Product Review: Method Kitchen Hand Wash

Product Review: Method Kitchen Hand Wash

Emily Han
Dec 8, 2010

Hands permeated by garlic and onion odors have never really bothered me; it's the smell of a good meal, after all! But for those of you who don't feel quite the same, here's a product you might want to try: Method Kitchen Hand Wash.

Method Kitchen Hand Wash comes in two scents, Basil and Lemongrass, and the promise that it "eliminates stubborn food odors from hands." Both fragrances are pleasantly clean and natural. I found that they did indeed get rid of garlic and onion odors, with the added bonus of leaving my skin soft after the washing up.

Like all Method products, Kitchen Hand Wash is non-toxic, biodegradable, phthalate-free, and packaged in 100% post-consumer recycled plastic. (It does, however, contain sodium lauryl sulfate, for those who are concerned about that.)

In addition to onions and garlic, Kitchen Hand Wash is supposed to neutralize fish odors but as a vegetarian I didn't get to test this. Perhaps some of our readers can chime in with their experiences?

Find it:
Method Kitchen Hand Wash Basil (Pack of 6), $29.13 at Amazon
Method Kitchen Hand Wash Lemon Grass (Pack of 6), $20.19 at Amazon

Related: Good Question: How To Get Garlic Smell Off My Hands?

Apartment Therapy Media makes every effort to test and review products fairly and transparently. The views expressed in this review are the personal views of the reviewer and this particular product review was not sponsored or paid for in any way by the manufacturer or an agent working on their behalf. However, the manufacturer did give us the product for testing and review purposes.

(Image: Emily Ho; Method)

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