Product Type: Cussons Hand & Nail Care
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Imperial Leather Japanese Spa Handwash
Member Name: angelboouk
Imperial Leather Japanese Spa Handwash
Advantages: smell, lather, lasts well, price
Disadvantages: hands feel a little weird at first
The Japanese Spa collection is part of the Imperial Leather range that is offered by Cussons. There is a shower cream, bubble bath, shower foam and hand wash available in the Japanese Spa scent.
The hand wash is fully titled as 'Japanese Spa Nourishing Hand Wash'. This hand wash is designed to leave your hands 'healthy, supple and soft'. Key ingredients include :
*Green tea - cleansing properties
*Jasmine - skin softening and for its uplifting aroma
*Rice milk - natural skin moisturiser
This hand wash has been dermatologically tested, skin friendly pH and suitable for the whole family to use. This hand wash is presented in a curvy plastic bottle with a pump dispenser. The bottle can be recycled once empty and the hand wash has an 18month shelf life from first use.
~Price and Availability~
This hand wash is available in a 300ml sized bottle and is currently priced at £1.00 in Asda and Tesco.
I am not fussy when it comes to hand washes. As long as they clean hands thoroughly and do not irritate my families sensitive skin. I don't pay a lot for hand washes as they are often on some kind of offer. I usually have a few bottles of Imperial Leather hand wash in my stock cupboard and my second favourite hand wash in this range is the Japanese Spa hand wash. The Softly Softly one is my ultimate favourite!
The bottle is of a simple design and wouldn't look out of place in any bathroom. The hand wash liquid itself is a creamy colour so very gender and decor neutral in my opinion. This particular hand wash is currently sitting in our bathroom and is used by all of the family including my four year old son. The pump dispenser releases a good sized blob of this thick hand wash. I find this hand wash to be of a lovely consistency as it is thick, creamy and forms a beautifully soft and luxurious lather.
The scent of this hand wash isn't overpowering and is likely to appeal to all. It is a mild, slightly fresh scent and I can detect a hint of the green tea aroma which is actually quite pleasant and it doesn't smell overly soapy or cheap. The scented lather rinses well and at first I find my hands feel a little weird like I have used a block of soap to wash them. Once dried though, my hands feel soft and smooth. This hand wash does deliver a decent amount of moisture for hands which aren't overly dry. My hands are often riddled with rough patches and I do still need to apply a good hand cream. This hand wash is gentle for sensitive hands and leaves my families hands feeling and looking cleansed and refreshed.
The scent lingers softly on my hands for a short while and isn't overpowering. Any food or other aromas are swiftly removed and my hands are left in a clean condition. A little goes a long way with this hand wash so a 300ml bottle lasts really well.
For £1.00 this hand wash is a great bargain. It performs well and is suitable for all of my family to use on a regular basis. The other products in this scent range are pleasant to use as well. I find this hand wash to be of a really good quality and worth every penny.
Thanks for reading :)
Summary: a pleasant hand wash for £1.00
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