Cath Kidston Hand Sanitiser - Guards, 31g
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- No parabens and sulphates, not tested on animals
- Rinse-free, moisturising hand sanitiser
- Kills 99.99% of germs
- Fragranced with zesty grapefruit, green leaves, matcha tea and soft blossoms
- Great companions for every Cath Kidston hand bag, tote or pocket
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A moisturizing hand sanitizer fragranced with zesty grapefruit, green leaves, matcha tea and soft blossoms that includes Vitamin E and glycerin to leave hands, clean, soft and scented.
Water (Aqua), Alcohol Denat., Propylene Glycol, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Glycerin, Fragrance(Parfum), Cetylpyridinium Chloride, Chlorphenesin, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract Tocopheryl Acetate, Limonene, Citronellol, Geraniol.
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This is both a moisturiser and a hand sanitiser. It’s a spray sanitiser, so it’s easy to use, and like all sanitizers it says it kills 99.99% of germs.
The main container is made out of plastic. The colourful design is of the Queens guardsmen, (reminds me of Buckingham Palace and London).
The fragrance includes zesty grapefruit, green leaves, and matcha tea and soft blossoms and includes Vitamin E and glycerine to leave hands, clean and soft, (it does leave your hands soft). It’s only a slight fragrance and doesn’t last long.
It’s a nice travel size, so it will easily slip into a handbag, purse or pocket.
To be truthful I was shocked to see how small it was for the price, as that’s not going to last me on a week’s holiday let alone two weeks. In fact, I’d say the 15ml would most likely only last a long weekend break.
I’d much rather have the gel then a spray, (I always carry a small 100ml in my handbag).
It would make a nice quirky gift for someone, especially if you’d been to London and couldn’t find anything whilst you were there.
Personally, I feel it's a little expensive for what it is and that's why I'm giving it 4 stars.
I don't expect 15ml will last long, but this is easy and discrete to slip into a pocket or bag.
This is a compact container containing just 15ml of very nice smelling, watery hand sanitiser.
Rather than the gels we're familiar with, this liquid is dispensed in a fine spray.
Then, after one has had the opportunity of flashing the branded, overpriced container a few times.. it's off to landfill.
The actual sanitiser is very nice but that kind of thing is obviously available in a better contents to landfill ratio.. even the most brand aware could consider something like this alternative: Orla Kiely Geranium Hand Sanitiser 50ml.
Still, this Cath Kidston version will suffice if you really need something compact enough for a shirt or back pocket, as it's only the size of a Nice biscuit.
This also sprays a good amount on your hands- often with the gel you end of with too much, with this one, 2 sprays is perfect.
It’s also is a small compact size for slipping into a pocket or handbag and is so slimline, no one would know.
This is a light spray and is much, much better than a gel.
A good little size for a handbag - I do not know of course how long it will last - but I am very pleased with this.