Product Type: Radox Hand & Nail Care
Newest Review: ... to stock up on some handwash for the bathroom... again and I spotted that the Radox line was on special offer at the great price of £1 fo... more
Radox Handwash Replenish
Member Name: freud
Radox Handwash Replenish
Advantages: looks attractive, easy to use, cleans & moisturises hands
Disadvantages: can be expensive if you don't see it on offer
I always buy handwashes to keep by the sinks/ handwash basins around the house so I keep an eye out for good-value yet good-quality ones as I've always been disappointed with cheapo ones.
We've used Radox bath products for years so when I saw their handwashes recently on a bogof offer in Tesco I decided to try their handwash for a change.
The 2 x 300ml pump action bottles cost £1.69 & look exactly as they do in the picture and being a neutral (peach) colour they suit our kitchen & bathrooms.
I always have problems getting pump actions to work initially but this one is fine - didn't have to ask for help getting it started for once!
The handwash itself is quite thick & luxurious & has a lovely peachy smell which isn't overpowering yet very pleasant. I found you only need to use 1 squirt to give the hands a real good clean so it should work out to be quite economical.
I like the way it doesn't go gloopy in the bottle & the fact that it doesn't drip - one of my pet hates is clearing up 'old' handwash from around the washbasin. It's good to know that the bottle itself can be recycled (although the pump can't be).
When using the handwash you get a bit of a lather but it's the creaminess that you really notice & even when the hands are rinsed they feel soft & moisturised & it doesn't leave any residue on the skin.
The handwash is dermatologically tested & contains moisturiser plus vitamin E which seem to help make the hands feel not only clean but feel softer after use than many others I've tried.
The other good thing about this Radox handwash is that it doesn't smell too 'girly' so can be used by everyone in the family plus visitors.
I'd definitely buy more if I see it on offer but not sure I'd pay the full RRP - I'm not mean, just careful lol!
Summary: well worth a try
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