Sanitising Hand Wash, Lime and Aloe Vera (500ml)

Lime & Aloe Vera: a refreshingly fruity, fabulous combination, we think you’ll agree.

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Lime & Aloe Vera: a refreshingly fruity, fabulous combination, we think you’ll agree.

Not only is this the hand wash equivalent of a dip in the ocean on a summer’s day, but the fact-acting favourite is tested to BSEN1276 (food grade standard) – it kills 99.9% of harmful bacteria including e-coli, salmonella and MRSA. It’s also 100% hypoallergenic, so it’s ultra-gentle on skin.
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Usage Information Wet hands and apply one pump of soap. Wash hands for a minimum of 15 seconds, and then rinse with clean warm water.
Ingredients Above 30%: Anionic Surfactant. Below 5%Nonionic Surfactant, Sodium Chloride, Citric Acid, Lactic Acid, Citrus Aurantifolia oil, Aloe Barbadensis.
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Nice product
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Good quality hand wash and a lovely fresh smell to it. Vegan and all environmentally friendly packaging too so its a win all round. Large bottle so will last a while too only thing to be cautious of is the pump is one of those that are quite large which means you can go through the bottle quite quickly if you are not too careful. Review by Gogol (Posted on 05/04/2017)
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Good product Review by Karenza54 (Posted on 05/04/2017)
Sublime Lime!
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Anything that gets my stinky boy to wash his hands is a godsend in my mind, and this does just that! Aside from the lovely lime smell which we both like, it is beautifully natural, which was my main priority. It is also thick enough that you can dilute it if you want to. As for myself, I do wash my hands often and over time, it can be a little drying unless you apply handcream once in a while. Despite this, I love the product and is one of my favourite natural items, along with organic coconut oil - both are very versatile. I now order the 5L tub which saves a lot of money and lasts us a good few months.

As a side note, I'm just wondering if anyone knows of any reason why this can't be used for washing the dishes? In comparison to the Bio-D washing up liquid, there are only a couple more ingredients added (citrus and aloe)?
Review by The Lady Reviewer (Posted on 05/04/2017)
My Favourite Product
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I just love this hand wash. I raw feed and so I'm constantly washing my hands and need it to be sanitising as well. Conventional hand washes always leave my hands dry (we're not in a hard water area) but this doesn't. It's safe to use as many times as you want and seems to do the sanitising trick - I couldn't be without it now. Oh, and I LOVE this smell ❤ Review by Shannon (Posted on 22/03/2017)
New favourite
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This brand has now replaced Dr. Bronner's as my favourite. At least on this side of the Ocean. The smell is amazing, so fresh and uplifting and I use it to wash my hands as well as makeup brushes and sponges! Bless the day I first bought it! Review by Lady Green Sleeves (Posted on 17/01/2017)
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What we leave out

Based on well-documented findings in Canada, USA, Belgium, Scandinavia and other parts of Western Europe, we DO NOT USE any of the following ingredients.

Phosphates: Used as water softeners and to improve cleaning, they can stimulate excessive growth of algae in the receiving waters. These algae often grow in such great numbers that the water becomes starved of oxygen, killing fish and plant life. This condition is known as eutrophication and exists in Lake Erie, North America. Lake Erie is practically devoid of all marine life.

E.D.T.A. (Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid): This is sometimes used as a substitute for, but also in addition to, phosphates. It is a sequestering agent that attracts heavy metals such as lead and mercury, both of which have known carcinogenic properties. These heavy metals can eventually find their way back into water supplies and are extremely difficult to remove completely.

Enzymes: Enzymes are present in all living organisms. They can and do cause severe skin irritations and asthma attacks. In the manufacturing process, enzymes can be genetically engineered and have been known to cause pulmonary haemorrhaging.

Optical Brighteners: Used in Laundry products to give an illusion of "whiteness", they attach themselves to fabric to reflect "White Light". Clothes only appear cleaner. Optical Brighteners are extremely difficult to biodegrade and can cause severe skin irritation. They can also cause mutations to microorganisms in receiving waters.

Chlorine Bleaches: These are contained in conventional Toilet Cleaners, Sanitizers, Nappy Powders, Washing Powders and Dishwasher Detergents. During the breakdown of these types of bleach carcinogenic, toxic substances are formed,which are akin to the banned pesticide D.D.T.

Petroleum-derived Additives: Most conventional household cleaners contain petroleum-derived additives and detergents. These often break down incompletely and contain toxic impurities that are highly irritant, cause allergic reactions and can endanger plant and animal life.

In addition to the ingredients listed above, the following ingredients are found in the majority of conventional, propriety brands of Soaps, Toiletries and Cosmetics.

Chemical Plasticisers: Added to soaps to make them more malleable and easier to machine mould.

Formaldehyde: Traditionally used to preserve corpses, formaldehyde is used to prolong the life of many conventional products!

Glycerin or Glycerine: Unless specifically stated that it is from a vegetable source, glycerin or glycerine will be obtained from the rendered carcases of dead animals.

Lanolin: Extracted from the processed wool from both dead and live animals.

Sodium Tallowate: Made from water, caustic soda and the rendered fat from dead animals.

Synthetic Dyes: Make finished products more visually appealing.

Synthetic Perfumes: Cheap substitutes for natural oils and essences.

Titanium Dioxide: A colouring agent that enhances the opacity of products to make them look uniformly clearer. Causes pollution in water courses

You do not need to use products containing these noxious ingredients. Use Bio-D products.