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Our sugarcane alcohol requires half of the energy to produce than the corn alcohol used in other hand sanitizer brands, which helps preserve the environment.

Frais pays for shipping to be carbon neutral for all our retailers and customers in the USA when possible.

Using Frais regularly will help avoid many common contagions, and this helps protect the environment by saving substantial resources devoted to medicine for ailments like flu, colds, and staph. This costs $70 billion in America each year, US$650 per household! . This avoidable medical care which consumes huge amounts of resources: facilities, medical packaging, and transportation, is mostly preventable around the world.

Our packaging is made of recyclable LDPE, HDPE and polypropylene plastic and recyclable paper.  Please check the recycling symbol on the package and recycle appropriately after using.

We never test our products or our ingredients on animals. Frais Hand Sanitizer is certified by People for Ethical Treatment for Animals (PETA) as a cruelty free, vegan cosmetic producer. We do test our product for sensitivity with human volunteers.

Our Sydney headquarters sources Green power such as wind and solar.  In 2008, we performed an audit of electricity use at our headquarters and identified inefficiencies which resulted in a 20% reduction in power consumption.  We encourage other businesses to do the same.

Just A Drop

Charitable Work

Frais™ donates part of profits to Just A Drop Foundation.  Just A Drop supports water, sanitation and health projects around the world and also helps in disaster relief efforts when the most basic human need is clean water.  For example, in Cambodia, they built fifty new wells in nine villages, restored five other wells and launched a community health program.  They have been involved in similar programs in North East India,  Bolivia, Afghanistan, and Sudan, and are planning efforts in other nations.  Every purchase of Frais supports their work.

Just a Drop has launched a Just Help Haiti Appeal to co-ordinate activity to supply clean safe water to Haiti following the disaster in January 2010. Following the natural disaster, hundreds of people have died without access to clean, safe water supplies, while 50% of people currently in hospitals in Haiti are there due to dirty water. Just a Drop is calling for donations to provide on-going support for villages and their communities over the forthcoming months so that the recovery process is sustained and displaced communities are able to return to their homes, schools and villages. This is essential post the immediate relief agency work. Go to Just a Drop to find out how to help.

Just A Drop

Just A Drop Ten Years



Fiona Jeffery, founder and
chairman of Just a Drop;
Daniela Wagner, CEO of eWaterways


We provided Frais Hand Sanitizer for Habitat for Humanity construction volunteers to freshen up during breaks in Los Angeles, California. Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live, regardless of race or religion. Nearly 2 billion people around the world live in slum housing and over 100 million are homeless. They build houses that are simple, decent, energy-efficient, sustainable and affordable to low-income families around the world. Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn are Habitat's most famous supporters. The couple annually leads the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project.      

Frais is sponsoring Habitat's 2011 Home Builder’s Blitz program with the goal of building 1000 homes across the USA. They start in July in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA. Frais is providing 15,000 units of hand sanitizer for the volunteer construction workers.

Habitat For Humanity
Jimmy Carter
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn are Habitat's most famous supporters

Frais donated hand sanitizer to keep job interviewers fresh and professional in Dress for Success programs in Brooklyn, New York; San Diego, California; and Las Vegas, Nevada.

The mission of Dress for Success is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. Founded in New York City in 1997, Dress for Success offers services designed to help their clients find jobs and remain employed. Since 1997, Dress for Success has served more than 550,000 women around the world.
Habitat For Humanity
Dress for Success Client
Each Dress for Success client receives one suit when she has a job interview and can return for a second suit.
In response to the devastating January 2011 floods across Queensland, Frais donated 2000 units of Frais Pocket Hand Sanitizer to our local Australian Red Cross. The Red Cross is managing or assisting in fifteen evacuation centers across Queensland caring for thousands. Frais Hand Sanitizer will help volunteers maintain good hygiene during the heartbreaking task of cleaning up after the state’s worst floods in decades.
Red Cross Aussie

Red Cross Australia
Devastating floods across Queensland, Australia in January, 2011

Frais kept Robin Gibb and his guests fresh and clean with Frais Hand Sanitizer at the Splash of Pink Fashion Show and Couture Tea on 25 September 2010 at their home in Thame, Oxfordshire UK. The event during London Fashion Week benefitted Against Breast Cancer. Many celebrities attended the benefit including the charity's patrons Simon Cowell and his mother, Julie Cowell, Ben Shephard, Duncan Bannatyne, Lucy and Greg Rusedski, Paul Costelloe, Jimmy Choo and X Factor winner Joe McElderry. Of course designers also presented their work: Paul Costelloe, John Rocha, Pringles, Burberry Porsum, Matthew Williamson, Preen, Erdem, and Diane von Furstenberg.
Against Breast Cancer UK
Robin Gibb
Dwina & Robin Gibb entertain guests at their home in Oxfordshire UK at the Splash of Pink Fashion Show & Couture Tea on 25 September 2010

