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Pears Oil Clear Bar Soap 125g BOGOF £0.99 @ Superdrug

£0.99 @ Superdrug
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#1
posted few days ago
#2
Good find!
1 Like #3
Good buy, for my kids aged 23 & 25 who have eczema. Heat.
#4
iOS
#5
Oos even!
#6
Thanks for posting.
#7
eljoeyo
Oos even!
Says instore only on the details of the deal.
5 Likes #8
Boycotting Pears for Human's Right Abuses 200 years ago, http://thoughtcatalog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/vintage-ads-livejournal-com.jpeg?w=1140&h=1694
#9
Posted more then once before

what makes this soap so special? Never tried it.
2 Likes #10
I can feel a political debate coming on. :)
#11
it's a nice lubricant for special times if you are single
1 Like #12
powa_s
Posted more then once before

what makes this soap so special? Never tried it.

It doesn't lather much but gives a different feeling of cleanliness, hard to describe. I find it tightens the skin in a good way & reduces blemishes after a hot shower. Quite prefer it over the normal soap bars.
#13
people still use soap bar these days?
2 Likes #14
lehappymerchant
people still use soap bar these days?


Naahhhh, not any more, that is why the shops still sell it oO
#15
Nicolas
it's a nice lubricant for special times if you are single
does it not sting?
#16
geordie7
lehappymerchant
people still use soap bar these days?


Naahhhh, not any more, that is why the shops still sell it oO

Honestly, I don't mean to trigger anyone's OCD, but if you're going to wash your hands, why would you rub them on something which everyone has touched when their hands are dirty?

A soap dispenser makes far more sense.
2 Likes #17
lehappymerchant
geordie7
lehappymerchant
people still use soap bar these days?


Naahhhh, not any more, that is why the shops still sell it oO

Honestly, I don't mean to trigger anyone's OCD, but if you're going to wash your hands, why would you rub them on something which everyone has touched when their hands are dirty?

A soap dispenser makes far more sense.


So you can touch a dirty dispenser instead? :D
#18
very gd
#19
Is this clear bar scented?
1 Like #20
lehappymerchant
geordie7
lehappymerchant
people still use soap bar these days?


Naahhhh, not any more, that is why the shops still sell it oO

Honestly, I don't mean to trigger anyone's OCD, but if you're going to wash your hands, why would you rub them on something which everyone has touched when their hands are dirty?

A soap dispenser makes far more sense.
you still have to press the top of it of which everyone else has also touched.
#21
Nicolas
it's a nice lubricant for special times if you are single

Ew.
#22
its made in India
#23
has to be best quality
#24
to be exported
#25
to be exported outside of india
#26
Its made in India cos its cheap to do so!
#27
Its sold costlier in india.. Do the people have more money there.. Let's rib them again
#28
palaash78
Its sold costlier in india.. Do the people have more money there.. Let's rib them again


ERM...I'm talking about cheaper production methods than uk. No idea what set you off!!
1 Like #29
does it not sting?
t depends on how far you push it in.
#30
lehappymerchant
geordie7
lehappymerchant
people still use soap bar these days?


Naahhhh, not any more, that is why the shops still sell it oO

Honestly, I don't mean to trigger anyone's OCD, but if you're going to wash your hands, why would you rub them on something which everyone has touched when their hands are dirty?

A soap dispenser makes far more sense.

I am studying microbiology at uni and swabbed the soap dispenser to see what was lurking on there. You do not want to imagine what sort of disgusting bacteria that grew as a result.

Absolutely stunk the lab out for the 3 days it was incubated too.


Edited By: Miss MellyG on Dec 14, 2014 20:20
#31
Miss MellyG
lehappymerchant
geordie7
lehappymerchant
people still use soap bar these days?


Naahhhh, not any more, that is why the shops still sell it oO

Honestly, I don't mean to trigger anyone's OCD, but if you're going to wash your hands, why would you rub them on something which everyone has touched when their hands are dirty?

A soap dispenser makes far more sense.

I am studying microbiology at uni and swabbed the soap dispenser to see what was lurking on there. You do not want to imagine what sort of disgusting bacteria that grew on there. As well as fecal matter.

Absolutely stunk the lab out for the 3 days it was incubated too.

As a layman, I don't understand how bacteria gets inside those hand wash dispenser? (if that is what you are referring to)

at least it should be no worse than those soap bars which everyone touches with dirty hands
#32
lehappymerchant
Miss MellyG
lehappymerchant
geordie7
lehappymerchant
people still use soap bar these days?


Naahhhh, not any more, that is why the shops still sell it oO

Honestly, I don't mean to trigger anyone's OCD, but if you're going to wash your hands, why would you rub them on something which everyone has touched when their hands are dirty?

A soap dispenser makes far more sense.

I am studying microbiology at uni and swabbed the soap dispenser to see what was lurking on there. You do not want to imagine what sort of disgusting bacteria that grew on there. As well as fecal matter.

