Carex Dermacare Original Antibacterial Hand Wash Liquid Soap Refill 1000ml, Multipack of 3 x 1L - £8.55 (+£4.49 NP) Delivered @ Amazon
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Carex Dermacare Original Antibacterial Hand Wash Liquid Soap Refill 1000ml, Multipack of 3 x 1L - £8.55 (+£4.49 NP) Delivered @ Amazon

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Carex Dermacare Original Antibacterial Hand Wash Liquid Soap Refill 1000ml, Multipack of 3 x 1L - £8.55 (+£4.49 NP) Delivered @ Amazon
Posted 9th Sep
Decent low price here for the refill packs, especially if you have prime for free delivery.

Description
Carex Dermacare Original Hand Wash is now available in an easy and convenient 1L refill pouch. The liquid hand soap features our Dermacare formula which actively enhances the skins natural pH, the natural moisturisers help leave skin feeling soft and smooth, and the gentle cleansers effectively remove dirt and germs. Carex - trusted antibacterial protection you can rely on

The eco pouch is the equivalent of 4x standard 250ml Carex hand wash bottles and uses 85% less plastic* so you can reuse your existing Carex bottle and pump, helping to reduce plastic consumption. Did you know that you can get 10,000 pumps from your Carex pump? That means it will keep going for around a year. Refill your hand wash bottle and recycle the refill pouch with Terracycle.

Features
  • Save up to 85% less plastic
  • Refill your hand wash bottle with me
  • Antibacterial hand wash
  • Dermacare, enhancing your skins natural pH for healthy hands
  • Protection for healthy hands

Hope it helps someone.
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taniasush09/09/2020 21:53

Same price as Tesco. But better since you don't need to find slots for …Same price as Tesco. But better since you don't need to find slots for delivery. 👌


As a general rule if I find anything similar price at Amazon I prefer them because of the convenience, I know someone will berate me for it, but thats just me.
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Same price as Tesco. But better since you don't need to find slots for delivery. 👌
£8.12 if you subscribe.
Edited by: "taniasush" 9th Sep
taniasush09/09/2020 21:53

Same price as Tesco. But better since you don't need to find slots for …Same price as Tesco. But better since you don't need to find slots for delivery. 👌


As a general rule if I find anything similar price at Amazon I prefer them because of the convenience, I know someone will berate me for it, but thats just me.
matwalaboy09/09/2020 21:54

As a general rule if I find anything similar price at Amazon I prefer them …As a general rule if I find anything similar price at Amazon I prefer them because of the convenience, I know someone will berate me for it, but thats just me.


Me too.
I am sure i bought one of this from Saver shop for £2.30ish
I bought 1 L from sainsbury few weeks ago around £2.80
Astonish brand from home bargain, 650ml cost under a pound, if you do the math it's cheaper, of course the brand is different
Ordered thanks
And people wonder why there’s a Trillionaire, and 1000’s of families at the food back.

Abstained from voting fyi
Good price for Amazon.
60p for 500ml of an equivalent product in Aldi.
If I was going to buy 3 litres I would go for the 10 litres at £22.89 (currently on Amazon) works out at £2.85 per litre as opposed to 2.85 for this one. You would end up saving £5.61.(on 10 litres). Even though it is a lot I bought the 10 litres and family chipped in so we all got a good supply discounted. Noted it has a different name on the label...but the blurb on the description is pretty much the same thing
Edited by: "Dolphin01" 10th Sep
Nice to hear people doing things for the planet
matwalaboy09/09/2020 21:54

As a general rule if I find anything similar price at Amazon I prefer them …As a general rule if I find anything similar price at Amazon I prefer them because of the convenience, I know someone will berate me for it, but thats just me.


You’re spot on mate. People complain they don’t pay the tax they should in the uk. Whilst I agree they should be made to pay equivalent tax to retailers on the high street, reality is I would rather get a saving in my pocket from purchasing from amazon and deciding how I spend the money i didn’t have to spend, rather than trusting our government to spend that money wisely.
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