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Radox Clean & Moisturise Handwash
Being a fan of hand washing - I tend to get through an awful lot of hand wash. As such I like to have products that are effective, moisturizing, anti bacterial, and cheap. Amazingly with such a high list of demands this product from Radox fits the bill well.
I picked this product up on offer 2 for £2 - in Morrisons - although this offer seems to be available in most supermarkets periodically. In my eyes this is a great bargain, it comes in a 300 ml bottle. The product is a lovely white colour, and is fragranced with camomile, and jojoba. The soap lathers well, and washes off nicely leaving my hands smelling softly of camomile. Personally I have never smelt jojoba so cannot comment if this scent is apparent.
According to the bottle the contents kill 99.99% of bacteria - I haven't checked this under a microscope - (as if I'd know how), but I haven't had any issues of illness (except hay fever) while using it. Due to my particularly bad hay fever, and masses of garden work I have been washing my hands alot recently. They are not suffering from any more dryness than usual - and it certainly works to keep them clean.
The push top of the bottle make it easy to use, and the contents make me feel that I have hands clean enough to cook with, while they are kept as silky soft as they can be while tearing up the garden. I personally love this product, and will keep returning to this product as it does hit the spot for me, when I have a big list on my 'essential criteria' list for purchase.
It gets five stars from me, as it works well.
In our cottage we have a throne room - now that's got you all thinking hasn't it? Actually it is a downstairs cloakroom but when the plumber came to fit the toilet for us the rock that the house is built on was too hard to dig out enough to make a decent drop for the waste pipe. The only way to do it was to sit the toilet on a raised platform so we decided the room would be known as the throne room!
Anyway in there we also have a small sink and I always buy liquid soap rather than the solid sort as it sits on the side of the sink unit more easily. A bar of soap would just keep slipping back into the sink and generally making a mess.
The one that we are using at the moment is the Radox Clean & Moisturise Natural Antibacterial Handwash with chamomile and jojoba oil and it smells divine!
Having looked on line the current cost of this handwash varies from £1 up to just over £2 but it is worth keeping your eyes open as there are often special offers on Radox products which make the prices even better.
This particular one comes in an opaque container with the green Radox logo on the front and a picture of purple flowers. It has a white pump action top. To use the handwash you just put your one hand under the nozzle whilst pressing down on the top with the other hand. The liquid that appears is white and very creamy in consistency.
When I then run the warm water onto my hands I get a lovely thick, creamy lather. It doesn't seem to matter how dirty I get - gardening, cleaning, counting money from the lifeboat collecting boxes - this handwash always gets my hands clean.
Apparently the jojoba oil helps to keep the skin smooth and soft and I have to say that I have found this handwash to be a lot less drying on my hands than some that I have used. The caring quality of the chamomile helps to keep the hands clean and moisturised.
The writing on the back of the container tells us that Radox products help to maintain the natural PH balance of the skin and that they are all dermatologically tested.
The big advantage of this one as far as I am concerned is the smell. I have great difficulty describing fragrances but this one is quite sweet, light and flowery. I suppose it is a mixture of the fragrances of jojoba and chamomile but, as I don't know what either of these smell like, I can't comment.
I do find that, when I have washed my hands using this product, I keep sniffing them because I love the fragrance so much!
So I would definitely recommend this one and of course, once it is all finished, the container goes into the plastic recycling bag!
The Natural Choice
Our downstairs loo is the place most used by our visitors and I do like to have good quality toiletries available for use in there. I'll cut back with cheaper products elsewhere in the house, but not so much in that room. Having said that, I have to watch my spending these days, just like everyone else, so I do try to get value for money. I was really pleased to spot this Radox hand wash on special offer in my local Tesco a month or so ago, at £1 per unit. It usually retails for about £1.80 so that was a good offer. The product I was using was running out and we were due to have a guest staying with us for a few days. I've bought Radox products in the past and found them good. This one claims to have anti-bacterial properties, so that was a bonus. I'm not over the top about cleanliness, hygiene etc, but my husband has been on high doses of steroids so we've had to be a bit more careful than usual about trying to avoid infection and keeping hands as germ-free as possible is one way of achieving this.
