Method Kitchen Gel Hand Wash Review: Clementine Scent
Keep your hands clean and soft with Method Kitchen Kitchen Gel Wash.
Life Well Eaten received free product for review purposes.
If you are anything like me, you spend a lot of time in the kitchen. Cooking and prepping meals can create a mess, and washing dishes and cleaning can put a lot of wear and tear on your hands.
Many hand washes are harsh and not so friendly scent wise. When we got the opportunity to try the new Method Kitchen Gel Hand Wash, I was pretty excited.
It may seem weird to get happy over hand wash, but since we create so many recipes in the kitchen, keeping our hands clean is key. Sometimes, it’s the little things that mean a lot.
Method Kitchen Gel Wash is new to the brand for their Spring 2017 line. It is infused with herbal and citrus extracts that are natural, helping to leave your hands clean and soft wash after wash.
The kitchen houses strong smells like onions, garlic, fish, and more. We tend to handle these foods with our hands, which can make them smell not so nice. Method Kitchen Gel Wash gives you freshly scented kitchen hands. It is the only naturally derived product like it on the market.
It comes in four fresh and great smelling scents: clementine, lemongrass, basil, and thyme. Because it’s a gel, it is light on the hands but packs and punch.
Using the Method Kitchen Gel Wash felt terrific. Unlike other hand washes, it’s not heavy, and the gel was easy to rinse off.
And the smell of clementine was sweet and true to the fruit. My daughter, who is my sous chef, liked using it too.
The Method Kitchen Gel Wash was designed with you in mind. With a pump bottle, it dispenses just enough. It’s priced at $4.99 and is available at Target.
This is the start of a long relationship.
Learn more about Method Kitchen Gel Wash HERE .