“ Brand: Palmolive / Type: Hand Wash / Subcategory: Hand Milk / Suitable for: Hand / What it does: Nourishes „
Just the name to me, almond milk, sounds luxurious and smooth and creamy and this is one of my favourite hand washes from the Palmolive range. I use a number of different hand washes and like to have them at my sink and in my bathrooms and readily available for guests and for the kids too. I think hand washes that come in bottles with a nozzle at the top are much easier to use than a bar of soap and I also think they are cleaner than a bar of soap too. I also think they are more hygienic as all you need to do to get to the liquid inside is press the little nozzle on top and you can do this with the side of your hand so as not to get your dirty hands all over the nozzle.
This handwash from Palmolive is described as a Delicate Care Liquid Handwash which has a soap free formula enriched with extracts of 100% natural origin of almond and aloe vera. It contains a unique combination of mild cleansers and a skin conditioner.
I actually like the fact that this handwash does not contain soap as I think it is a little bit gentlier on my hands than soap and does not dry them out like soap can. The lotion is really nice and creamy and really quite thick too which I like. This being the case I means I really only need a drip of it compared to other hand soaps/washes in order to clean my hands. It lathers up really quickly and coats all of my hands with just this small little dollop so it works really well and lasts a long time although with three of us using it all the time in the bathroom it doesn't last that long. I think the inclusion of milk is lovely as its like your hands are taking a little milk bath which is very good for your skin. I like the inclusion of aloe vera too as this always works well for my skin and is lovely and smoothing.
The smell is amazing. I wouldn't say its a nutty smell, you can't really smell almond in it, rather you just get a really nice sweet fragrant smell that lingers on your hands too which is nice.
You can usually pick up a 300ml bottle for less than £2 and often they are on special in Boots so keep a look out.
In my opinion I think that pump handwashes are alot my hygeinic than using bar soaps which everyone rubs there hands all over yuck. This Palmolive one is one of my favourites it comes in 500ml clear pump container which contains the milky white handwash. A bottle costs me around £1 depending on if I buy it from a chemist or supermarket and what offers are on the day.
The handwash contains Almond milk which hydrates the skin and leaves it feeling soft. It contains no soap which is good for me as I find soap products tend to leave my skin feeling quite try and I suffer from eczema on my hands so have to be careful.
To use the liquid hand wash you simply twist the trigger at the top to release the pump action, you then press the trigger which releases the liquid handwash into your hands it has a lovely smell of almonds which is not to overpowering. The handwash is quite creamy and foams nicely as you wash your hands. Once I am satisfied my handds are clean I then rinse of and dry. The handwash does leave my hands feeling nice and smooth and does not irritate my skin.
The only bad point to using pump action handwashes is once you get near the end the tube does not pick up the last bit of handwash, as it is a clear container I can see that there is quite abit left in the bottom whih will not come up the tube. This however can be solved by unscrewing the lid and pouring the liquid out into you hands so its not a huge problem.
5 stars for this handwash from me
I love love love the smell of this gorgeus handwash! After using this my hands always smell off almond and best off all the feel clean and soft
The price is very good I think. Palmolive has always been cheap and chearful for me. You can purchase this at all major supermarkets for around £2. Which I think is pretty good for the quality and smell you are getting.
The handwash comes in a clear plastic container in an oval shape. It contains 300ml of the handwash which is pure white. There is also a white pump to pump out the handwash. A fairly sturdy bottle in my opinion
The wash is very thick and creamy its like a milky forumula. The wash is soap free but contains almond milk which is meant to nourish your hands. At first I was a bit skeptical as I hate milk. However when I tried it I thought wow! The handwash is very milky and is beautiful on my hands.
My hands get quite dry sometimes and I have found that this totally helps. It makes dry patches alot softer and smoother to touch. The almond scent doesn't wear off during the day and it smells gorgeaus
Overall I would recommend this product to anyone who wants a cheap but reliable price for nice smelling hands.
