Neal's Yard Remedies Hand Care Citrus Hand Wash 200ml - 24618396455
The Citrus Hand Wash provides a refreshing cleansing treatment for the hands packed with charming zesty fragrance. Lemon and orange essential oils create an invigorating combination that is particularly good at overcoming food odours such as garlic or onions. The lemon essential oil also provides a natural anti-bacterial effect. This product is suitable for vegans. To use: Apply to wet hands and work into a lather. Rinse thoroughly. Ingredients: Aqua (Water), Cocamidopropyl betaine, Sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, Polyglyceryl-6 caprylate, Sucrose laurate, Cinnamomum camphora linalooliferum (Ho) leaf oil, Organic Citrus limonum (Lemon) peel oil expressed, Organic Citrus paradisi m. (Grapefruit) peel oil expressed, Organic Citrus sinensis (Orange) peel oil expressed, Organic Chamomilla recutita (Chamomile) flower extract, Levulinic acid, Glycerin, Citric acid, Citral, Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool. About Neals Yard Remedies: Neals Yard Remedies is an award-winning, natural and organic health and beauty brand, whose proudly British roots stretch all the way back to its inception in 1981. Along with being the first health and beauty brand to be certified organic in the UK by the Soil Association, they are certified cruelty-free by Leaping Bunny, vegetarian-approved (with many of their products also suitable for vegans), and they have the distinction of being the first high street retailer that was certified CarbonNeutral - creating all of its products in their eco-factory in North Dorset, surrounded by acres of organic gardens which are used to grow the crops that are then utilised in many of the products. Nealss Yard Remedies are truly pioneers in leading the way to a more sustainable planet, from their ethical sourcing of ingredients, to their bespoke designed eco-factory (which is run on 100% renewable electricity and recycles 10% of water usage), to their sustainability pledges (e.g. they aim to send zero waste to landfill by 2020 and ensure all bottles are constructed from recycled material by 2025), to their campaigning against deforestation, plastic microbeads, and the dwindling bee population. All of these factors led to the brand receiving a 100/100 rating from The Ethical Company Organisation in 2014.