It's Only Natural
This handwash comes in a 300ml container with a pump at the top - a fairly standard approach to packaging something like this, and pleasant enough to look at without being outstanding. You can see that the handwash inside it is white. The Radox logo is obvious at the top, then we're informed that this will clean and moisturise, too. It is (or has? I'm not sure) a natural antibacterial and contains chamomile and jojoba oil. The emphasis on 'natural' continues with a small logo saying 'naturally caring for your hands' and a larger graphic of daisy -like flowers which I assume are meant to be chamomile.
Turning it round, I'm pleased to see the request to recycle this when empty as we have a good scheme for recycling plastics. You do need to remove the pump first, though. I wasn't aware that Radox is part of the Unilever Group, but I guess I shouldn't have been surprised.
There is no warning to keep out of reach of children or any other safety notice other than to rinse well with water if you get it in your eyes. That surprised me a bit, but then I haven't heard of anyone coming to much grief through a soap product.
The rest of the information makes more reference to 'natural': 'natural ingredients' 'natural antibacterial handwash' 'naturally conditioning jojoba oil'. I get the message! They claim that this is 'effective yet gentle', it will put the goodness back in your hands, help maintain your skin's natural pH balance, it's safe for all the family and is dermatologically tested. It doesn't say on whom or what it's tested. I think I'm getting a bit cynical about some of these claims in my old age. Apart from the jojoba oil and chamomile, it's difficult to detect what other natural ingredients there are from those listed. I'm not going to reproduce them on here because I think they're only of interest to someone with a science degree. Take the antibacterial claim - I can't for the life of me work out which ingredient has these properties. One website I researched 'antibacterial' on suggested it would most likely be triclosan, but I can't see that listed. Maybe I'm being a bit grumpy tonight, but I just think it might be helpful if there were clearer links between the claims and what supports them. That doesn't just apply to this product, though, so rant over!
Doing What Comes Naturally
Not a lot to say here - you depress the pump, it dispenses the liquid, you wash your hands. I do sometimes find the pump a bit difficult to depress; maybe it sticks occasionally. The handwash has a pleasant, fairly thick consistency which makes it easy to rub over the backs of your hands without it all washing away. The aroma I find very pleasant. It cleans my hands effectively and leaves them feeling soft, although I don't think I would go so far as to call them moisturised. There's been a bit of leakage on the side of the container that has left it sticky when you handle it. I guess this has been from when the pump has been facing to the side rather than the front which is probably our fault, as users, rather than a design fault, but it's a bit unpleasant.
I've found this a pleasant product to use. I've had a few minor issues with the packaging, but that might just have been this particular container. It didn't leave my hands any drier, but I'm not 100% convinced of its claims to moisturise. I feel it's better at cleansing, which is what you want it to be good at. I'm also a bit sceptical of the antibacterial claims and there is no easy way to assess whether it works at this level. That only concerns me because of the concerns about my husband's health. I rate it as a 4 star product because it's better than average but not quite up there with the luxury hand washes - a solid, reliable performer, not quite a star but well worth buying again.
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I have always been more of a fan of using hand wash as opposed to soap in my bathroom for hand washing purposes, and I just feel it is quicker, cleaner and more hygienic to use this despite it not lasting as long as soap. I have always received great quality from Radox products, therefore I chose to pick up their Clean and Moisturise Hand Wash when doing my weekly shop as it sounded like it would be effective.
It only cost £1.88 from Tesco which I feel is a fair price for a hand wash, although if you shop around different stores I have seen it slightly cheaper. In this price, you receive 300ml worth of hand wash which I think is a reasonable amount for the price paid, and as I live alone it will last me weeks so it is worth the payment. I have seen this hand wash available in most supermarkets and pharmacies if you are interested in trying it out.
It comes in a bottle as shown in the image, and to activate the pump at first, you simply have to twist it round to unlock it and this makes the hand wash come out. Per wash, I find that you only have to press down the pump once and you get a good amount of hand wash come out in one go. This is much better than some which I have tried in the past where you are having to squirt out the hand wash about five or six goes to get a decent amount so I was happy with this Radox one. To use, you then simply have to lather the hand wash with water, and I do find that it lathers up quite well, and this could be as the hand wash itself is quite thick which I like, so ten out of ten for usability as I have had no problems!
