Quash those germs

I hope everyone has had a lovely weekend?  I would also like to welcome my new followers as I have had a few more join my blog over the weekend.

I went shopping on Sunday and found a bargain.  This bag was in the sale at Primark (or Primarni as I like to call it) and was reduced to £3.  I thought it would come in handy for an upcoming trip I have planned. 

Talking of trips that leads me onto my next product review.  I always carry a hand sanitiser when I am travelling.  Pardon the pun but they are handy when on planes, trains and automobiles.  I have to be careful of soaps in public loos because of my allergies but at least this way I can be germ free.  The trouble with most sanitiser brands is they are full of chemicals and alcohol which irritates my eczema.  However, there are chemical free sanitisers on the market and my favourite is Quash

Quash is 100% natural, alcohol free and made in the UK.  The magic ingredients are manuka honey, vitamin C, white willow bark, aloe vera, zinc, radish root, white tea, lavender & lime oils.  This sanitiser is a liquid in a spray bottle which gives you a fine mist.  The smell is fresh and pleasant.  It sinks into skin and dries quickly.  I also find it very moisturising. Quash is available to buy direct from their website or from supermarkets/high street stores (stockist list available at website).  There are two size options 15ml (£1.99) or 50ml (£3.49).


  1. Love the bag! Nice bargain :)
    That hand sanitiser looks really good! Interesting as it is alcohol free too. Great find :)

  2. @Su thank you for comment, yes you can't beat a good bargain my BF just sighed "what do you need another bag for" men just don't get it lol

  3. Thanks for the post. I'm a psoriasis sufferer myself, so I know what those soaps can do to your hands! (Actually when I visit friends, I tend to pack my own soap, haha). I'll have to check out that sanitizer. I haven't heard of that one before.

  4. @Staci I also pack my own soap, never occurred to me others might do it lol. I definitely recommend cutting out chemicals and alcohol in products for eczema so I am sure the same can be said for psoriasis