Made with essential oils and plant-derived ingredients
Made in the USA
Free of animal-derived ingredients and not tested on animals
Scent: Lemon Verbena
Suggested Age: All Ages
Health Facts: Animal by-product-free, artificial color-free, butylparaben-free, Contains Aloe, contains naturally derived ingredients, contains vitamin E, dye-free, formaldehyde donor-free, lanolin-free, mineral oil-free, paraben-free, Petroleum-free, phthalate-free, propylparaben-free, triclosan-free, aluminum-free
Product Form: Liquid
Sustainability Claims: Recyclable, biodegradable, not tested on animals, cruelty-free, plant-based, post-consumer recycled material
Recommended Skin Type: Normal
Item Number (DPCI): 003-02-0392
Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Liquid Hand Soap contains a special recipe of aloe vera gel, olive oil and a unique blend of natural essential oils to create a hard working, non-drying, yet softening cleaner for busy hands. Paraben free. Made in the USA.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Directions Moisten your hands, then add a pump of Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Liquid Hand Soap. The longer you rub your hands, the cleaner they become.
USES: Hands, body and bath.
Your clear choice for clean. Ingredients these products are formulated without, by category: • Beauty, Personal Care & Cleaning - formulated without Phthalates, Propyl-paraben & Butyl-paraben, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES). • Feminine Care, Adult Care & Diapers - fragrance free and chlorine free. • Pets - formulated with meat, poultry, or seafood as the first ingredient, and without artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.
Recommended for Normal Skin.
A product that either carries an unqualified on-pack statement indicating that the product is free from phthalates, or carries an unqualified on-pack statement "no phthalates."
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Love meyers soap smells. They smell good and are not overwhelming to the nose. I like to have scented soaps so I can discreetly smell my kid’s hands while I’m looking at them and “magically” know if she used soap or not when she washes. She doesn’t even try to pull one over on me anymore. Mommy always knows.
I'm making a switch from petroleum based cleaning and body products to those without it. I care for my mom so I wash my hands a lot. This makes my hands feel better than some of the other hand soaps. My hands aren't as dry and my nails aren't as fragile since I've been using this.
The only downside of using products that don't use petroleum based additives is the price. Mrs. Meyer's hand soap is pricey when compared to name branded hand soaps but a little goes a long way.
The soap is good. Makes my hands soft. I was impressed with the ingredients until I read "Citrus Limon (Lemon) Peel Oil, Abies Alba (Fir) Leaf Oil, Cymbopogon Schoenanthus (Lemongrass) Oil". I was confused, where is the lemon verbena? I guess it was the fragrance, which is the next ingredient listed. For a company that touts having "garden-inspired scents" and being "thoughtfully formulated," I just think it's strange that they didn't actually use lemon verbena or just choose a different name for this scent. I love lemon verbena and was so looking forward to using it. Everytime I wash my hands, I get annoyed again that the thing I smell most is the fir. Instead of "a light refreshingly mild citrus scent" I smell a forest with a good amount of lemon which reminds me of PineSol. So disappointed Mrs. Meyer.
Would I recommend this product? Well, only if you don't care that it doesn't actually smell like lemon verbena. The product works well, so I'll probably try a different scent, after reading the ingredient list carefully.