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Carex Antibacterial Original Hand Wash 250ml (2 for £1.80) - 95P @ Asda
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Carex Antibacterial Original Hand Wash 250ml (2 for £1.80) - 95P @ Asda

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Posted 27th Mar

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Please shop responsibly. As Coronavirus uncertainty develops, we are seeing a lot of community demand for basic household items. Please do consider others - we all need to work together to ensure everyone gets what they need. So please don’t stockpile, and perhaps offer to help older neighbours, family or friends by sourcing items for them

Essentially 90P each when buy 2....
Please buy sensibly and look after other people...

Net Content
250 Millilitres
Ingredients
Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Chloride, Glycerin, Polyquaternium-7, Parfum, Lactic Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate, Diethylamino Hydroxybenzoyl Hexyl Benzoate, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Hexyl Cinnamal, Limonene, Linalool, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Citronellol, CI 42051
Features
Antibacterial hand wash. Dermacare enhances your skins natural pH for healthy hands big and small. Cleans, cares, protects. Special blend of moisturisers.
Recycling Info
Plastic - Widely Recycled: Bottle.
Safety Warning
WARNING: Avoid contact with eyes: if this occurs rinse well immediately with warm water. Avoid contact with natural stone surfaces and stainless steel.
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once the hoarders realise they have enough soap for next 2 years, the soap scene will return to normal. Already seeing stacks of toilet rolls and pasta in my local supermarkets, panic over
MazingerZ28/03/2020 02:25

Rubbish hand wash like 99% buy anti viral soap. Not this pathetic stuff


If you took the time read up about corona virus, you'll find this works, just as any soap will. The virus has a fatty outer layer that is dissolved by soap. Also consider learning how to construct a sentence before attempting to share your misinformation.
Supermarkets are setting a good example by not increasing the prices during time of need unlike some smaller shops around the country, but worst are those scams who brought loads and tried to make a killing online.
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Out of stock online!
once the hoarders realise they have enough soap for next 2 years, the soap scene will return to normal. Already seeing stacks of toilet rolls and pasta in my local supermarkets, panic over
Deano46727/03/2020 19:27

once the hoarders realise they have enough soap for next 2 years, the soap …once the hoarders realise they have enough soap for next 2 years, the soap scene will return to normal. Already seeing stacks of toilet rolls and pasta in my local supermarkets, panic over


Monkey see monkey do!
Deano46727/03/2020 19:27

once the hoarders realise they have enough soap for next 2 years, the soap …once the hoarders realise they have enough soap for next 2 years, the soap scene will return to normal. Already seeing stacks of toilet rolls and pasta in my local supermarkets, panic over



No, it's not over.
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Deano46727/03/2020 19:27

once the hoarders realise they have enough soap for next 2 years, the soap …once the hoarders realise they have enough soap for next 2 years, the soap scene will return to normal. Already seeing stacks of toilet rolls and pasta in my local supermarkets, panic over

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Who has a toilet looking like this ?
Not mine
They also had some Baylis and Harding hand wash next to it which is 1.50 and u get an extra 100ml.
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Rubbish hand wash like 99% buy anti viral soap. Not this pathetic stuff
Bars of soap last longer and are cheaper.
Supermarkets are setting a good example by not increasing the prices during time of need unlike some smaller shops around the country, but worst are those scams who brought loads and tried to make a killing online.
MazingerZ28/03/2020 02:25

Rubbish hand wash like 99% buy anti viral soap. Not this pathetic stuff


If you took the time read up about corona virus, you'll find this works, just as any soap will. The virus has a fatty outer layer that is dissolved by soap. Also consider learning how to construct a sentence before attempting to share your misinformation.
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All sold out in my local Asda stores.
simandoo28/03/2020 06:33

Bars of soap last longer and are cheaper.


And they are eco friendly
No stock
Deano46727/03/2020 19:27

once the hoarders realise they have enough soap for next 2 years, the soap …once the hoarders realise they have enough soap for next 2 years, the soap scene will return to normal. Already seeing stacks of toilet rolls and pasta in my local supermarkets, panic over


This is so true. I couldn't get anything at first as I was one of those shoppers that didnt panic. Now the shelves are full. Thank God.

All the best stay safe everyone
I actually saw the shelves full in morrisons and people were walking past.
Scottc12328/03/2020 08:46

If you took the time read up about corona virus, you'll find this works, …If you took the time read up about corona virus, you'll find this works, just as any soap will. The virus has a fatty outer layer that is dissolved by soap. Also consider learning how to construct a sentence before attempting to share your misinformation.


Yeah this is the problem with the internet, any uneducated fool can comment. 'Soap' is a very generic term referring to any amphiphilic molecule, from sodium stearate to palmitate found in most soap bars, sodium dodecyl sulphate/lauryl sulphate found in handwashes etc etc. They will all disrupt the lipid capsule of the coronavirus, killing them. Far more effective than alcohol as most people don't cover their hands and wrists with alcohol gel the way they do with soap.
Not worth the risk of going out to get it tbh
Deano46727/03/2020 19:27

once the hoarders realise they have enough soap for next 2 years, the soap …once the hoarders realise they have enough soap for next 2 years, the soap scene will return to normal. Already seeing stacks of toilet rolls and pasta in my local supermarkets, panic over


I've been reading already about these panic hoarding douche nozzles throwing out the fresh food that they bought that they didn't need. This could have gone into someone else's belly who really, really needed it. I hope it goes round and bites them in the arse. What goes around, comes around
the 500ml is £1.50
Lots of money made here by the "Pepper expert" for nothing at all. Vultures.
Cuthb3rt28/03/2020 17:43

Lots of money made here by the "Pepper expert" for nothing at all. …Lots of money made here by the "Pepper expert" for nothing at all. Vultures.


I found it useful. Good to know supplies are resuming. Very handy stuff to have on you and sadly too many idiots bulk bought it.

Thanks O/P!
urinthematrix28/03/2020 08:35

Supermarkets are setting a good example by not increasing the prices …Supermarkets are setting a good example by not increasing the prices during time of need unlike some smaller shops around the country, but worst are those scams who brought loads and tried to make a killing online.


Because its illegal but still no action taken on smaller shops

Its profiteering
hcc2728/03/2020 14:23

Yeah this is the problem with the internet, any uneducated fool can …Yeah this is the problem with the internet, any uneducated fool can comment. 'Soap' is a very generic term referring to any amphiphilic molecule, from sodium stearate to palmitate found in most soap bars, sodium dodecyl sulphate/lauryl sulphate found in handwashes etc etc. They will all disrupt the lipid capsule of the coronavirus, killing them. Far more effective than alcohol as most people don't cover their hands and wrists with alcohol gel the way they do with soap.


Theres a great VOX video on this.
Those that have gone out and bought alcohol gels are off there rockers.
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