Pearldew Antibacterial Detoxifying Hand Wash
Bacteria and viruses are easily spread when a sick person sneezes, coughs and talks within close distance to you. You can also get sick when you touch germ-infected surfaces and then touch your face. A simple 20-second hand washing remains one of the best ways to keep yourself healthy and stop the spread of bacterias and viruses.
Using hand sanitizers more often strips your hands of healthy oils and the good bacteria needed to fight off germs. Germs can also enter your body through cracked skin more easily. Therefore washing your hands is like a DIY vaccine – it reduces the spread of diarrhea and other serious respiratory system illnesses. It has 3 simple and effective steps – lather, rinse & repeat.
The need of the hour is to wash hands frequently but we should be wise while choosing the type of hand wash. Often the harsh chemicals in most hand cleansers may leave the hands dry, cracked, red and irritated.
Keeping this in mind, Pearldew Antibacterial Detoxifying Hand Wash has been uniquely blended with germ busting goodness of Neem & Tulsi with gentle & protective ingredients such as Aloe Vera, Coconut, Glycerine & Vitamin E. It acts as gentle yet powerful cleanser that helps remove dirt with gentle, non-toxic, and environmentally conscious Ingredients. The hand wash formula pampers your hands with every wash, and leaves them clean & fragranced.
Pearldew Antibacterial Detoxifying Hand Wash is free from Sulphates & Parabens. It not only helps maintain the skin hygiene standards but also effectively cleanses the hands. Antibacterial properties in this hand wash helps kill 99.99% germs & bacterias.
Take some hand wash in wet hands. Rub palm to palm to cleanse thoroughly. Clean fingers, nails, and thumbs well. Scrub the back of the hands properly and rub the wrists clean. Keep scrubbing for at least 20 seconds. Rinse hands thoroughly.
Bacteria and viruses are easily spread when a sick person sneezes, coughs and talks within close distance to you. You can also get sick when you touch germ-infected surfaces and then touch your face. A simple 20-second hand washing remains one of the best ways to keep yourself healthy and stop the spread of bacteria’s and viruses.