Let’s keep your family’s hands clean and fresh by stocking up on our wide range of handwashes. …read moreSee less
Here you’ll find products from the brands you know, love, and trust like Carex, Dettol, Nivea, and Simple. Whatever skin concern you have, we have a hand wash that is gentle on sensitive skin, nourishing to dry hands, while being tough on germs.
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Is there a difference between hand wash and soap bars?
Both are equally effective at getting rid of dirt and bacteria on your hands, it just depends on your preference.
Bar soap usually includes cleaner ingredients that are gentler on your skin, which is important if you suffer from allergies or sensitivity - but if you’re worried about contamination or are sharing it with lots of people, liquid soap is your best option.
What hand wash is best for sensitive skin?
Even a simple task like hand washing can be difficult for those who have sensitive skin.
Look for a hand wash that’s marketed with your sensitive skin in mind - these products tend to use gentle ingredients that won’t dry out or irritate your skin.
Avoid products with fragrance, alcohol, sulphates and dyes and look for a product that moisturises your hands while cleaning them.
Products that contain essential oils and calming ingredients like aloe vera can benefit your sensitive skin and prevent it from becoming irritated.
Can I use an emollient in place of soaps?
Some emollients can be used as cleansers, either for their hands or as body washes in the bath or shower.
This helps them to avoid using soaps, which can aggravate some dry skin conditions such as eczema or dermatitis.
There are also some emollients that can be used in your bath water in place of bubble baths, bath salts, or other products so you can protect your sensitive skin there too.
However, if you do choose to use an emollient in the bath or shower, bear in mind that it can make your bath or shower slippery.
You should take extra care not to slip after using an emollient bathing product and should clean your bath or shower properly afterwards to help to prevent yourself or others from falling.
Can I wash my face with hand wash?
You can if you have nothing else available, but washing your face with hand soap shouldn’t be your go-to option.
Hand soap can include harsh chemicals to remove the dirt and bacteria on your hands, which may strip your face of its natural moisture and dry out your skin.
It may also cause inflammation and reduce the amount of elastin in your face.