Product Type: Radox Hand & Nail Care
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Radox Clean & Moisturise Handwash
Member Name: jo@145
Radox Clean & Moisturise Handwash
Advantages: Cleans and moisturises
Radox, well known for so many years as a product to soak away your aches and pains is now well known for other reasons. They have produced a large range of shower creams and hand wash products and although they basically look alike the fragrance and properties do vary.
I'm just back from holiday and the house we rented had Radox Clean and Moisturise hand wash in several of the bathrooms and toilets. I have had plenty of chances to use it as we had two dogs with us so lots of hand washing!
What is in it?
It is one of their Natural anti-bacterial range and is classed as a caring hand wash. There is a blend of natural herbs and minerals, on the back of the bottle it says there are a few drops of jojoba oil and some chamomile flower oil making a perfect pH balance.
Jojoba oil is used in many cosmetics and now replaces whale oil for many products so is a much friendlier product, it is claimed to be a miracle product in the moisturising field. Chamomile is known to many as a tea and has many properties, but used in hand wash it can help prevent skin irritations and eczema, so this is why it is used in the caring range of hand wash.
What is it like?
The bottle contains 300mls and is in an opaque plastic bottle with a white plastic pump. It is easy to see the level of the hand wash which is white in colour and creamy in consistency. There is a picture of the chamomile flowers on the front which look like big daisies. The bottle itself can be re-cycled but unfortunately not the pump.
What is it like to use?
It squirts out easily, not to thick and not to runny, immediately you start washing your hands the clean, fresh smell reached my nostrils and I felt soothed and calm. It lathered reasonably, but not too many bubbles and left my hands clean and fresh and surprisingly hydrated as they claim. I didn't use hand lotion after washing as I forgot to take it with me! The fragrance although very pleasant wasn't overpowering and I felt happy to prepare food afterwards without worrying I would taint it with perfumed hands. The men folk used it and I didn't hear any complaints so the fragrance wasn't off putting to them I presume!
How much does it cost?
Obviously I didn't buy it, but shall be looking out for an offer in Tesco soon where currently it costs £1.60 and there is a refill costing £1.92 for 500mls. In Asda it is £1 and they have an offer where you can get 4 for £3. Sainsbury's have it on offer at half price - a real bargain at 80p!
Do I recommend it?
Yes, definitely. I do like Radox products and although quite expensive most shops do have offers so it's worth stock piling at cheap prices.
Summary: Good quality hand wash
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