The scent of the hand wash is lovely as it is not fruity and overpowering like most other ones which I often go for. Due to its gentle ingredients, it means that it does not have a strong scent to it, however there is a very soft, clean smell about it leaving your hands feeling and smelling lovely.
One of the main reasons I opted for this hand wash specifically was that it is a moisturising one, and especially in the winter I do tend to get quite dried out hands due to the weather. This means I am constantly applying hand lotion, but this hand wash acts a little as a hand lotion as well as it leaves your hands feeling super smooth after use. Another plus of this is that it is quite gentle and kind to skin as it contains jojoba oil and chamomile and has no dodgy ingredients, therefore making it an excellent hand wash for use by all of the family! In case you are wondering, it does also act as an antibacterial which makes it excellent not only for in the bathroom but for use in the kitchen too if preparing certain foods whereby you need to use a hand wash.
Overall, I am extremely happy with this hand wash and I will definitely continue to repurchase it throughout the winter months. It is reasonably priced, not overpowering in scent and washes hands thoroughly, as well as protecting them and leaving them feeling soft and smooth. I have not got one bad thing to say about Radox's Clean and Moisturise hand wash, therefore I will be rating it five stars. Excellent hand wash, thanks for reading.
I don't really mind which brand of hand wash I buy but I do buy lots of branded ones while they are reduced in price on offer. I bought this one for a £1. I usually do not pay much more than a £1 because more often than not I always find one for around that price to buy.
This liquid comes housed in a plastic bottle, it has a pump dispenser, the wash is white and it is a rich textured wash. It is also a smooth texture. It contains camomile which is an ingredient to help to smooth the skin and help it to be moisturised. It also contains an ingredient of jojoba oil. This oil helps to condition hands and to help keep them soft. I know I am using a good quality wash when I use this one because I can feel how rich it is while washing them. It rinses well from the hands too. It lathers well by adding just a small amount of water to the wash and then just rubbing the hands. Only a few pumps from the bottle can give for a good lather on the hands. It removes all the dirt from my grandchildren's hands, some of the younger ones have sticky fingers and it cleans them well.
I have not had any irritations and my grandchildren have washed their hands with this soap and they have had no problems on their skins. It is a nice family soap. It has a nice smell to it and one that I think smells of a nice scent, just like a mild perfume. It is a nice smell and one that I find is suitable for myself and my family. It gives them a nice fresh smell and it does not have a runny consistency, this one has a rich one.
This one leaves the hands soft, it leaves a lasting smell of the wash on the hands for a while after washing them, unlike some cheaper ones. Some of the cheaper ones are good enough for me and I have no complaints with most of them but I do like a good brand when I see them cheaper.
I think this one is worth a £1. The bottle lasts a long time with regular use. It is good quality and a brand that is well known and been selling in the shops for a long time.
I am pleased I bought this wash and I recommend it for others because it is a good one and I will buy it with no hesitation again in the future. Radox rarely let me down and this one is without a doubt no let down in the way is helps clean and moisturise the skin.
The bottle can be recycled too.
I rate it 5 stars.
I love liquid hand washes, I particularly like to buy the branded ones when they are on special offer and reduced in price, so that I bag a bargain and save a little money. I bought this one a while ago on special offer for under a £1 for a 300ml bottle and so I bought it and stocked it in my cupboard. I have bought this brand many times and know it is a reliable one.
This soap comes in a plastic bottle of which is very sturdy, it has a pump dispenser to release the liquid. It is very easy to press the dispenser without it sticking etc. I find that only a quick couple of pumps is adequate enough to wash my hands. The liquid is a really rich one and it is white in colour. It has a really nice smooth texture and one that is extremely soft. Once it is pumped onto the hands it feels really silky, it lathers really well and creates a lot of bubbles to work into the fingers and hands. It washes them just perfectly. What I like about this one is also the way it rinses well in no time at all.
It contains camomile which I find is really soothing on my hands, it also contains jojoba oil which is designed to condition the hands naturally. It has a really nice fragrance and one that has a nice perfume scent to it. The fragranced is not too overpowering and is just the right amount. The smell I find is still apparent on the hands some time after washing them and one that I can definitely detect and find very pleasant. It then shows that the hand wash is a good quality and one that has a lasting fragrance and not just one that only lasts the time the hands are being washed.
