Carex Love Hearts Hand Wash

I never really give much thought when purchasing hand wash – but there are so many choices now that you can really become spoilt. Since discovering there are FUN ways to enjoy your hand wash experience, I opted for something that reflects me. Pink, fun and it smells like sweets? YES PLEASE.


Carex have brought out a Love Hearts Hand wash in conjunction with confectionery giant Swizzels-Matlow. They specialise in retro sweets and this light, sweet combination works very well for hand care. Divinely sweet and soft – this pink bottle is bursting with all the goodness you need. It’s non drying formula makes and wash time fun. Killing up to 99.9% of bacteria, it is dermatologically tested removing all traces of dirt and grime.


You would expect most novelty products to be just that – novelty, but I actually prefer this in it’s pink form. A lot of soaps can be quite drying, but Carex has a comforting silky finish to it which makes me want to keep washing my hands! I look for any excuse.


Best of all, being a lover of Pink, it looks so pretty on the basin against the White interior. Ahh if only all products could look this pretty. I especially love how it looks when it’s foamed up on my hand. Carex have captured the sherbert smell right down to a T, because this smells good enough to eat. Obviously this product is not edible (might be something to tell the kids too) It is so gentle, that it’s even suitable for children, but do reiterate it is not edible.


If you fancy a nostalgic trip down memory lane, then make sure you try this Pink burst of freshness.

Carex Love Hearts Handwash is available to buy right here.


*This post contains PR samples


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