Oh those designers. Have they no shame? They'll design anything to make money through anything; like H1N1 Pandemic. Now that toilet seat covers, first-aid kits and vomit bags have been upgraded with a splash of style, the Ed Hardy line of designer hand sanitizer comes not a moment too soon. The Los Angeles fashion label's Ed Hardy Habit line clearly targets style-conscious consumers with a variety of sanitizers packaged featuring themes and motifs borrowed from its popular clothing line, which was created by French designer Christian Audigier based on the designs of Don Ed Hardy, also known as "the godfather of modern tattoo." Skulls, tigers and other tattoo-like designs all figure prominently on the 9.2 oz and 2.3 oz bottles in the line, as well as on its foaming version and hand-sanitizer pens. All are alcohol-based, with vitamin E to keep hands feeling soft. All are also manufactured by Habitual Solutions without any animal-derived or animal-tested ingredients; reportedly, they feature a coconut bergamot scent. You see. It's not about health honey, it's about business. Huh. I should have thought of it first. Damn it.