I have found this one does not dry my skin, it does leave my hands feeling nice and soft to the touch and not at all rough. I find it moisturises really well. I have sensitive skin and I have found this one has not irritated my skin at all. My little grandson has used it many times and it has also been perfectly fine for his more delicate skin.
I really love the texture of this one, I like the feel of it on my hands while I am washing them. It is a very good quality soap, it is excellent value for money even at the usual price of around £2. It is even better value if bought on offer in my opinion.
The base of the bottle sits really well on the side of the sink, I find it does not tip over or drip from the bottle and so it is far less messy than some other brands in the shops. With this bottle, it is not a bulky one and so it does not take that much room up on the side of the sink if you want to place it on a smaller sink. Some sinks are just that little smaller in a downstairs toilet and I think this size bottle would be so suitable for that kind of sink size in my opinion.
This is a family soap, it is ideal for all the family and not just for the women in the household or house guests. It does not have a feminine smell but it is scented but not one that a male would think is too feminine. It is just a nice fresh scented smell.
Because of the quality of this soap, a little does go a very long way so depending often it is used in a household, it can last a good few weeks with regular use. I highly recommend this one for anyone looking for a good lasting smell and a nice texture for the hands, it is one that I most certainly will be buying again because it really gives me all the results that I expect from a liquid soap. It is a nice gentle soap with good moisturising ingredients. Also Radox is a very well known brand and one that has been around for quite some time and is known for the excellent, superb quality of each product they produce on the market.
I give it 5 stars.
Thank you for reading my review and I hope it has been of some help.
I tend to use a lot of Radox products both in their shower range and also in their hand wash range as they are a manufacturer that I trust and feel happy for all the family to use.
We have six sinks in our house so we need quite a lot of hand wash to go round and I tend to have different varieties in several places.
I picked up this clean & moisture natural antibacterial hand wash with chamomile and jojoba oil together with several other varieties as they were all on offer for a £1 in Tesco although on checking their website just now they are currently selling it for £0.95p (usually retailing at £1.90) so an even better bargain is to be had!
This one is white in colour and comes in a 300ml recyclable bottle with a pump dispenser.
Radox likes to use natural ingredients that are 'active' in that they have particular properties that enhance the other moisturisers and ingredients they use as a base for their products.
Camomile is reknowned for its caring, soothing properties and although it doesn't state it specifically I googled it and this is where the naturally occurring anti-bacterial element comes in.
Jojoba oil is a natural conditioner which helps to keep the skin on your hands soft and smooth.
The product is quite thick and creamy and only one pump is needed to dispense enough hand wash which once mixed with water lathers up well and ensures thorough coverage and an adequate clean. This has a really lovely fresh smell and the scent of chamomile in particular lingers on your hands after use and helps to eliminate any unpleasant odours that your hands may have picked up whilst handling food etc. It does not smell medicinal or in any way anti-bacterial like some can but as this is a mild and natural anti-bacterial hand wash you don't have that but you do get a very clean and soothing effect on your hands.
My skin does not feel tight after use and this seems to prevent them from drying out especially as I tend not to wear gloves whilst cleaning etc. although I know I should. My skin does feel nice and soft and I do feel that this protects my hands well and as I am a bit lax when it comes to piling on the hand cream as often as I should, it's good to know they are getting some help from the hand wash I use to stay in good condition.
This product helps to maintain the skins natural pH balance, contains added moisturisers, is effective and caring and can be used by the whole family as it is mild enough for children. It has been dermatologically tested and as always stated has Radox's 100 years know-how behind it!
This coming from Radox, at such a low price but a good quality product means I can highly recommend this as a good buy.
Thanks for reading. x
My review of this handwash will be largely influenced by some issues I have had with the packaging. The handwash comes in a see through plastic container with the usual pump dispenser. Unfortunately, the pump dispenser is on a spring mechanism, which must be faulty because when I first put this handwash in the bathroom I couldn't for the life of me get the pump working, and when my other half rather patronisingly said "Let me have a go" (bordering on patting me on the head as he said it), I was rather smug to witness him huffing and puffing as he tried to get it working. The verdict was the pump dispenser was faulty, so we had to pour the handwash into an empty soap container, losing some of the contents in the process.