I think for many of us, gone are the days where we had a bar of soap sitting at the side of the basin, almost everyone I know uses liquid soap now and I can see why, it's efficient and not as messy as a wet bar of soap sitting on the enamel. Personally I tend to bulk buy four or five at a time when they are on offer in Asda or Tesco (the last offer was 4 for £3 in Asda) and I always prefer if it is the Palmolive range that is included as my absolute favourite is 'Palmolive Naturals Nourishing Hand wash with Almond milk'
The reason that I like this one so much is it's disctinctive almond scent. It is just lush. After you wash your hands with the cream, the scent lingers on your hands for quite some time afterwards. It smells fresh and clean. My mum uses this too, we just really love the smell.
The soap comes in a rounded 300 ml jar with a pump dispenser. The soap is white and it is really quite thick. It gives a very nice lather- not too much and not too little.
I personally have quite rough hands and they always look much better after using this soap. It is enriched with oils and moisturisers and for someone like myself the effects are plain to be seen. It certainly nourishes my skin. I really, really dislike my hands as they look like old lady hands, but they look their best after using Palmolive.
I would certainly recommend that everyone out there gives this a try. It smells so delicious that you'd be tempted to eat it! But above all, it is kind to your skin while leaving your hands fresh and hygienic. I will be using it for a long time.
I love the smell (and of course the taste) of almond. Not only my shower milk but our handwash has almond fragrance. I buy them usually in Sainsbury's but I think it is available in most of the supermarkets.
Price and package
Palmolive nourishing handwash comes in a completely transparent plastic bottle with a pump. The bottle has oval shape and the handwash is white in it. There is a green Palmolive logo on the top of the label then below it is written Naturals. There are almonds on the label. The bottle contains 300 ml handwash and costs 1.64 pounds in Sainsbury's.
Texture and other characteristics
Palmolive Almond handwash is white and creamy. It is relatively thick and has lovely almond smell (if you like it). This handwash has a soap free formula with almond milk which makes our hand clean, soft and moisturised. I really like to wash my hands with this handwash and I can smell its fragrance for a long time.
Aqua, Sodium C12-13 Pareth Sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Chloride, Lauryl Glucoside, Styrene / Acrylates Copolymer, DMDM Hydantoin, Parfum, Glycol Distearate, Polyquaternium-7, Tetrasodium EDTA, Citric Acid, Glycerin, Laureth-4, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis, Sine Adipe Lac, Benzyl Benzoate, Hexyl Cinnamal, Hydroxyisohexyl 3-Cyclohexene Carboxaldehyde, Linalool.
I think this handwash is a great product. It foams well and a little is enough for washing your hands. It last quite long. I enjoy that my hands are soft after washing them with this handwash. It smells good and lasts long. It does what it is said on the label. I'm completely satisfied with it and highly recommend to everyone who loves almond fragrance.
The perfect thing to place in your bathroom, so everyone washes their hands after they have finished doing whatever they were doing is Palmolive hand wash soap. It is far easier to use than solid soap, more hygienic and has a much better feeling on the hands. Unfortunately I think that a bar of soap tends to dry out my hand after use and, after sitting in the same place day after day, the base of the soap tends to become soft and unusable. Liquid hand wash is very easy to dispense with the squirt nozzle and contains moisturising agents to ensure that don't dry out your skin.
I have tried several different types are liquid hand wash, including Carex, but I must say Palmolive is probably the best, I recently bought the Palmolive Naturals Nourishing Hand Wash with Almond Milk and was very impressed, it leaves your hands very moisturised and smelling great.
It comes in a standard 300ml transparent bottle container with a pump action squirting funnel on the top, the soap itself is a creamy white colour (milky colour) and really does smell like almond milk. The price of this item is relatively cheap in comparison to other branded versions costing only £1.00 per bottle. There are often several offers on in most of the major supermarkets such as buy one get one free or 3 for 2 offers. Carex tends to retail at about the same price but comes in a slightly smaller 250ml bottle, and there are supermarket own brands available which are slightly cheaper but tend to lack the quality, for example, Tesco sell their own brand of liquid handwash for between 50p to £1.
