A good day beautiful ladies! here is my Sukin Cleansing Hand Wash Review!
An aromatic cleansing gel perfect for hands prone to dryness and subjected to frequent washing. Contains skin-softening jojoba and avocado oils, soothing aloe vera and skin-healing rosehip oil.
Sukin is an Australian-owned and manufactured natural skincare brand that launched in 2007. Every time I see a product that advertises being free from a list of chemicals, it reminds that me that I should really Google what that precisely means, but then that reminds me that I should really Google whether an Adelaide band called The Beards who only sing songs about beards exists, and then I do that instead (They do).
I’ve been trialling Sukin Cleansing Hand Wash ($7.95 AUD, 250mL), a clear gel hand wash in a plastic pump bottle dispenser. Look. I mean, I feel like most hand washes perform similarly (yes, this product washes my hands), but I do like that SukinCleansing Hand Wash uses natural ingredients, has pretty packaging, is inexpensive, and smells nice. Actually, all Sukin products smell alike, but I can’t particularly put my finger on the exact scent, apart from that it’s almost-floral sweet yet citrus yet herbal.
I can tell I dig Sukin Cleansing Hand Wash on account of I suddenly feel it’s important to wash my hands on an advertised-to, neurotic, germ-phobic suburban housewife scale, even though traditionally I fall into the eh-it’s-good-for-my-immune-system camp. I’m all, I just touched a bug, I should wash my hands (I don’t know why I used that example, I never touch a bug).
I somehow even enjoy the label’s judicious use of the Papyrus font, favoured by self-employed naturopaths everywhere.
Sukin Cleansing Hand Wash is available at selected pharmacies, health food stores and Priceline. I was provided with this product for my consideration as per my Disclosure Policy.