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Carex Advanced Protect Moisturising Antibacterial Hand Wash 250Ml 95p @ Tesco (Min basket £40 + up to £4 delivery)
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Carex Advanced Protect Moisturising Antibacterial Hand Wash 250Ml 95p @ Tesco (Min basket £40 + up to £4 delivery)

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Posted 6th Apr

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Important. This deal is not a guarantee there will be any stock in the store, so please don’t make a trip you wouldn’t have made otherwise just for this item, especially as it is a ‘luxury grocery’ rather than something essential - we should all limit our time out of our houses to help slow the spread. Please shop responsibly

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Carex Advanced Protect Moisturising Antibacterial Hand Wash comes with our advanced protect formulation. Expertly developed to enhance your skin's natural barrier for extra reassurance with 3 hour protection between washes.

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  • 3 Hour Protection
  • Antibacterial hand wash
  • Odour Neutralisers
  • With added moisturisers
  • Dermatologically tested by experts

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Just for information, anti bacterial does not mean anti viral.
During this downtime folks please study the difference between virus and bacteria. It may aid when shopping....
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Voted hot, same price at Asda if you have one nearby.
More soap deals!!
99p at savers, plenty stock in kings heath. 1 per customer
Just for information, anti bacterial does not mean anti viral.
Excellent
During this downtime folks please study the difference between virus and bacteria. It may aid when shopping....
93p in Superdrug
Cheaper elsewhere and not a chance anyone will find a delivery slot even if you have a saver plan
You are better off buying a bottle of fairy washing up liquid.

Anti bacterial soap has no advantage in regards to COVID19!
These are always around 85-99p so where’s the deal? More Tesco nonsense!
ScorchingHot06/04/2020 09:18

These are always around 85-99p so where’s the deal? More Tesco nonsense!


The deal is you can't find them. It took me 3 trips to Asda to get some, this was before we were asked to self isolate.
sheffield78806/04/2020 09:34

The deal is you can't find them. It took me 3 trips to Asda to get some, …The deal is you can't find them. It took me 3 trips to Asda to get some, this was before we were asked to self isolate.


I got some from Wilkinson’s a couple of days ago for 85p each... standard price, standard product.
Quick note: soap is soap. Antibacterial or not, it doesn’t really make a difference. It’s the detergent effect that destroys viral and bacterial membranes/protein coat. Please save your money.
Edited by: "australopithecus" 6th Apr
ScorchingHot06/04/2020 09:44

I got some from Wilkinson’s a couple of days ago for 85p each... standard p …I got some from Wilkinson’s a couple of days ago for 85p each... standard price, standard product.


Yes, you've got some, but i could not find any for weeks. Sharing here means people know this is available at Tesco and they don't hang around from shop to shop to find one, when they should self isolate.
The offers on at tesco. Does this include tesco express
badgerpelt06/04/2020 02:25

Just for information, anti bacterial does not mean anti viral.


True! But the advice pretty much everywhere is to wash our hands as often as possible. Soap does not have alcohol, but the soap should do something, probably better than nothing if we are told to wash our hands or have a shower when we get in the house.
Cold because like me, you'll order it and it will be oos
so I actually got 2 of these in the boot of my car and I am considering whether I should return them?

It does not say anywhere on this product that it kills 99.9% of bacteria, therefore who considers this effective for the Covid-19 virus?
psd9906/04/2020 10:47

so I actually got 2 of these in the boot of my car and I am considering …so I actually got 2 of these in the boot of my car and I am considering whether I should return them?It does not say anywhere on this product that it kills 99.9% of bacteria, therefore who considers this effective for the Covid-19 virus?


Presumably to return those you'd have to go back into the shop, and shops are probably one of the main areas of COVID-19 transmission currently. I'd happily pay two quid to avoid exposing myself while shopping ( ) for any longer than necessary. Also bacteria =/= virus, so whether it kills 99.9% of bacteria or not is irrelevant.
sheffield78806/04/2020 10:07

True! But the advice pretty much everywhere is to wash our hands as often …True! But the advice pretty much everywhere is to wash our hands as often as possible. Soap does not have alcohol, but the soap should do something, probably better than nothing if we are told to wash our hands or have a shower when we get in the house.


