Just recently I received a package from Sampleroom containing a bag full of Dr. Coco Natural Hand Soap.
While most would exclaim, “What, another hand soap?” Personally, I welcome this new product in my home. One of the most essential items in our homes right now is hand soap.
With the age of the Covid-19 Pandemic, all of us are now putting an extra effort into making sure everything we touch or everything we bring in our home is safe and sanitized. But also we want to make sure that it doesn’t contain harmful chemicals that will be detrimental to our health.
I’ve been using Dr. Coco Natural Hand Soap for a couple of days since I got it and honestly, I am very much pleased with it.
- Dr. Coco Natural Hand Soap is made of 100% natural ingredients from our own Philippine coconuts!
- It is the first and only hand soap in the market that has cocomct or Medium Chain Triglycerides as an active ingredients.
What are the 4 Extra Benefits of using Dr. Coco Natural Hand Soap:
- Extra Cleansing. Clinically proven to KILL and not just remove 99.99% of bacteria and viruses including coronavirus!
- Extra Protection. It leaves a protective film on the hands that is clinically proven to actively kill 99% of bacteria for up to 4 hours after wash!
- Extra Care. Nourishes the hands with COCOMCT, the most essential component of coconut oil, that is easily absorbed by the skin and moisturizes hands with every wash.
- Extra Natural. Uses only natural ingredients with 91% of ingredients coming from coconuts sourced in the Philippines!
What I think of it?
Honestly, I am loving it. The scent, especially the lavender variant smells so good. Oh yeah, it comes in two luxurious variants/scents Natural Lavender and Green Tea.
I also love how it doesn’t make my hands feel rough and dry unlike most germ-fighting anti-bacterial handwash in the market!
I can praise the product all I want but nothing beats you trying it out for yourself, so I suggest you head out to Sampleroom now so you can try it before you buy!
P.S. All the claims here are backed up by a Quantitative study made last August 2020.