Within the package of goodies and details we were sent before our European river cruise last year was this antiseptic hand gel, one for each of us. There were automatic dispensers all over the ship and I had my own gel to use up first, so it is only recently that I have begun to use gel given to us last year.
The dispenser has a pump spray nozzle with the intake tube sitting at the base, where it should be to pick up the very last of the gel. The gel itself has a pleasant smell and is very thick. It is so thick in fact, as I discovered when I picked it up from my work bag to use, that the container needs to sit upright, otherwise the intake is sucking air. It may take a minute or so for the gel to settle at the bottom once the container is upright. Well, ok, I just need to keep it upright. Not such a hardship.
But, note the moulded hole and the belt clip, meaning the bottle would hang upside down from your belt. Houston, we have a design problem.