Wild Samphire Hand Sanitiser

(2 customer reviews)
250ml

£17.00

Lightly fragranced alcohol based hand sanitiser with 75% alcohol to remove harmful germs and bacteria. Enriched with cleansing extracts of Samphire and Sea Oak to leave hands feeling clean and fresh. Use liberally over dry hands for 30 seconds until liquid has evaporated, kills 99% of germs.

Vegan, paraben-free, SLS-free, gluten-free and cruelty-free.


Key Benefits

Unique in their 75% alcohol formulation our Hand Sanitisers are effective in killing 99% of germs and bacteria whilst offering an incredible aromatic scent experience.


Inspiration

A verdant coastal fragrance inspired by the Atlantic coastline, with extracts of mineral-rich Sea Oak and Samphire with notes of sappy Thyme, Ivy and Juniper.


Fragrance Notes
Top notes: Lemon, Juniper Berry Heart notes: Thyme, Rosemary Base notes: Amber, Musk

Ingredients
Alcohol, Aqua (Water), Parfum (Fragrance), Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Carbomer, Triethanolamine, Dichlorobenzyl Alcohol, CRITHMUM MARITIMUM (SAMPHIRE) EXTRACT, FUCUS VESICULOSUS (BLADDERWRACK) EXTRACT

What Our Customers Say
  1. Incredible

    We first used this product because it was in an air BnB we stayed in and now we’re hooked! Wild samphire hand sanitiser is incredible! As are their moisturisers

  2. Great Product

    Great product (hand sanitiser). It smells great and doesn’t leave a weird residue like others do. Perfect!

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  1. Incredible

    We first used this product because it was in an air BnB we stayed in and now we’re hooked! Wild samphire hand sanitiser is incredible! As are their moisturisers

  2. Great Product

    Great product (hand sanitiser). It smells great and doesn’t leave a weird residue like others do. Perfect!

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Strangford Lough is a large sea loch in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is the largest inlet in the British Isles, almost totally enclosed by the Ards Peninsula and heads out to the mouth of the Irish Sea. The lough contains seventy islands along with many bays, coves, headlands and vast mudflats which provides a diverse ecosystem for wildlife and marine flora, recognised internationally for its great importance. Strangford Lough was designated as Northern Ireland’s first Marine Conservation Zone and is one of only three designated Marine Nature Reserves in the United Kingdom.