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The 7 Best Soap Brands That Are Good For Your Hands

The 7 Best Soap Brands That Are Good For Your Hands

There are soap brands aplenty, advertising various benefits. The cleansing properties, scent, how natural the product is, etc. Hand washing is extremely important for daily hygiene, but a lot of these antiseptic soaps can be rough on the skin. These are the seven best soap brands that are good for your hands!


QV’s soaps and body washes are famous catering to sensitive skin. They are, in fact, soap-free. Lightly foaming, they leave skin soft and supple. If you have dry skin, QV’s products are highly recommended. They maintain the skin’s natural protective barriers and don’t strip away the natural oils like normal soap can. The formulation is balanced with low irritation.

If you’re looking for a nice smell, this ain’t it. The formulation is free from fragrance, colour, lanolin, and propylene glycol. It’s suitable for various skin types, such as those with sun-damaged skin, people with eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, along with infants and elderly people. 


QV does a specific soap supplement in the form of a body bar. It’s enriched with moisturisers and offers relief of ichthyosis, dermatitis, and atopic eczema.


Pears is the grandaddy of soap brands and has been around since 1789. It was the first mass-market translucent soap. The delicate sweetly perfumed soap high-quality ingredients and natural oils. It leaves delicate and sensitive skin feeling cleansed and looking soft.

Their handwash is 100 percent soap-free with no comedogenics. It is pH balanced and contains skin-conditioning agents and mild cleansers. They also make transparent bars of soap, made in a unique process of molding and is then matured until it’s see-through.



A staple of body care products, Dove also falls under soap brands. Their sensitive skin beauty bar has a hypoallergenic formula and is unscented.  Their formula has moisturizing cream in it so your skin will retain it’s natural moisture and won’t dry or become irritated.

Compared to ordinary soap, it leaves skin softer, smoother, and more radiant looking. Along with hands, it’s also suitable to use on the face and body.


Seventh Generation

One of the soap brands that believe in transparency when it comes to the ingredients that it uses, Seventh Generation lists them all on their packages. They also advocate from other soap brands across the industry. All their scents come from real ingredients. Their hand soaps are all plant-based, with no triclosan, phthalates, dyes, or synthetic fragrances. Additionally, their products are not tested on animals and contain no animal products. 

They have fragrance free hand wash options along with their scented options. The fragrance-free soap is especially recommended for sensitive skin.  Scents include lavender and mint, hibiscus and cardamom, black currant and rosewater, and mandarin orange and grapefruit. All made from 100% essential oils and botanical ingredients.

Molton Brown

Out of all the soap brands mentioned here, this is the most ‘high-end’ one. Molton Brown makes what they call luxury liquid hand wash. Their line of hand washes deeply cleanse, nourish, and protect your hands while leaving them smelling really good. The natural ingredients make for a more caring product than many soaps.

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Well regarded in the world of soap brands, Palmolive has a wide variety of soaps. There are several options under the Palmolive Naturals line. Moisture Care is enriched with Aloe and olive extracts that give you soft and radiant skin.


Balanced and Mild Bar Soap with Chamomile is a gentle cleanser that contains natural chamomile extracts. They also have a Replenishing Care bar soap with milk and honey that makes for very smooth skin.

Australian Natural Soap Co

One of the soap brands that are concerned with an all-natural approach and process. Their soaps are completely detergent-free, biodegradable, sulphate free, vegan, and cruelty-free – they aren’t tested on animals. They use the natural oils found in Australia to create their soaps. These include Bondi Breeze, Lemon Myrtle, Pure Macadamia, and Only Olive.


Are you going to be trying these soap brands? Want to take better care of your hands? Sound off in the comments!

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