If you were lucky enough to have a dispenser that actually worked, the packaging is rather neutral so would suit most bathrooms. I have a purple bathroom (sounds awful but it's actually quite nice!), so I only really buy handwash and other toiletries that won't make it look like something out of Austin Powers. This handwash appealed because it was white in colour, with very discreet writing and pictures on the front, and there were small purple flowers on the bottle which fitted in with my bathroom. The price was also very reasonable, being on offer at £1 for a 300ml bottle. I've seen the Radox range on offer in lots of places so I wouldn't pay full price for it.
The soap itself has a lovely smell to it, it smells quite floral and the smell does linger on your hands afterwards. It's quite a feminine smell so may not be suitable for men if they're a bit fussy about this kind of thing. The soap is antibacterial but doesn't have that horrible clinical smell some antibacterial handwashes can have. It lathers really well and I did feel that my hands were being moisturised because they weren't as dry as they usually are. According to the description on the bottle it is the jojoba oil and added moisturisers which provides the moisturisation and keeps your skin's pH balance.
My experience of this handwash is a bit mixed really. If I ignore the fact the packaging was faulty (this could have just been a one-off, I'm not saying every bottle everyone buys will have the same problem!), the product itself is really pleasant smelling and does a good job of moisturising your hands. I used this handwash a lot over the weekend as I was decorating one of our rooms, and usually when doing DIY I'd get dry skin from constantly having my hands in water washing brushes and washing paint off my hands. This handwash did seem to look after my hands quite well so I'd happily take a chance on buying it again, hopefully with a fully functioning pump dispenser next time.
In our house it is a standard joke that our 3 year old daughter has OCD, this is not meant in a nasty way just that she likes everything to be just right and has an obsession with washing her hands due to this I always have a hand wash pump in our bathroom and this is one of the ones we have tried. I bought this on offer at Asda and got 4 of them for £3.00 although they are selling at 82p each at Tesco so either way not too expensive for a well known brand.
The Radox hand washes come in 5 different fragrances, the bottle has a pump operation for dispensing and each one holds 300ml. On the front of the bottle you have got the Radox logo and then the name of the particular option you have bought underneath this it is claimed that this is a natural antibacterial hand wash. The scent of this hand wash is Chamomile and Jojoba oil and then there is a picture of some flowers looking bits at the bottom, on the rear of the bottle you have the makers claims, helps maintain skin's natural PH balance, contains added moisturisers, effective and caring for all the family, dermatologically tested, 100 years of Radox know how. Also on the back is the warning that if this gets into the eyes rinse well with clean water, the ingredients and the company information if you should ever need it.
When you first purchase the bottle you have to release the pump to prevent any spillage before you are ready to use it, the pump is quite stiff at first but does loosen quite quickly and my daughter can manage to use this herself which is great. When you pump the product comes out easily but only dispenses a small amount which again I find great as it is mainly for my daughters use as she can't manage to use soap without it slipping all over and of course at 3 year old she only has little hands. The soap lathers nicely and rinses off without feeling like there is any residue on your hands, the soap seems to make your hands feel nice and soft after washing although this doesn't last long, the scent is very delicate and again doesn't last long. This is a great hand wash at a decent price the only issue being getting the dregs from the bottom of the bottle.
I have been going through a lot of handwash lately. I have tried so many. I suffer from really dry hands and I have found a number of handwashes out there irritate my skin. I bought this one because it was on offer in Tesco. It was only a £1 for 300ml. The wash itself comes in a clear bottle with a pump dispenser and it is white in colour.
The handwash is described as antibacterial which is a must for me, it also contains jojoba oil to keep skin soft and smooth and chamomile which keeps hands soft and moisturised. The main reason I chose this was because the wash was described as having natural ingredients. I also prefer washes that look creamy as I find they are better for my hands than clear washes.
You use this in the same way as any handwash simply pump a small amount out and massage into wet hands. You only need half a pump of this to get a good lather. It has a really pleasant smell, it smells clean and has a hint of chamomile. It doesn't in anyway smell antibacterial which is always a bonus.
