Hand Soap Picks and How to Wash Your Hands Properly

The best hand soap is probably something you’ve been thinking about a lot lately, since the spread of the Coronavirus. At first, it sounded funny for people when governments in all countries have announced that washing your hands frequently was the first thing to do. Well, washing your hands is always so important but I am sure you’ve been washing your hands like crazy for the past 2 months now. In order to prevent the bacterias from transmission, we need to wash our hands very often for at least 20 seconds.

But, what kind of soaps shall we use? This is very important as washing your hands often can dry your skin out. We are a big family and we go over hand soaps very easily so I managed to try quite few of the different ones and already have my favourites.

First one is this Vivian Gray Vivanel Prestige Neroli & Ginger cream soap. I do like cream soaps in general, especially this one really nourishes your skin. The bottle looks really luxurious and smells really nice, rich and fresh too. It will make a decoration too for any bathroom. I love the fact that smell stays on my hands until I was them again. It really is a great product. 

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Second one in my list is Baylis & Harding hand soap, I have tried almost all soaps from this brand and they are one of my absolute favourites. This time my choice is with their Jojoba, Vanilla & Almond oil moisturising hand wash. This is also more like a creamy texture so better to apply on wet hands and massage it gently. This product is is paraben free and not tested on animals.

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I also really like the SpiriTime soaps. The rich formula with almond oil nourishes and regenerates your hands. The product does not contain parabens, silicones, paraffin or mineral oils; it cares gently for the hands and prevents them from drying out. This gentle liquid soap protects your hands from drying out and refreshes them pleasantly. Natural extracts of raspberry, mango and mandarin orange have an antioxidant effect and give your skin vitality. Use Fruity Time liquid soap to keep your hands silky soft and perfumed with a fresh and fruity scent.

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I also encourage my girls to wash their hands often and this product from Baylis & Harding Kids set has really helped me to get them into hand washing. This is a set of kids seven mini bottles of soaps, each of them have week days on them so now girls use the different ones every day. All soaps are really foamy and bubbly which girls really enjoy 🙂 It has a no tears formulation and a delicate, allergen free fragrance for good clean bath time fun. They sing a ”happy birthday song” few times while washing hands and are really enjoying the process. I highly recommend it to all parents to help them with teaching kids how to wash their hands.

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I know you guys already know this, but you can help yourself and your loved ones stay healthy by washing your hands often, especially during these key times when you are likely to get and spread germs:

  • Before, during, and after preparing food
  • Before eating food
  • Before and after caring for someone at home who is sick with vomiting or diarrhea
  • Before and after treating a cut or wound
  • After using the toilet
  • After changing diapers or cleaning up a child who has used the toilet
  • After blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing
  • After touching an animal, animal feed, or animal waste
  • After handling pet food or pet treats
  • After touching garbage

So what do you guys think? have you tried any of these soaps yet?

Stay safe and stay healthy!

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