Golden Harvest Hand Sanitiser Gel

FROM CANTEBURY VINES

Fresh, Dewy & Green

250ml

£17.00

Lightly fragranced, alcohol-based Hand Sanitiser Gel with 75% alcohol to simply remove harmful germs and bacteria, offering rinse-free hand washing when running water is unavailable. Enriched with antioxidant Grape extract locally sourced from the North Downs of Kent to leave hands feeling clean and fresh. Use liberally over dry hands for 30 seconds until liquid has evaporated to kill 99.9% of viruses.

A glorious blend of mellow fruitfulness inspired by fruits of the vine with notes of Violet Leaf, sun-ripened Grape and Green Apple, embellished with the gentle fizz of Juniper Berry and antioxidant Grape extract from the North Downs of Kent.


Key Benefits

With a unique 75% Alcohol formulation, our Hand Sanitiser Gels are effective in killing 99.9% of germs and bacteria whilst offering an incredible aromatic scent experience.

• Made in England, UK
• 75% alcohol
• Suitable for all skin types
• Vegan Friendly
• Cruelty-Free
• 100% recyclable & reusable packaging


Inspiration

A glorious blend of mellow fruitfulness inspired by fruits of the vine, with notes of Violet Leaf, sun-ripened Grape and Green Apple, embellished with the gentle fizz of Juniper Berry and Grape extract. The vivid, fresh, green opening notes are supported by Watermelon and aromatic Artemisia and the base incorporates voluptuous notes of Patchouli, Musk and Oak Moss.


Fragrance Notes
Top notes: Juniper Berry, Green Apple & Watermelon Heart notes: Violet Leaf, Rose, Jasmine Base notes: Oak Moss, Patchouli, Musk

Ingredients
Alcohol Denat., Aqua (Water), Parfum (Fragrance), Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Carbomer, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Dichlorobenzyl Alcohol, Triethanolamine, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Fruit Extract, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid, Citral, Limonene, Linalool, Hexylcinnamal, Benzyl Benzoate.

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Golden Harvest

Golden Harvest was inspired by a memorable and moving road trip to the Royal County of Kent, also known as the “Garden of England”. It was late afternoon in autumn, John Keat’s “season of mists and mellow fruitfulness”. The sun was beginning to set over the gently rolling English hills creating the most glorious golden light.