Absolutely stunk the lab out for the 3 days it was incubated too.

As a layman, I don't understand how bacteria gets inside those hand wash dispenser? (if that is what you are referring to)

at least it should be no worse than those soap bars which everyone touches with dirty hands

I swabbed one of the dispensers that you push with your palm and the soap falls onto your fingers underneath. I swabbed the bit where your palm touches. It doesn't take much to get bacteria on it. For example.. It takes 10 sheets of single ply toilet paper for you to not get faeces on your fingers when you wipe.
I doubt everybody uses this much paper.
Can imagine the bar soap is just as minging as the dispenser, however the soap would be able to kill some bacteria, the dispenser wouldn't.
#33
Miss MellyG
lehappymerchant
Miss MellyG
lehappymerchant
geordie7
lehappymerchant
people still use soap bar these days?


Naahhhh, not any more, that is why the shops still sell it oO

Honestly, I don't mean to trigger anyone's OCD, but if you're going to wash your hands, why would you rub them on something which everyone has touched when their hands are dirty?

A soap dispenser makes far more sense.

I am studying microbiology at uni and swabbed the soap dispenser to see what was lurking on there. You do not want to imagine what sort of disgusting bacteria that grew on there. As well as fecal matter.

Absolutely stunk the lab out for the 3 days it was incubated too.

As a layman, I don't understand how bacteria gets inside those hand wash dispenser? (if that is what you are referring to)

at least it should be no worse than those soap bars which everyone touches with dirty hands

I swabbed one of the dispensers that you push with your palm and the soap falls onto your fingers underneath. I swabbed the bit where your palm touches. It doesn't take much to get bacteria on it. For example.. It takes 10 sheets of single ply toilet paper for you to not get faeces on your fingers when you wipe.
I doubt everybody uses this much paper.
Can imagine the bar soap is just as minging as the dispenser, however the soap would be able to kill some bacteria, the dispenser wouldn't.

Best try not to think of it.
#34
What happened years ago, when the toilet was a hole in the ground?
Scientists eh? Lol.
#35
dijay94
Boycotting Pears for Human's Right Abuses 200 years ago, http://thoughtcatalog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/vintage-ads-livejournal-com.jpeg?w=1140&h=1694

What did they do? The poster suggests washing dirty people.
1 Like #36
Michelle41
What happened years ago, when the toilet was a hole in the ground?
Scientists eh? Lol.
You ate food with your right hand and wiped with your left or dung hand as the Arabs call it.Being left handed I have to try really hard to remember this when visiting some countries to avoid causing offence
#37
Surely if u used a dispenser the contents would wash your hands killing certain amount of bacteria, the tap handle would then contaminate your hand with more bacteria, unless u turn the tap off with a paper towel
2 Likes #38
nickhale756
Michelle41
What happened years ago, when the toilet was a hole in the ground?
Scientists eh? Lol.
You ate food with your right hand and wiped with your left or dung hand as the Arabs call it.Being left handed I have to try really hard to remember this when visiting some countries to avoid causing offence

You wipe your **** in front of others?
#39
Gollywood
nickhale756
Michelle41
What happened years ago, when the toilet was a hole in the ground?
Scientists eh? Lol.
You ate food with your right hand and wiped with your left or dung hand as the Arabs call it.Being left handed I have to try really hard to remember this when visiting some countries to avoid causing offence

You wipe your **** in front of others?

Belter! :D
#40
Miss MellyG
lehappymerchant
Miss MellyG
lehappymerchant
geordie7
lehappymerchant
people still use soap bar these days?


Naahhhh, not any more, that is why the shops still sell it oO

Honestly, I don't mean to trigger anyone's OCD, but if you're going to wash your hands, why would you rub them on something which everyone has touched when their hands are dirty?

A soap dispenser makes far more sense.

I am studying microbiology at uni and swabbed the soap dispenser to see what was lurking on there. You do not want to imagine what sort of disgusting bacteria that grew on there. As well as fecal matter.

Absolutely stunk the lab out for the 3 days it was incubated too.

As a layman, I don't understand how bacteria gets inside those hand wash dispenser? (if that is what you are referring to)

at least it should be no worse than those soap bars which everyone touches with dirty hands

I swabbed one of the dispensers that you push with your palm and the soap falls onto your fingers underneath. I swabbed the bit where your palm touches. It doesn't take much to get bacteria on it. For example.. It takes 10 sheets of single ply toilet paper for you to not get faeces on your fingers when you wipe.
I doubt everybody uses this much paper.
Can imagine the bar soap is just as minging as the dispenser, however the soap would be able to kill some bacteria, the dispenser wouldn't.

I don't understand, you swabbed the bit of the dispenser where you press to get the soap out, right?

Well if thats got bacteria and it transferred onto your hands, surely they will be killed as you wash your hands with the soap?

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