Plain soap more effective than alcohol. Detergent effect is what’s important.
Anti bacterial does not mean anti viral... but soap, any soap, is anti viral in itself.
There is a lot of misinformation above with no evidence. It is true that anti-bacteria is not anti-viral. It is true that 99.9% is not 100% in a laboratory test, but unknown % for real hands in real environments. Say, 10% of bacteria left on hands can cause problems since their growth is exponential.

I would never pay extra money for anti-bacteria and anti-viral, I use plain soap with bubbles plus scrubbing action.

FDA issues final rule on safety and effectiveness of antibacterial soaps, a quote below Sept 2016


“Consumers may think antibacterial washes are more effective at preventing the spread of germs, but we have no scientific evidence that they are any better than plain soap and water,” said Janet Woodcock, M.D., director of the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER). “In fact, some data suggests that antibacterial ingredients may do more harm than good over the long-term.”
psd9906/04/2020 10:47

so I actually got 2 of these in the boot of my car and I am considering …so I actually got 2 of these in the boot of my car and I am considering whether I should return them?It does not say anywhere on this product that it kills 99.9% of bacteria, therefore who considers this effective for the Covid-19 virus?


This is better than nothing. Going back in the shop will expose you even more. It is soap, so will not kill the virus even if it was saying it kills bacteria. You will make some use of it anyway. Just wash hands more often and scrubbing helps too.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 6th Apr
Hahaha oos when your delivery comes, assuming you can get a slot 3 weeks from now. Who's voting hot this "hest grabbing, op should know better" post?
No tesco delivery slots anyway, so not much use!
No slots in Chester or Bristol... Down to my last 48 loo rolls now...
Based on ability to get a delivery slot also!
^ Why? What a terrible/disgusting thing to do.
Was £1.30 in tesco this morning when I saw it
keenan31606/04/2020 08:46

You are better off buying a bottle of fairy washing up liquid.Anti …You are better off buying a bottle of fairy washing up liquid.Anti bacterial soap has no advantage in regards to COVID19!


Anti bacterial SOAP will kill or remove viruses.
Great
ExplodingMule06/04/2020 19:10

Anti bacterial SOAP will kill or remove viruses.


Note that I said.. "in regards to COVID19"

It will do nothing that any normal soap won't!
Edited by: "keenan316" 6th Apr
Amazing deal
ExplodingMule06/04/2020 19:10

Anti bacterial SOAP will kill or remove viruses.


not true... stop spreading fake news lol
Are people even getting delivery spots?
I found one available spot yesterday for today’s delivery ( maybe someone cancelled the delivery slot), however, when my order arrived many items were missing, including hand sanitiser, hand wash, .....it’s a great offer, however it’s not guaranteed that it will be delivered.
Heat added!!!
There is a a lot of conflicting information here and it's a bit hard to understand, So the anti bacterial slogan stuff being a marketing gimmick that I get. but people saying its useless when I thought any hand soap was good enough?. I mean we are supposed to wash our hands more and this is hand wash, so what is the issue people are having with this item?

if the issue is the price fair enough but all this anti bacterial isn't anti viral argument seems pointless i don't think anyone here expected this to be the miracle cure it's just hand soap.
Swidc06/04/2020 19:54

not true... stop spreading fake news lol


Stop spreading fake news, soap will kill the virus. This product doesn’t say “soap” so not sure, best look on the back but to be honest it probably does have some kind of alkalie which will kill most viruses including corona. Soap dissolves the fat membrane of the virus. Also just because it says antibacterial doesn’t mean it isn’t antiviral. Bars of soap say neither but are both.
Edited by: "ExplodingMule" 8th Apr
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