Bath and Body Works Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap  » Cosmetics  »
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  • I love anti-bacterial soap because of the deep cleaning effect and the peace of mind that you are protecting yourself from bacteria, but I usually dislike the scent and the drying effect on my hands
  • Recently, I found a wonderful soap that smells wonderful, cleans very well, and although if you live in a dry climate you will need to use a hand moisturizer, I highly recommend my new find
  • The second feature I noticed right away was that there was an exfoliating effect, with tiny grains, so I took a closer look
  • The pump bottle is convenient to use, and a small amount goes a long way, so at $5 for a 236 ml container, it is not much more expensive than any of the liquid anti-bacterial soaps I have seen, and it seems to clean deeper and it smells much better
  • However, for most people, this won’t be an issue

    • by Jessie Bahrey
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      I love anti-bacterial soap because of the deep cleaning effect and the peace of mind that you are protecting yourself from bacteria, but I usually dislike the scent and the drying effect on my hands. Recently, I found a wonderful soap that smells wonderful, cleans very well, and although if you live in a dry climate you will need to use a hand moisturizer, I highly recommend my new find. While visiting a friend, I used the washroom and washed my hands, and didn’t pay attention until I smelled the great pink grapefruit fragrance of Bath and Body Works Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand

      Soap. I took a closer look at this pump container, and plan to buy it for myself.

      The scent is certainly the first thing you notice when you use this soap. The second feature I noticed right away was that there was an exfoliating effect, with tiny grains, so I took a closer look. There are what the company calls ‘cleansing beads’ and it acts like a scrub on your hands. However, it doesn’t sting or feel too rough, even though I have very dry, sometimes flaking and bleeding skin on my hands, and my skin felt okay, even though it is obviously deep-cleaning.


      • I read the ingredients, and saw that it contains the two germ-killing substances, Ethanol and Triclosan, as well as Vitamins B and E to moisturize skin. I guessed that these vitamins likely kept this soap from being too drying, despite containing the germ-killing ingredients. The moisturizing beads do need to rinse well, but I adore the pink grapefruit scent that appears to linger awhile after washing and drying your hands. The pump bottle is convenient to use, and a small amount goes a long way, so at $5 for a 236 ml container, it is not much more expensive than any of the
        liquid anti-bacterial soaps I have seen, and it seems to clean deeper and it smells much better.

        I would most definitely recommend trying Bath and Body Works Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap for any place in your house that you would normally use anti-bacterial soap. The scent is wonderful, and the beads really clean deeply. The only warning I would add is that if you are living in a very dry climate or if your hands are particularly dry, you will need to use a hand moisturizer at times, or this will be a bit drying. However, for most people, this won’t be an issue.




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