Frais provided Frais Pocket™ Hand Sanitizer backstage for the complete 2010 tour of our Australian folk-pop luminary Darren Hanlon across Australia and the USA in August and September 2010, promoting his critically acclaimed 4th studio album “I Will Love You at All”. A highly respected and beloved staple of the Australian music scene, Darren is a consummate wordsmith boasting lyrics that are cleverly eccentric, funny and creative across his extensive catalogue of sentimental ballades and quirky pop gems.
Habitat For Humanity
Jimmy Carter
Darren Hanlon "I Will Love You at All" Australian and American Tour 2010

Frais donated cartons of Frais Travel fifty-packs of 6ml Frais Hand Sanitizer to Christ Church Nashville's Servolution Flood Relief for the devestating May 2010 floods there in which 29 people died. Nashville only had one water treatment plant operating and thousands of people were displaced from their homes. Hand sanitizer was needed for those without access to running water during the tremendous cleanup efforts.
Nashville Christ Church
Nashville Floods
Nashville, Tennessee under
flood waters May 2010

Frais was proud to be included in giftbags for Columbia Business School's 4th Annual Retail and Luxury Goods Conference in New York City, February 5th 2010. Keynote speakers for the day included Daniel Lalonde, CEO of Louis Vuitton North America, Christine Beauchamp, President of Ann Taylor and Fabio Leoncini, Managing Director, Loro Piana. Two panels focused on the retail industry and the luxury goods industry. The Retail & Luxury Goods Club aims to educate students about the retail and luxury goods industries through guest speakers, panels, industry tours, alumni networking, and our annual conference. Additionally, the club helps students find school-year, summer, and full-time employment in the retail and luxury goods industries and works with the administration on the retail curriculum.
Jimmy Carter
Columbia Business School's 4th Annual Retail and Luxury Goods Conference in New York City, 5 February 2010

Frais provided its hand sanitizer for Variety's ferry in the 2010 Australia Day Ferrython on January 26, 2010. Variety, the Children's Charity (NSW) helps any child or child related organisation in need by purchasing equipment via an appeals process. The fundraising event was a unique opportunity to celebrate Australia Day on Sydney's magnificent harbour. Part of the Australia Day celebrations, the annual ferry race on Sydney Harbour is one of the city's best loved events in a battle for line honours under the Sydney Harbour Bridge!
Jimmy Carter
Variety Ferry competes in Australia Day Ferrython, 26 January 2010

Frais donated its hand sanitizer for International Society for the Performing Arts (ISPA) members to enjoy at the 2010 Annual Congress FAST FORWARD: Imagining the Future in New York City. ISPA is a not-for-profit international network of performing arts professionals who come together with the shared goal of strengthening the arts internationally by building leadership ability, recognizing and discussing field-wide trends and deepening global exchange through the arts.
Dream Found
ISPA Members at 2010 Annual Fast Forward Conference in New York City

Frais contributed to 500 gift bags for the Dream Foundation "First Ladies Presents: 8th Annual Celebration of Dreams" benefit November 6, 2009 in Santa Barbara, California. The Dream Foundation is a national wish granting organization to enhance the quality of life for individuals and their families who are battling life-threatening illness. Dream Foundation helps adults find peace and closure with the realization of a final wish.
Dream Found
First Ladies Presents: 8th Annual Celebration of Dreams
4 November, 2009
Santa Barbara, California

Frais has provided its hand sanitizers for the 2009 Walk On Water Benefit and Greenwich Harbor Yacht Showcase at the Delamar Hotel in Greenwich, Connecticut for fundraiser gift bags, for hotel guests and for the public touring yachts. The event raises funds for the Spinal Research and Shake-A-Leg foundations which are dedicated to finding a cure for paralysis to enhance the quality of life of disabled individuals through the healing power of water-related activities. World-renowned Adaptive Sailing Program brings therapeutic, uplifting, rejuvenating benefits of sailing to people with physical disabilities, empowers individuals with spinal cord injury or other related nervous system disorders to reach highest potential for an independent lifefor general public.

