Milton Antibacterial Hand Gel Reviews
Product Type: Milton household products
Description:Manufacturer: Milton / In a handy travel size bottle, the pleasantly scented hand gel has been clinically proven to ... more
Newest Review: ... It works by killing germs, bacteria, fungi and viruses on your hands. This Milton hand gel, I have not noticed before in any ... more
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Customer Milton Antibacterial Hand Gel Reviews (8)
by - written on 21/11/11 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Antibacterial hand gel is something that's always useful to have, well, on hand. I am not one of those people who gets terrified by the mere prospect of touching a public door, and generally I tend to sympathise with the old "peck of dirt" mindset that says that *really excessive and obsessive* cleanliness may do more harm than good, except perhaps for very young children or sick or elderly people. However, there are clearly limits to this philosophy, and in some circumstances - for example when handling food, or in a season like this when colds and sniffles become widespread - there's a good case for having a quick and easy way to give yourself (and those with Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/10, updated on 11/09/10 (Very useful, 139 readings)
PRICE: £1.99 for 100ml at my local village chemist ACTIVE INGREDIENTS:- Ethanol (CAS :64-17-5): 62% wlw. Propanol-2-ol (CAS 67-63-0): 10% wlw. Since having been a bit under the weather recently, I've also had a little bout of neurosis which is thankfully ebbing away as my state of mind is returning to its normal sense of balance. This neurosis has centred around making sure that everything I touch has been treated with anti-bacterial preparations, and this has included being a little obsessive about washing my hands. Not wanting to have to trudge to the bathroom to wash my hands each time I felt they needed a good clean, I invested in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I bought this last year went Swine Flu was constantly in the headlines, and I was fearing for my children's health. At the time my daughters were about 7 or 8 months and 2 ½, so were and still are, in the high risk group. So I bought a bottle of this to have out and about with me, and of course I used it a couple of times, then the novelty wore off and it has been forgotten about in my bag ever since. That is until this week. Since November last year both my children have been ill on and off with various illnesses...sickness bugs, colds, chest infections, colds again, viruses...you name it they seem to have had it (and me too). Then last week I really felt ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/09 (Very useful, 141 readings)
I can't believe how many different types of antibacterial gels I am seeing at checkouts in Boots and other chemists. I heard an assistant saying in Superdrug the other day that they couldn't stock the shelves quickly enough! Thermometers are also selling fast, and there is a general state of panic in the UK regarding Swine Flu, and as a nation we are all in danger of becoming slaves to the bacteria we are trying so hard to avoid. World wide there is also panic. When I arrived in the Maldives this summer I had to complete a detailed medical questionnaire on entry, which was scrutinised by a mask covered clerk, and again in Kefalonia only two weeks ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/12 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I picked up a bottle of this Milton hand gel recently at The Baby Show in Manchester, for just £1. I bought a couple of bottles as I am always loosing hand gels, and I like to have them everywhere, in my car, handbag, drawer at work etc. They are so handy, especially out on the go, before you eat your food to keep germs at bay! Anti bacterial hand gels are essential when out and about these days! I always have one with me for when I have changed my babies nappy, I always use this gel afterwards. It is handy to use before you eat your dinner, or a packet of crisps when out and about. There is no need to find toilets to wash your hands! It works by killing ... Read the complete review
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