Love, love, loooooooooooooooooove Crabtree & Evelyn’s NEW Conditioning Hand Wash Collection!

I guess I can’t speak for the whole collection, just the one I’ve tried, Pomegranate. But if the rest of them smell as good as this one does – then let’s call it a day! Amazing! It smells so good, I want to pour it over a bowl of icecream and eat it. Why does everything go back to food? Sorry …. on  with things….

Uplift your senses with Crabtree & Evelyn’s new Conditioning Hand Wash Collection launching in June 2013.

Crabtree & Evelyn has drawn on its hand-care expertise to create a new collection of Conditioning Hand Washes. Designed to gently cleanse and condition the skin, each hand wash is infused with delightful fragrance and is the perfect complement to Crabtree & Evelyn’s Ultra-Moisturising Hand Therapy for soft, clean, beautiful hands.

The collection comprises eight new hand washes across Crabtree & Evelyn’s Floral, Botanical and La Source® ranges. Each hand wash releases a sensuous aroma, which diffuses into the air whilst you lather. The delicate floral fragrances infuse skin with the delicious scents of an English Garden whilst the botanical cleansers refresh and revive. Each Conditioning Hand Wash is luxuriously lathering and pH balanced to be gentle on hands. Follow with award-winning Hand Therapy to soften hands and lock in moisture.

The array of hand washes in beautiful jewel-like colours can be used to perfectly co-ordinate with your home. Choose from the delicate green tone of the Lily Conditioning Hand Wash to the deep crimson of Pomegranate, Argan & Grapeseed.

Pomegranate, Argan & Grapeseed
Enjoy the tartly sweet scent of pomegranate coupled with a burst of citrus and fresh fig leaf. This hand wash contains extracts of pomegranate and grapeseed to help leave skin soft and conditioned.

Each Hand Wash is 250mL/ 8.8 FL OZ Price: $18.00 each


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