Editor's Rating & Review
Whaaa? $23 on hand soap? You might be able to rationalize the splurge if your hard-working hands really deserve a treat. This wash comes in five scents and is "soap-free" so it leaves skin feeling clean, but not dry. But we're crying foul because the packaging implies the wash reduces fine lines when there's nary a retinol or alpha hydroxy acid in the ingredient list. And, hello, it's a wash, so any anti-aging property goes down the drain.
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Molton Brown Naran Ji Fine Liquid Hand Wash Reviews
i tried this from a friendi cannot justify this cost. but it worked good. if you want to spend the money. — 5 years, 1 month agobrassa | 447 reviews
Disagree with Editor ReviewThe quality of Molton Brown products is far superior to any product with anti aging claims that contain AHA's or retinols. Products that are soap free clean the skin well and help the skin to retain it's natural moisture balance which is why skin begins to age in the first place. As the skin ages, the skin's ability to shed dead cells causes the amount of moisture we retain to lessen. Without moisture, the skin begins to look dull and loses its luster. Products with AHA's and retinols can continue to harm the skin if the moisture balance is not retained as these ingredients can cause the skin to over exfoliate. The lack of soap in a product does make it anti aging! — 4 years, 4 months agoMkeupJunki | 1 reviews
smells & feels greatNaran Ji smells great and leaves hands feeling soft & supple! — 4 years, 5 months agovideohound | 1 reviews
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