Nursem Caring Hand Wash contains three types of surfactants that work just like traditional soap. They’re gentle yet effective, and provide an excellent way to keep your hands clean and help to prevent the spread of germs.

Nursem promise that for every product sold they will give a month’s worth of free Nursem to a nurse or a midwife. 

How it works: 

  • Cleans the hands with three types of natural surfactants: Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Coco-Glucoside and Lauryl Glucoside. These surface-active agents lift microbes off the skin allowing them to be rinsed away, keeping your hands clean and protected.
  • Protects skin from ongoing dryness using conditioning Pro Vitamin B5, Glycerin and plant-derived oils. These help reduce damage to your skin’s natural lipid barrier, allowing your hands to retain essential moisture.

    Good to know: Suitable for sensitive skin, dermatologically tested, cruelty free and free from parabens, petrolatum, mineral oil and sulphates and is also vegan. Recommended for anyone who suffers the drying and damaging effects of frequently washed hands, seeking a mild, effective alternative to harsh soaps.

    How to use: dispense a single pump onto wet hands. Massage gently onto skin, wash for a minimum of 20-30 seconds to effectively clean hands. Rinse and dry hands thoroughly.

    About Nursem: Just the most wonderful story, Co-founder, Antonia, has worked as a paediatric nurse for over 11 years. She often came home with sore, cracked and bleeding hands as a result of the constant hand washing needed to keep her patients infection free. 

    Antonia teamed up with her husband Jonny and started working on a hand cream formula. They wanted the product to be effective, natural and something nurses could use repeatedly throughout a busy shift. So for over 7 years they  worked with a group of British nurses, laboratories and Newcastle Science City to create a range of therapeutic formulas.

    Fast forward to now and Nursem is a passionately advocated brand, loved by nurses, mums and many more.  

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