The wash itself removed all traces of dirt from my hands, after rinsing and drying my hands they also felt soft and conditioned. I would recommend this for use by the whole family, this is by far one of the best handwashes I have tried and I much prefer it to Carex which dried my hands out terribly.
I would give this 5 out of 5. It is a must have in the bathroom and I now buy it frequently.
This radox handwash is a must in the bathroom. The bottle is very good value, especially if you get it in tesco when it is on offer for a £1 - which is quite often. The bottle itself is durable and i have never had the problem of the pump breaking which happens a lot with cheaper hand washs. You need approx two to three pumps of the hand wash to built up a good lather and i find that you get a better lather if you use hot water rather than cold. With an average amount of scrubbing and lathering all of the dirt (unless its oil or something very strong) will come off. I sometimes get very dry and sensitive skin on my hands (could be because i work in a book shop with very strong air conditioning system) but thankfully the hand wash never stings my hands when i wash with it. i find it soothes my hands more than anything.
overall a very good hand wash with a lovely scent which lasts a long time on your hands.
We always have Handwash in the house. Often there is 2 different kinds. Hubby prefers the standard antibactirial ones, which although they can all clean hands and kill germs and that, since he usually uses the wash after he has been doing work on a car, then he just prefers to use something like that. I on the other hand like the more scented and softening Handwashes. Teamed up with Bars of Soap and our bathroom sink can get that bit crowded.
I like Radox Bubble Bath and their Shower Gels are ok as well but i'd never used the Handwash up until about 4 months ago. I picked up a bottle of this in Poundland for the price of - you guessed it £1. For the 300ml bottle I thought that was pretty good and especially being a brand name. The Supermarket own brand version is often nearly £1 for the same size.
The bottle looks just like the Dooyoo picture. It is ok. Not too square a bottle with a pump sticking out the top of it and the Radox branding on the front on a sticker. The ingredients and instructions for use are on the back.
I used 2 squirts of this and this gave a good lather to my wet hands. Actually i'm sure even 1 squirt would have probably done the job. This isn't too thick but quite thick and once you start to rub this into your wet hands then the bubbles cover a good amount.
This has a light scent to it. A nice clean scent with a hint of moisturiser scent as well. I would say this seemed to moisturise on it's own although I do use Hand Cream as well sometimes.
A nice scent and nice clean hands. I think this can cost around £1.60 which i'm sure it's still worth as this bottle should last quite a good few washes.
I'm not loyal when it comes to handwash, so long as it looks ok, smells ok and is antibacterial then I'm sold.
I came across a twin pack of Radox Clean and Moisturise Handwash in Semi Chem for £1.69. At 300ml each I thought it was a great bargain. I generally trust Radox products as I have used them on and off for years, since I was a kid and my mam did all the shopping. I remember the smell of Radox bathfoam, reminds me of Sunday bath night!
What I like in particular about this handwash is it matches my bathroom which is coincidence only, certainly not planned. Its in a transparent bottle, with a white pump dispenser lid. The liquid inside is white also, hence it matching my bathroom. The front of the bottle displays the well known Radox logo in green, with purple flowers.
Radox Clean and Moisturise Handwash contains the ingredients chamomile and jojoba oil, which claim to keep skin soft, smooth, clean and moisturised. The bottle also states that this wash helps skin to maintain its natural pH, and it si dermatologically tested, therefore it is suitable for the whole family.
The pump dispenser is quite robust, so its good for over enthusiastic kids, but is still easy to use. The liquid does tend to drip out the pump unless you wipe the end when you have finished dispensing.
The liquid doesn't tend to foam too much, it is more bubbly than foamy. A little goes a long way, but it is hard to get just the right amount out, I think it tends to dispense a set amount of product each time. The bottle I have in my bathroom is still going after two weeks, but I'm sure I'll be on to bottle number two within the next few days.
The fragrance is quite light and soft, I can't tell if it is chamomile or jojoba that I can smell, but it is really nice. The smell lingers on your skin for a while afterwards.
I have quite dry skin, but I don't think that this is particularly moisturising, nor is it drying either. I still need to apply a handcream after washing my hands. The other members of my family don't have this problem, they just wash and go, therefore I think the moisturising qualities depend on the skin type of the person using it.
It cleans well too, my daughter comes home with paint, pen and whatever else on her hands after school, and the first thing I make sure she does, is give her hands a good old wash.
