We are all washing our hands many more times a day right now, and our hands are definitely not loving it which is where the Sanctuary Spa Hand Care and Protection Collection comes in.
Sanctuary Spa Hand Care and Protection Collection
The Sanctuary Spa Hand Cream is available in multiple sizes; a 30ml miniature size, a 75ml larger size and you can also get a larger pump bottle as part of their gifting range too. It’s a luxurious hand moisturiser which is lightly fragranced with the brand’s iconic floriental fragrance.
Their rich and creamy hand cream features a blend of shea butter and sweet almond oil to quickly absorb into the hands, leaving them instantly soft, smooth and hydrated. It’s a really lovely lightweight handcream that does absorb instantly, and it leaves my hands smelling amazing for a couple of hours after use.
The first of the two new launches within the Sanctuary Spa Hand Care and Protection Collection is the Sanctuary Spa Antibacterial Hand Gel which is £4 and contains 100ml of product. Described as being a convenient, on-the-go antibacterial hand gel that has a non-sticky, rinse-free quick dry formula.
It claims to kill 99.99% of germs thanks to 70% alcohol content, and is a clear gel. It is a scented hand gel, and it’s quite strongly scented too. You’re going to need to like the Sanctuary Spa fragrance as the scent is going to linger and be quite strong for some time after use.
I think it’s possibly strongly scented to mask the typical alcohol scent you get with most alcohol based hand gels. I like the scent, but it is one of the strongest scented hand gels I’ve tried, but it’s also one of the gentlest formulas too, as it leaves my hands feels soft, smooth and protected.
The last product in the Sanctuary Spa Hand Care and Protection Collection is the one I was most looking forward to trying. It’s the Sanctuary Spa Antibacterial Hand Gel Spray £5 for 100ml, and is an aerosol can, which I’ve never seen as a delivery method of an antibacterial hand gel before.
It’s described as having a lighter formula than the gel, offering faster absorption with a light fragrance and doesn’t over dry the hands. It still contains 70% alcohol content so it protects the same 99.9% of bacteria, and claims to protect your skin barrier with a fine mist of moisturisation.
I personally prefer the gel as you can control where it goes a little better, and dispense exactly how much product you need, but if you fancy trying something a little more unique, this spray version is available right now alongside the hand cream and original gel formula.
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