Common problem when working in the kitchen. There are some people that will tell you to drag your hands over something stainless steel (like the back side of a knife). It kind of works. Alternatively, I generally use baking soda & kosher salt...it makes a gritty type paste with a bit of water...just scrub your hands with that and rinse (sometimes you have to do it more than once). Wonderful exfoliate for your hands too.
Likewise, you can always cover the smell up with something more potent (if you can stand the smell of that). Sanitizers generally leave your hands smelling like they do. If you use a chlorine based sanitizer it generally leaves your hands smelling like bleach. Just don't go overboard...if you have a bowl large enough to submerge your hands it's about 16 drops of bleach (or a 1/5 a cap).
However, the best method is to wear gloves and avoid the issue altogether if working with something fragrantly potent.