Luxury Hand Wash
LAVENDER + PATCHOULI + ROSE GERANIUM LUXURY HAND WASH
Using natural, essential oils of Lavender + Patchouli + Rose Geranium, your hands will feel clean and your soul will be totally replenished.
FREE DELIVERY ON UK ORDERS OVER £75
Key Brand Points
Using natural, essential oils of lavender + patchouli + rose geranium, our luxury hand wash will give your hands the care and attention they deserve. Your hands will feel soft and smooth, plus your soul will be totally replenished.
Created in Wales, UK, with only the finest, natural, ingredients from our land and sea.
Natural, FREE from Sulphates, Paraben FREE, SLS FREE and SLES FREE, our luxury, natural hand lotion is also both Cruelty FREE and VEGAN accredited.
All packaging is fully recycled and recyclable. We only use FCA marine-grade paper.
1L Personalised Eco Refill
Add a touch of Welsh luxury to your bathroom with The Goodwash Company’s natural wash and lifestyle products. More than a name, their range is good through and through.
The products – from soy candles to hand lotion and beard bars – are whipped up using the finest natural ingredients from the Welsh land and sea, based on age-old remedies. These are great for giving your hair, body and soul a boost, containing lots of natural health benefits.
While you soak in the benefits at home, The Goodwash Company uses profits from their range to spread positive ripples of change far beyond that. Through their very own Goodwash Foundation, they support local projects improving the lives of people and animals in need. That could be a rescue dog shelter, a homelessness charity or any other local cause the biz has teamed up with.
As a brand that cares about animals, The Goodwash Company even has some products for pooches, so you can change the world one dog wash at a time too. Check out the Dog Soap and Woof Wash – your canine pal will be squeaky clean and ready for cwtches (aka cuddles).
It won’t be a surprise that the animal lovers at The Goodwash Company are also strict about using cruelty-free ingredients.
The goodness continues in their pledge to employ people at risk of poverty on a living wage.