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expatinscotland Tue 16-Sep-08 16:49:02

Especially for sensitive skin, that's not drying.

Preferably cheap, too, and preferably easy to buy in bulk.

Smells nice is a bonus

palaver Tue 16-Sep-08 16:55:49

I like dove, I find most of the others too drying.

palmolive aquarium is OK too

dunno about cheap ones though

expatinscotland Tue 16-Sep-08 17:02:33



am putting together shopping list for last big run across the water before DS arrives.

need to stock up on handwash.

DeJaVous Tue 16-Sep-08 17:04:12

Ecover handwash is good for my sensitive skin, smells of lavender so a love-it-or-hate-it thing.

It's not that cheap, but I find you need to water it down by about 1/3 which sort of makes it cheaper.

palaver Tue 16-Sep-08 17:05:09

I tend to buy it when it is on BOGOF in Tescos

stleger Tue 16-Sep-08 17:17:37

Palmolive with olive milk suits my dd2.

Katiekins83 Tue 16-Sep-08 20:59:24

carex splash is fab...and cheap bought it for Ds but like it myself so started just buying the one rather than us each having on. plus it makes hands realy soft! and doesnt dry your skin!

FourArms Wed 17-Sep-08 12:36:46

Radox 'milky' handwashes. The clear liquids are a bit harsher.

JackieNo Wed 17-Sep-08 12:41:06

Buy one of the ones that foams up the soap, then once you've used the soap in it up, you can refill with a third liquid soap, a third water - makes it go much further. I really like the Ecover one (seems to keep the sink cleaner toohmm), but currently have refilled an old foamer-upper with a Tisserand tea tree and grapefruit hand/body/face wash in.

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