Asda Essential Care Fresh Blue Hand Wash Reviews
Product Type: Asda Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Hand Wash / Suitable for: Hand / What it does: Refreshes,
Newest Review: ... of this product are still evident as I smell my hands. **Price and availability** This hand wash can only be purchased ... more
by - written on 15/03/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
When it comes to handwahses my wife and I almost always choose Carex in some form or another and I really do prefer an antibacterial one but recently we tried the Asda essential care fresh blue hand wash as it was just too cheap to pass up. The 500ml bottle which is already very cheap at 57p per bottle was on offer at two for a pound so we grabbed two and I have to say I was quite impressed with them. This handwash certainly gets the dirt off even the dirtiest of hands so it gets a five out of five for cleansing power and it lathered up well and had a decent scent so no problems there either. Sadly I found that after using it for a while ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/09 (Very useful, 91 readings)
It was whilst my partner was picking up a few bits and pieces in our local Asda supermarket that he consulted his shopping list - written by yours truly of course - and saw that one item on the list was "Asda's own blue hand wash". To be fair, he followed the instructions on the list and purchased a blue-coloured hand wash that was of course an Asda's own branded product. Unfortunately, this was not the exact product that I had in mind, as I usually buy something that has 'anti-bacterial' properties or something similar, as I like to think I am preventing myself against germs whilst washing my hands. My other half however, had picked up a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I have previously reviewed another handwash in the Asda Essential Care Range, which was called Citrus Fresh. I wasn't very impressed with it but seeing as the range is so cheap I thought I would give it another chance, and bought the Fresh Blue Hand Wash. The handwash comes in a tall bottle which is see through so allows you to see how much soap you have left. It has a blue plastic push down dispenser on top and blue writing along with a picture of some hands on the front. It doesn't look particularly stylish and it's easy to see that it is a budget handwash, but it does look better than the yellow citrus version and it's not too ugly. The dispenser ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/08 (Very useful, 112 readings)
My family seem to get through bucket loads of hand wash. The fact that I actively try to encourage good hand hygiene only adds to the amount. My kids had been using a foaming hand wash to encourage them but even at the pound land price I found that due to the credit crunch I have had to find cheaper alternatives, this being one of them! The product I will now review is "Asda essential care hand wash - fresh blue with added moisturisers" The bottle is understandably simple, a plain white bottle, with a blue pump action dispenser. Even though the bottle is white, when the bottle is full the hand wash itself is blue so gives the bottle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I have been doing quite a lot of my shopping at Asda recently and since I had completely ran out of soap I decided to try the fresh blue antibacterial hand wash from the Asda essentials range. Usually I buy the antibacterial hand wash from Tesco and I like that so I assumed this one would be fairly similar. **Packaging** The first thing I have to say about the packaging of this soap is that it looks huge. It is 500ml but it looks very bulky so it is not the prettiest looking hand wash I've tried. The top is locked in place when it is originally purchased, this unlocks with ease and pushes down smoothly to release just the right ... Read the complete review
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Asda Essential Care Hand & Nail Lotion - It's cheap... but not cheerful. Runny lotion, a screw top lid, and doesn't keep hands moisturised.
Asda Fresh Anti Bacterial Handwash - fresh smelling, very cheap compared to leading brands watery consistency, can dry out hands
Asda Dry Wash Anti Bacterial Hand Gel - Cleans, Freshens and Dries without the need of a towel, Gently fragranced None but be careful if using on broken skin - it can sting !
Asda Essential Care Citrus Hand Wash - Cheap Not moisturising, looks and smells like washing up liquid
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