I usually have to use handwash from L’occitane and Molton brown as I have very sensitive skin which is on the dry side, I am not keen on soap bars where sharing is concerned just from a health and hygiene point of view I feel that pump dispensers are best! I find my hands are parched after using alot of handwashes and soaps, especially as a young yummy mummy, with my hands constantly in and out of water, I feel that daily tasks can really take their toll on my hands especially.
Because my hands are always on show I like to keep my hands clean, well groomed and time allowing -well polished!
I was really interested in trying Honey B handwash by Scottish fine soaps.
The packaging is super cute, its shaped like a bee-hive and the handwash is a pretty golden yellow shade which can be seen through the sheer bottle, it looks really nice on my wash basin in my bathroom.
(Im not going to throw the bottle away Im going to refill this one coz its purdy! )
It is water based and contains sodium laureth sulphate for its cleansing properties, similar to higher priced brands like Philosophy and has natural honey in it.
It lathers nicely and leaves the most subtle smell -something Im really liking about the products from this brand as I tend to like to wear very expensive perfumes and I dont like my toiletries to over-power my perfume! although my hands do feel slightly dry but not over un-comfortably dry and I’ve not had any soreness or redness or rash.
I still need to use some sort of hand moisturiser but not after every hand wash. but this is the same I get with the likes of Molton brown and L’occitane .
This is something that I would happily purchase again as it is an all round good product
(my 3 Ps -Packaging, Product, Price) it costs £6.95 and is available online at
I have found that scottish fine soaps are also now available in select John Lewis stores for those of you in the UK!
Picture taken with my iphone 3GS
Disclaimer I was sent this product.