Pears Handwash Reviews
Product Type: Pears Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: Pears / Type: Hand Wash / Suitable for: Hand / What it does: Cleanses, / Pears 100% soap free Hand Wash / It is ... more
Newest Review: ... use The main thing I notice is the fragrance of the soap, which is true to the Pears soap. It is quite strong and a little ... more
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Pears Handwash 237ml
Last Update 10.12.2013 23:25
Pears Hand Wash 237 ml (Pack of 4)
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by - written on 05/08/12 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I use hand wash products in both the kitchen and the bathroom as I tend to wash my hands frequently and therefore need a soft liquid soap which is mild to skin. I usually use shops own brand as hand wash is not something I want to spend a lot of money on. However I recently picked up a bottle of this Pears hand wash and because it was on offer I decided it was worth trying. The product comes in an attractive transparent bottle through which you can see the thick amber coloured liquid soap. It looks like hot lava in a bottle and is rather striking. There is a touch of gold decoration on the pump and on the front of the bottle. This is definitely the kind of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Review of Pears Liquid Handwash **The Product** This is, as the title suggests, a liquid handwash. The product is presented in a recyclable plastic bottle with a pump action dispenser. The bottle is very attractive in my opinion. What makes Pears Liquid Handwash stand out on the shelf is the fact that the upper part of the bottle is an oval shape, identical to Pears bar soap. An added bonus to me is that, being made of clear plastic, the level of handwash is visible. No worries about running low and not noticing with this one! Being printed in a black font, all information and the Pears logo are easy to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/01/11 (Very useful, 139 readings)
I have quite sensitive skin on my hands, which are prone to extreme dryness, which can lead to cracking and bleeding, especially in winter. That's not especially pleasant, so I try to avoid any products that exacerbate the problem. Some liquid soaps are too harsh for my skin. I also avoid any anti-bacterial soaps, because the act of washing your hands properly with soap and water removes bacteria and other pathogens faitly effectively; they are washed down the drain. There's no need to kill them using an anti-bacterial soap in that situation, and it may be that the overuse of anti-bacterial products could lead to harmful bacteria becoming resistant to some disinfectant .. Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I always like to have a really nice handwash in my bathroom, as its an item where I think you can add a little bit of luxury to life without spending a fortune. Anyhow, money has been a bit tight lately, so I've been looking for cheaper options which still have that something special. Pears hand wash fits the bill perfectly! The first thing I look for in a handwash is something that isn't going to be too harsh. I have sensitive skin on my hands and a lot of liquid handwashes make my skin red and feeling sore, particularly anti-bacterial varieties. Pears is mild, soap-free, skin PH-balanced and hypo-allergenic, so I thought this would be ideal. Needless to say, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 33 readings)
When I started doing competitions one of the first prizes I won was a Pears goody bag and that was 2 bars of Pears soap, a bottle of their handwash and a Pears branded hand towel. We never got round to using the handwash but I saw we needed to open a new bottle in the kitchen yesterday so pulled it out quick before my mum could open another one of the Avon Senses ones that she loves, but I wanted to try my prize out! I love the smell of this handwash because it's just like Pears soap, it's got the same clinical type of smell which smells like it's good for you but also is surprisingly nice once you get past it smelling a bit like a hospital! The ... Read the complete review
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