Walk on WaterSpinal Research
Shake A Leg

Delamar Hotel
Walk on Water Benefit, Delamar Hotel, Greenwich, Connecticut October 2009

Frais provided its hand sanitizer for participants and organizers in the 2009 Susan Komen Race fof the Cure in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Susan G. Komen for the Cure is the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures. Thanks to events like the Komen Race for the Cure, they have invested nearly $1 billion to become the largest source of nonprofit funds dedicated to the fight against breast cancer in the world

Susan Komen Race for the Cure,
Tulsa, Oklahoma, 19 September 2009

Frais contributed to gift bags for the Filmanthropy Festival “Open Your Eyes” at Cinespace Los Angeles produced by The Sirens Society, an organization that affects positive change in the world, is a canvas for instigating and inspiring change. This innovative festival showcases films that inspire, educate, raise awareness and motivate, so that audiences may open their minds and their hearts to creating a better world.

Stage at Filmanthropy, Los Angeles
19 September 2009

Frais provided hand sanitizer for gift bags at Young Variety’s Op Shop Ball on 25th July 2009. The event was a great success with over 230 people dressed in their most fabulous op shop clothes at the very exclusive Hyde Park Residence. Over $35,000 was raised on the night which will go towards Variety’s Freedom Program which provides much needed medical equipment to children’s hospitals within Australia and to families with sick or special needs children.
Camilla Franks and friends at Variety Op Shop Ball, 25th July 2009

Frais donated hand sanitizer for the Blue Star Mothers of America, Oklahoma Chapter as an appreciated part of their Fall 2009 Freedom Boxes sent to troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan to help say “thank you for their sacrifice and patriotism to our nation” and to let the troops know there will always be people back home thinking about them and praying for them. Blue Star Mothers also attend funerals to pay respect to those that have given the ultimate sacrifice and also attend deployment ceremonies and re-deployment ceremonies.
Blue Star Mothers
Dream Found
American troops in Iraq, 2009, receive Blue Star Mothers Freedom Boxes

Frais provided product for the April 2009 LA Streets Scenes 3 fundraiser for Create Now which has served over 18,000 Southern California troubled kids, ages 2-25, who have been abused, neglected, abandoned, orphaned (foster youth), are homeless, runaways, teen parents, victims of domestic violence, children of prisoners, substance abusers, gang members or incarcerated.
Create Now

LA Street Scenes
Jazz musician Michael Lington and
Director Diane Namm

LA Street Scenes 3

Frais donated product for the April 2009 fundraiser for Teen with a Dream in Denver, Colorado, which enriches the lives of pediatric cancer patients by combating the effects of social isolation and loneliness during chemotherapy.
Teen With A Dream

Fran Drescher
Teen with a Dream Fundraiser

Frais donated hand sanitizer to the American Cancer Society for gift bags for their February 2009 annual Mother of the Year luncheon honoring Ann Curry and Dr. Alexandra Heerdt. The American Cancer Society is the USA nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service. International mission statement The American Cancer Society's international mission concentrates on capacity building in developing cancer societies and on collaboration with other cancer-related organizations throughout the world in carrying out shared strategic directions.
American Cancer Society
Amer Cancer Soc

Amer Cancer Soc
Al Roker, Dr. Alexandra Heerdt, Meredith Viera, Matt Lauer, Hoda Kotb, and Kathie Lee Gifford attending 2009 American Cancer Society Mother of the Year luncheon in New York City

Frais provided complimentary product for Fran Drescher's Cancer Schmancer Foundation fund raiser 14 September, 2008. Based on her second New York Times best seller, Cancer Schmancer, Fran Drescher launched two charitable organizations,  the Cancer Schmancer Foundation and the Cancer Schmancer Movement, both dedicated to ensuring that all women with cancer are diagnosed in Stage 1, when  it most curable. The Cancer Schmancer Foundation educates women on the risk factors, early warning signs, and tests that are available for early detection of women’s cancers.  The Cancer Schmancer Movement advocates for improved women’s cancer healthcare legislation.
Cancer Schmancer

Fran Drescher
Fran Drescher and her
Cancer Schmancer Team

Frais donated product to the October 2008 fundraiser for the Cortney Ciccarelli Wish Foundation in Palmdale, California, assisting bone marrow transplant patients and their families.
Cortney Ciccarelli Wish Foundation

Fran Drescher
Benefiaries of Cortney Ciccarelli Foundation

Frais provided complimentary product for the November 2008 fundraiser for the Youth Bridge Career and Internship Program, a comprehensive, year-round youth development program in Alameda, California.


Frais donates to orphanages run by the Myiek parish of the Catholic church in southern Burma (Myanmar).

Frais donates product to local schools in Sydney, such as Pymble Primary.

Youth Bridge

Fran Drescher
Youth Bridge Interns


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