Review: Cuticura Hand washes and Anti-Bacterial Gels

Winter is here and its the time of year that even more nasty germs are about! 
Cuticura sent us a pack of their anti bacterial hand hygiene range of products to review that will protect
us against the spread of germs. 

It's important to wash your hands frequently as its so easy pass on nasty germs. 
I always make sure that I wash my hands after going to the toilet, before eating, before handling food, after handling animals and  after blowing my nose. 

According to a survey by Cuticura, 1 in 5 Brits don’t wash their hands after using the toilet and 1 in 10 simply rinse their fingers with water. But did you know that it actually takes 20 seconds of washing with soap to effectively clean hands? 

I am a little OCD about cleaning my hands and have always carried around 
some anti-bacterial gel in my handbag for when I'm out and about. 

I received:
Anti Bacterial Hand Gel: Passion Flower & Mango
Anti Bacterial Gel: Cucumber and Garden Mint
Anti Bacterial Hand Serum
Anti Bacterial Hand Wash: Black Pepper and Pomegranate
Anti Bacterial Hand Wash: Ginger and Manuka Honey
Anti Bacterial Hand Wash: Lime and Bamboo

The Anti-Bacterial Hand Gels have come in very handy as I had just ran out 
when they had arrived so great timing! 
I love that I was sent two different scented ones as most
hand gels I have used in the past are either not scented or just cucumber
so I think its great they have such a broad range. 

The Hand Serum is just as fab as the gels and I love that its within a pump
form so I know how much I am putting on my hands as I do with gels sometimes end up using a
bit too much! 

The Anti-Bacterial hand washes are fab too with such lovely scents which make my hands
feel fresh, clean and soft protecting me from germs at the same time. 

- Long lasting protection 
- Kills 99.9 % of bacteria 
 - Available in a range of scents
- Natural extracts 
- a little goes a long way 

- None 

A great range of anti-bacterial products  that has long lasting protection.

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