It takes more than just water to keep your hands clean and get rid of any dirt or bacteria. So, why not invest in a deliciously scented hand wash, soap, or spray? Keeping your hands clean with a good hand wash is a simple and effective way to help prevent the spread of germs and bacteria.
At Holland & Barrett, our wide range of hand wash will help keep you and your family hygienic and healthy with various scents and formulas. From anti-bacterial hand sanitiser and foamy liquid soap to classic soap bars, we have everything your bathroom could need.
With a deliciously tropical coconut scent and a creamy texture, the Faith in Nature Coconut Hand Wash makes a great addition to any bathroom sink. Containing coconut oil that is delicately blended with glycerine and vitamin E, this fruity handwash is a more cost-effective choice too. You can also buy a 5-litre refill, so you can keep using your bottle time and time again.
Your children have delicate skin, so making sure you use a gentle, moisturising handwash is important. We love the Child’s Farm Grapefruit & Tea Tree hand wash for a super nourishing way to keep your little one’s hands clean.
Keep your hands sanitised on the go with Dr Bronner's Lavender Hand Hygiene Spray, a simple spray that you can throw in your bag to use on the go when water and soap aren’t available. It can even be used as an air freshener, simply spritz it into the air to enjoy its delightful lavender scent.
It’s important to take care of your skin after washing, and you shouldn’t forget your hands! Treat them to luxurious hand cream or rich lotion after washing to keep them moisturised, soft and supple.
Believe it or not, there’s more to washing your hands than giving them a quick rinse with a bit of soap and water. Instead, follow these 6 easy hand-washing steps:
You should make sure that you scrub your hands for a minimum of 20 seconds – if you need a timer, try singing or humming one round of “Happy Birthday”!
It's especially important to wash your hands properly if they’re visibly dirty, before eating, after using the restroom, after touching animals, and after coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose. By practising good hand hygiene, you can help protect yourself and those around you from illness.
Using a bar of soap is easy and pretty much the same as using liquid soap. Simply wet your hands using clean water and rub the soap bar over your hands to create a lather. After 20 seconds, rinse off the soap lather well and dry your hands.