Overall, this is a fantastic soap product which is a necessity for any bathroom, kitchen, or toilet and I will buy this product again in the future. If you haven't yet tried it out, its worth a go, I highly recommend it. I give this product a Dooyoo rating of 5 stars out of 5.
I'm not sure about anyone else but I find that when I wash my hands and after drying, my skin feels dried up and during the winter months it gets red and sore. I used to use a moisturiser after washing my hands to solve this problem but my hands would feel greasy, so I wanted to find something that would do both and then I found Palmolive Naturals with almond milk. This soap has been a life saver for me, it makes my hands soft and moisturised after washing, so I only need to moisturise my hands at night.
Palmolive Naturals is a liquid hand wash and is available from Tescos for £1 with 300ml in each bottle which compared to others on the market is very reasonably priced. It is also available in a bar and costs £1.60 for 4 100g bars. I prefer the liquid hand wash (although it probably works out more expensive than the bars) but it looks good in the bathroom and is always welcoming for guests to use.
The liquid hand wash comes in a clear rounded bottle with a squirty top. On first use you will need to twist the top until it lifts up and then press down to release some soap. The soap is milky and smells beautiful, I've never found another soap which smells as nice as this. As the soap is enriched with almond milk and has a combination of mild cleansers and skin conditioner, it makes your hands feel nourished and moisturised. I feel after I've washed my hands my skin feels supple and soft and I've haven't had any problems with dry and sore hands.
Overall, I think Palmolive Naturals with almond milk is the best bathroom hand soap I've found on the market. It nourishes and moisturises your hands making them feel touchably soft and it's cheap. Best soap I've found on the market today.
Of all the soaps I've bought and tried recently, this is my favourite. I hadn't tried much in the way of Palmolive soaps before, but the fact that this product is scented with almonds made it irresistible to me as I love the smell of almond!
This product is from the Palmolive Naturals range. Describing itself as a nourishing liquid handwash, it certainly lives up to its description. The front of the bottle says it is soap made with almond milk and as I've already said, this is one of the most inviting aspects of this soap.
The packaging is very straightforward, and is quite similar in some ways to the Radox range. The bottle is circular, transparent, with a white pump. The pump is one of the easiest I have found to operate; just one twist and you can start using the soap. Some of the others I have tried have taken several twists and even then have not opened because it hasn't been clear which way to turn it!
The Palmolive logo is a soft green, which stands out well against the background of the soap, which looks a very milky white. Emphasis is placed on the word "Naturals" and "Nourishing" is given prominence too. Then, in the centre of the bottle there are a few almond nuts (one opened) making it even appetising for the consumer. The nuts are accompanied by a blue swish which although not in keeping with the rest of the colours on the bottle, does make the almonds stand out very much.
So what is it like to use? One of my main gripes with many soaps I have tried is the texture - either too thick, too tacky, too greasy or slimy. This one is just right. Creamy, not thick, but not too thin either. It's strange because the emphasis on the milky nature of the product keeps coming into my mind when I use it, but it doesn't feel at all watered down or thin. It holds to the skin well, froths well and gives me a sense of really clean hands, without them feeling greasy afterwards either.
And the scent, as you may have guessed, is wonderful. It does linger a on the skin for quite a while afterwards, but not in an oppressive way, just gently hanging in the air and on your hands. And this is really pleasant and perks you up quite a lot.
The back of the bottle has a bit of blurb which is enticing as well as being reassuring. It states that the soap contains mild cleansers and skin conditioner, and that tests have proven it continues to nourish the skin even after washing hands.
All in all, a fabulous product and my favourite soap at the moment. If I had to have one gripe it would be that it is a few pence more than some other similar products. In Tesco and Sainsbury's I have seen it for around £1.64 and it features regularly in offers. So a very minor criticism because if you want quality you sometimes have to pay a bit more for it.