Lanolips Antibacterial Hand Cream
I’m a huge fan of Lanolips – I cannot tell you how many tubes I have of the Lanolips Balm (okay, it’s about 12) because it’s in daily use, come what may. So a new Lanolips product is definitely exciting in my book!
A common issue with antibacterial products is that they’re drying – and when you use them often, then you’ll inevitably end up with dry hands that need conditioning and hydrating. So it’s more than handy (see what I did there) that all the antibacterial protection that you need comes in a Lanolips hand cream that provides exactly that – hydrating and conditioning – as well as antibac protection.
Lanolips Antibacterial Hand Cream doesn’t have that antibac smell either – it smells quite mildly of pine and contains no Triclosan or alcohol – both common ingredients in antibacs. If you’re wondering what does the germ killing, it’s Benzalkonium Chloride which has been safely used in healthcare products for years.
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It just makes much more sense to me to kill germs with something that hydrates rather than something that dehydrates and it’s simple enough to chuck in your bag just in case. I tend to use antibac wipes or gels when I’ve been on the train or the tube – I’m not particularly a germophobe at home – I want to bring home my shopping, not flu!
Lanolips Antibacterial Hand Cream launches in May for £8.99. Keep an eye out on VictoriaHealth and Boots.
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