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Tesco Extracts Magnolia Antibacterial Hand Wash 500Ml 75p at Tesco
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Tesco Extracts Magnolia Antibacterial Hand Wash 500Ml 75p at Tesco

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Posted 5th Apr

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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

Just ordered two of these few days ago and was surprised they turned up with rest of shopping as the kids used quite a bit in the last few weeks.

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Tesco Extracts Magnolia Antibacterial Handwash

With natural magnolia extract antibacterial handwash kills 99.9% of bacteria this handwash has odour neutralising technology to help combat stubborn odours. It is specially formulated to cleanse your hands and help leave them feeling soft and smooth.

Dermatologically tested.

Pack size: 500ML

Couple of disclaimers based on the current situation with COVID-19

Disclaimer 1
This deal is not a guarantee there will be any stock online as the link is associated with your local store when logged into tesco.com. Also if you plan to go to the store, please don’t make a trip you wouldn’t have made otherwise just for this item - we should all limit our time out of our houses to help slow the spread. Please also shop responsibly - don’t stockpile, and consider whether you could help out any vulnerable neighbours or friends.

Disclaimer 2
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.

One of these Handwash is for my parents who are in isolation #staysafe

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appolospb05/04/2020 10:16

I havent seen soap in a supermarket in about a month so unless you are a …I havent seen soap in a supermarket in about a month so unless you are a hoarder and outside the shop at 7am no chance.


Just buy shower gel then. It's the same stuff.
I havent seen soap in a supermarket in about a month so unless you are a hoarder and outside the shop at 7am no chance.
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I havent seen soap in a supermarket in about a month so unless you are a hoarder and outside the shop at 7am no chance.
appolospb05/04/2020 10:16

I havent seen soap in a supermarket in about a month so unless you are a …I havent seen soap in a supermarket in about a month so unless you are a hoarder and outside the shop at 7am no chance.


Just buy shower gel then. It's the same stuff.
fallout5105/04/2020 10:30

Just buy shower gel then. It's the same stuff.


Good advice, yep the same just a stronger scent. I also scavenged for soap in old boxes and bags of higene products i had liying around the house, amazing what you can dig up if desperate enough to get a item.
thank you
This range of hand wash is always 75p I usually buy the eucalyptus one. It’s whether you can get it but most Tesco’s you can’t.
fallout5105/04/2020 10:30

Just buy shower gel then. It's the same stuff.


That's exactly what I did. But a week later, managed to get some hand wash in supermarket.
fallout5105/04/2020 10:30

Just buy shower gel then. It's the same stuff.


Is shower gel anti bacterial
It's got detergent in it, so yes.
We can minimise tap touching by diluting down our hand wash dispensers peeps! That is, only touching the tap once to rinse -AFTER completing lathering & thorough hand washing.

I dilute mine by one third - 2 parts soap to 1 part water, but this is very much a suck it & see as it depends on the quality of your hand wash to start with.
After trying Bayliss and Harding and not being that impressed I think I'm gonna go back to the cheap stuff like this and decant it into a nicer dispenser.

I also kinda fancy making my own soap from scratch for some reason, that's the problem with being middle aged now and having too much free time, oh and I blame Youtube tutorials too.
Edited by: "Quickblood" 5th Apr
Everything personal hygiene product helps but an antiviral product is ideal.
I wonder when these will stop becoming deals....
I got this a few weeks ago before everywhere sold out, to be fair i really like it, smells nice but subtle and doesn't dry my hands out too much. Good price compared to the branded ones too x
yummychocoholicbabe05/04/2020 15:19

We can minimise tap touching by diluting down our hand wash dispensers …We can minimise tap touching by diluting down our hand wash dispensers peeps! That is, only touching the tap once to rinse -AFTER completing lathering & thorough hand washing.I dilute mine by one third - 2 parts soap to 1 part water, but this is very much a suck it & see as it depends on the quality of your hand wash to start with.


Nearly all soaps (especially cheap soaps like this) will just shoot out more from the dispenser than if you just left it as is and you'll waste a lot from in missing your hands. This is a false economy tip people lol.
kiwi1205/04/2020 14:44

Didn't think so not the same then lol


Antibacterial is not gonna help/have much difference compared to any normal soap against virus strains btw. A thorough wash with any/most soaps(even shower gels) should suffice. Don't quote me on that but don't rely on 'antibacterial' to do the job and pay over the price for it.
appolospb05/04/2020 10:16

I havent seen soap in a supermarket in about a month so unless you are a …I havent seen soap in a supermarket in about a month so unless you are a hoarder and outside the shop at 7am no chance.


I've not had a problem getting any from Asda. For some reason its icing sugar and antibacterial spray I cant get
fallout5105/04/2020 10:30

Just buy shower gel then. It's the same stuff.


or washing up liquid
love it
KingCellulose06/04/2020 09:02

It is.. it’s a detergent so it will kill bacteria and viruses. Same with w …It is.. it’s a detergent so it will kill bacteria and viruses. Same with washing up liquid


I wash the dishes by hand. Saves having to wash my hands separately.
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