Beauty Soft Antibacterial Liquid Hand Soap Moisturizing Refill, White
Clean your hands with the Beauty Soft Liquid Hand Soap White Tea & Rose. The sparkling roses scent hand wash contains collagen, aloe vera, and natural essential oils to moisturize your skink with every use. Eliminates 99.9% of germs with its antibacterial formula. This irresistible hand soap is also paraben-free and triclosan-free. The white tea and rose scent will transport you to a majestic field of roses and leave your hands feeling fresh and soft. Each bottle is refill size and contains 67.6 fl oz (2 liters), so you can conveniently use it everywhere at your home or business. Have clean hands with the Beauty Soft liquid hand soap white tea and rose.
-Protects and moisturizes your skin with every use
-Washes away dirt
-Antibacterial formula removes 99% of bacteria
-Contains collagen, aloe vera, and natural essential oils for a soft and refreshing feeling
-Smooth and refreshing feeling
-The formula is paraben-free and triclosan-free
-Pink soap, White Tea & Rose scent
-Refills up to 6 bottles
-Contains 67.6 fl oz - 2 liters
-Made in a facility registered with the FDA
Formula: Antibacterial Liquid Hand Soap
Scent: White Tea & Rose
Size: Bottle of 67.6 fl oz - 2 liters
Weight: 4.53 lbs. – 2.05 kg
How to Use
Apply a small amount of product to the palm of your hands. Gently rub your hands together with clean running water for 20 seconds. Rinse until there is no product on your hands. Dry hands with a towel.
Stop use if your skin becomes irritated.
Ingredients: Water, Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Glycerin, Essential Oils, Sodium Chloride, Collagen, Sodium feint Salt, Phenoxyethanol, Yellow #5 D&C, Red #4 D&C.
Harmful if swallowed. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Contains citric acid and nonionic surfactant. First Aid: If swallowed rinse mouth with water and drink 1 or 2 glasses of water. Do not induce vomit. Call physician or poison control center. If in eyes: Immediately rinse with water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation persists, contact a physician.