Soft on Skin – Hard on Germs
Disclosure – I wrote this review as part of the BzzAgent campaign. As a BzzAgent I received this product for free.
Sure, washing your hands is necessary. But there are only three things that get us excited to do it: petting zoos, public transportation and NEW Lysol Touch of Foam Antibacterial Hand Wash.
The dual effect of the rich lather is soft on skin, yet hard on germs, leaving your hands feeling so luxurious, you’ll want to wash them more often. And not just because you really like the petting zoo.
- Rich non-drip lather works on contact to kill 99.9% of germs
- Offers 10 x more germ protection than the leading national competitor
- Moisturizer-enriched micro-bubbles leave your hands feeling soft and comfortable after every wash
- Available in three great scents — Creamy Vanilla Orchid, Rose & Cherry in Bloom and Wild Berry Bliss
- Antimicrobial properties are built in to protect the pump and resist odor-causing bacteria
Health matters. To all of us. That’s why Lysol started their Mission for Health. With new mom programs, healthy habits initiatives in schools and disaster relief efforts, the company is dedicated to doing more for everyone’s health. The mission is fueled by passion and backed by their expertise in killing germs. So when you use Lysol at home, you’ll know you’re a part of something bigger.
For healthy hands and more, visit Lysol Mission for Health!
We recently had a chance to try this new soap in Creamy Vanilla Orchid. We love how creamy, foamy and rich this soap is and how soothing the scent is. Everyone in the house is looking forward to washing their hands more and we can’t wait to check out more scents of this soap soon.
Disclosure – I wrote this review as part of the BzzAgent campaign. As a BzzAgent I received the above mentioned product for free. SCM (SocialCafe Magazine) was provided FREE product(s) by the above mentioned company or their PR Representative to complete this review. All of the opinions are strictly of the SCM (SocialCafe Magazine) and SCM (SocialCafe Magazine) staff and no one else. The opinions are honest and not influenced by the monetary compensation in any way.