Would I buy this again? Yes, definitely, especially at the price, two bottles for £1.69. It is a good all round handwash, perhaps it doesn't quite deliver on the moisturising claim for me, but its still pretty good stuff.
As a bargain-hunter my attitude towards hand hygiene products is quite random, just pick up whatever happens to be on offer at the supermarket. Frequently I've finished up with Radox in my basket. This is because it is regularly on promotion, but mainly because I like their products. The one I have chosen to review is Radox Clean and Moisturise Hand Wash with chamomile and jojoba oil.
Radox is a well known brand of body hygiene products having nearly 100 years. The range includes bath soaks, shower gels and hand washes, etc. That is available in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Czech Republic, Australia and South Africa. The official site of Radox is be-selfish.co.uk, in which that launched the Be-Selfish campaign to encourage women to take time out of their day for themselves.
About Radox Clean and Moisturise Hand Wash:
The Radox Clean and Moisturise Hand Wash with chamomile and jojoba oil looks very nice, but simple. It comes in a white curved plastic bottle with a white plastic pump dispenser at the top. The logo of Radox is noticeable in white font on a small green background. With a couple of purple chamomile flowers as decoration the pink name of Clean and Moisturise comes along lovely with other short information.
There is also a brief introduction to the product in the back of the bottle. Radox has used natural ingredients to make this handwash natural antibacterial and effectively gentle. It naturally contains jojoba oil, which helps keep skin soft and sooth. With the light and caring chamomile it can keep hands clean and moisturised.
I really like this handwash from Radox. First I like the white bottle, it looks cute, but not cheap. The white cream inside is just right of consistency and has a comfortable natural colour. One or two pumps of that is enough to clean my hands. It foams up easily, but also easily to be washed away.
Second I like that the handwash contains jojoba oil. As I know jojoba oil is widely used in many body care products. As a carrier oil it is used to dilute essential oils and absolutes before they are applied to the skin in massage and aromatherapy. Jojoba is growing in drought, high temperatures, harsh desert weather conditions, and can live over 200 years. Jojoba oil is a unique miracle of nature, also known as liquid gold. It is fundamentally different from other all known seed oils. Its components are similar to human sebaceous glands and can easily be absorbed through the skin, as well as to control water loss. Every time after using it I can feel that the creamy texture from the jojoba oil is moisturising my hands. I can feel my hands soft and fresh, even I wash my hands a lot and sometimes forget using hand cream. Also I can smell a light floral scent for quite a bit afterwards.
Last, but not least I like the price. The bottle contains 300ml and can be found in most supermarkets and corner shops. In Sainsbury's it costs £1.63 ,but more often you can get it for £1 or buy 2 for £2. I know there must be better products on market, but I don't think I can find any one at better prices than £1!
This is good for the bathroom and even the kitchen for a quick hand wash. One little drop goes a long way even on extra greasy or dirty hands. I got mine bout two months ago and I still have about a 5th of the hand wash left. I am really impressed. The moisturiser smells nice, therefore leaves you hands smelling nice. As it has moisturiser in it, the hand wash also leaves you hands feeling soft. The hand wash is made from chamonile flowers and jojoba oil.
The hand wash is really thick, white in colour and comes in a thick recyclable plastic bottle with a nozzle on it.
One time I ran out of shower gel and didn't have time to hit the shops, so I used the hand wash as shower gel, it actually created loads of bubbles, and worked well. I did get it into me eye by mistake and I must say it does irritate, however I rinsed it a few times and all was well again.
The hand wash comes in a 300ml bottle and I must say its quiet pricey at around a £1 (average). In some places you will buy it for more or less than a £1. It can be bought from shops such as sainsburys, tescoes, asdas and other supermakets including some local shops.
I definitely recommend this product for those who go for quality as this is quiet an expensive hand wash from a well known brand. The hand wash does it's job and leaves the skin feeling soft and smelling nice for a while. For those on a budget, you might want to look else where.
--Works well as shower gel, for those in desperate need
--Smells good and leaves your hands smelling nice for a long time.
--If you get it into your eye like I did, just rinse it off a few times and all will be well again.
--Can be bought from major supermakets, find it for less than a pound and you've got a right bargain.