Consumer demand for hand hygiene products has skyrocketed during the current global pandemic and market reports show there is no end in sight. This growth has brought new manufacturers into the marketspace, as well as opened up a means for criminal activity to capitalize by producing sub-par or dangerous products. To support this “new norm,” regulatory agencies have put processes in place to monitor the import/export process, as well as directly test suspicious shipments. Manufacturers are implementing analysis and testing protocols as part of quality management, as well as a means to protect their brand with anti-counterfeiting measures. The Rigaku Progeny 1064 nm Raman analyzer is the tool of choice among leading regulatory bodies and manufacturers because of its ability to analyze finished products through packaging, as well as identify the chemicals used during manufacturing.