fill a void; they should also bring you joy & improve your life.
Why we started
Made for you
This brand is for life-lovers, people that want to simplify their lives, are passionate about design, caring souls that are environmentally responsible, ultimate geeks, experience enthusiasts with minds that always look for something different. For all you, we will do our best to always overcome your expectations with every single product we create.
It all started in 2010 in Barcelona when Andrea Lisbona, our founder & CEO, decided to revolutionize the commoditized iandustry of hand sanitizers. She decided to take hand hygiene to a whole new level with a visionary team that had a sixth-sense for what was needed.
In 2017, we decided to cross the ocean and take over the world from United States market.
Making a difference
At Touchland, we want to make a positive impact in the world. That’s why we created our social initiative Touchlives. We currently dedicate 5% of our profits to send our sanitizing solutions to public schools in the United States to ensure students and teachers can safely return to school.
Our Touchlives social initiative goes beyond aiding public schools providing healthier environments; we also supply sanitizing solutions to communities in need based on challenges our society goes through.
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