Asda Zingy Lemon Hand Wash Reviews
Product Type: Asda Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Hand Wash / Suitable for: Hand
Newest Review: ... costs 55p for a 500ml bottle. The packaging for the hand wash is nothing special. It comes inside an almost rectangular ... more
by - written on 06/08/12 (Very useful, 38 readings)
This is a hand wash I bought to use in my kitchen as I do quite a lot of gardening work and then come indoors and wash my hands in the kitchen sink. I quite often purchase the cheapest hand washes I can get simply because they can be quite costly and when shopping recently found this Asda's 'Essentials' Zingy Lemon hand wash which I thought would do nicely. This is a large bottle of hand wash, about double the size of many other hand washes available. It's a 500ml sized bottle and the semi-opaque plastic bottle is fully recyclable. The bottle is designed like most hand washes with a pump action button on the top. The button is rather large and flat so it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/12 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I have tried out several of Asda's own-branded liquid hand washes recently, and this review discusses my experience of the "Zingy Lemon" variety, which costs only 55 pence per bottle. We tend to go through quite a lot of liquid hand wash products in our household, so I ordered two bottles of the hand wash when I was doing an online shop from Asda (at www.asda.com) recently. Each of the bottles is a fairly generous 500ml in size which makes the 55 pence price tag seem fantastic value, particularly when I consider that I regularly pay around £1 for much smaller-sized bottles of hand wash - usually being only 300ml - from a variety of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
We tend to go through quite a lot of hand washes in our household and I'm always on the lookout for new products. Out of all of the supermarkets I believe that Asda provides the best range of toiletries and when visiting a few months ago I picked up a few of their own brand hand washes from the Essentials range and this review discusses Zingy Lemon. We are provided with 500 ml of hand wash in an opaque sturdy plastic container, which is fairly eye-catching in appearance, as the fresh looking bright yellow contents can be witnessed. This is the largest bottle of hand wash that I have ever used and whilst I often decant hand washes into a china container I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/12 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I spotted this handwash in Asda last time I was doing a top up shop and just searching for items I'd run out of to keep us going till payday. I was basically after the cheapest one I could find, and I've never noticed Asda's own label handwashes before. They were tucked away on the bottom shelf, but they caught my eye because they were a decent size, and only cost 55p for a 500ml bottle. The Asda Essentials handwash comes in a few different fragrances (not flavours as I nearly typed!), and I chose the lemon one because myself and my other half are big fans of anything citrus or lemon smelling. I tend to find when it comes to handwash, bleach and cleaning ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/12 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I had heard a lot of good things about the ASDA Essentials range of toiletries and recently made my first purchase in the form of their Zingy Lemon Handwash. The handwash comes in a rather plain looking frosted plastic bottle, which allows you to see how much of the bright yellow liquid is left. The pump dispenser is quite wide at the top, meaning it is easy to press down and the bottle doesn't tip when the pump is pressed. The pump also can be twisted to lock it into place. The bottle states that this product is suitable for all of the family and has added moisturisers to help leave hands clean and soft. It states that it is vegetarian friendly ... Read the complete review
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