Sea Kelp & Peppermint; Lemongrass & Ginger; Oud, Cedar & Amber; Rose & Geranium – if Baylis & Harding‘s collection of fragrance blends don’t win you over, then the ethos behind its Goodness range, surely will.
Made with the environment in mind, the Goodness collection is kind to the skin with 98% naturally derived ingredients, organic extracts and is dermatologist approved. It is also kind to the planet with the products using a 100% PCR bottle and recyclable pumps and caps through Terracycle ®.
Perfect for keeping hands clean and hygienic, the hydrating hand washes come in four scent blends. The Rose & Geranium version has organic extracts of Lavender & Rosemary infused within it with top notes of rose and geranium, rich amber and refreshing zesty top notes of lemon. Skin is cared for with essential oils of lemon and geranium.
The Oud, Cedar & Amber Hand Wash, meanwhile, also has a 98% naturally derived formulation consisting of organic extracts and essential oils, which each have their own wellbeing benefits. The Oud, Cedar & Amber blend is woody and aromatic. A mix of oregano and lemon add a refreshing tone to the deep fragrance and lingers on the hands after washing.
The Sea Kelp & Peppermint Hand Wash is refreshing with its spicy top notes, and is ideal for keeping by the kitchen sink, keeping hands fresh and clean. While the Lemongrass & Ginger, with orange and black pepper extracts, is uplifting and calming, keeping hands soft and fragrant.
The hand soaps are available from Boots, Waitrose and Amazon, £3 each.
*This review is based on press samples