Simple Vitamin Moisturising Hand Wash Reviews
Product Type: Simple Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: Simple / Type: Hand Wash / Subcategory: Moisturiser / Suitable for: Hand / What it does: Moisturizes,
Newest Review: ... placed in the upstairs bathroom, and the majority of the traffic goes in and out of the downstairs toilet. Simple as a ... more
by - written on 04/09/07 (Very useful, 128 readings)
- Price and Packaging - This retails in Tesco and Morrisons for £1.89 for a 250ml bottle but I got a good deal at my local Morrisons when there was a recent BOGOF offer. Normally I wouldn't pay that amount for a hand wash as I ALWAYS buy them when on special offer. The bottle is clear so that you can see how much is left and when to replenish. It looks fairly ok on the sink, no need to purchase a soap dispenser which I have used when I have opted for cheaper products to pretend that I haven't! Like most Simple products, the packaging is very simple and understated which is fine by me! The top of the bottle has a transparent ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/14 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Handwashing is not only a routine but a necessity in our house. We're all aware of the need to wash our hands to ensure they're clean, that we don't pass nasty bugs, germs and bacteria to each other and to objects. More so with young children, who naturally seem to have the ability to test us parents with the three P's (puke, pee and pooh ) down to a fine art. Not to mention the usual coughs, colds, and flus they pass round. So when my previous handwash had finished, I ordered this one from Tesco.com at a cost of £1.00 for a 250ml bottle. Why did I buy this? I wasn't planning on making a physical shopping trip within a certain time ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/09 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Having previously praised the effectiveness and sweet smell of dove handwashes in a previous review, I had vowed that I would not consider another handwash, especially since Tesco own brands do not agree with my sensitive skin. However, on a trip to tesco, I was planning to pick up several more dove handwashes that were on offer at the time. Being a late Friday afternoon, I found that all the dove handwashes were wiped completely from the shelf, obviously due to competitive offer. I knew I needed another handwash, so started browsing some of the other brands, avoiding Tesco own. I soon spotted this Simple Moisturising Handwash, which was a little pricier ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I bought this handwash simply (ha) because I get quite bad excema on my hands when using pretty much any kind of product (handwash, soap, shower gel, bath foam) etc etc. Having been unable to use the handwash we usually buy (as we were unable to find one that didn't make my hands ill) when I came across this product in the pound shop (yes, the pound shop, £1, hurrah for cheapiness) I decided to give it a try. Most of my skin care products are in the simple range so i felt sure it wouldn't have an adverse effect on my skin. I was right. The hand wash comes in a smart clear pump action dispenser bottle, emblazoned with the standard Simple logo, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/08 (Very useful, 119 readings)
I'm afraid I'm not very loyal to any brand of handwash - I always shop around for the best deal on those that look nice especially when trying to save on my weekly shop. We use a lot of handwash as there is a bottle in the donstairs loo, the kitchen & 2 upstair bathrooms so I tend to look around for offers & bogofs! I saw an offer on tesco.com for simple moisturising handwash which seemed too good to miss so I thought we could try it out. According to tesco the normal selling price for 250ml is £1.98 but the offer was 2 for £2. The bottle is quite attractive - clear plastic with white handwash - a change from the usual ... Read the complete review
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Dove Cream Wash - moisturise your hands cost a bit more
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