Method Kitchen Gel Hand Wash {Review}


This Spring season, I was given the opportunity to try out the Method home brand’s kitchen gel handwash. This soap is currently the only one of its kind on the market that’s eco-friendly and created distinctly to battle in keeping strong food odors from ones hands.  

I cook from scratch about 95% of the time and use a lot of onions, ginger, fish, and garlic in a number of my the dishes prepared for my family. While these sorts of ingredients taste and smell wonderful in a completed dish, I prefer my hands not lingering with the scent for hours on end. Other soaps I have used clean my hands but they don’t eliminate the odors of these strong ingredients.  Method’s new soap not only eliminates odors completely but it leaves my hands soft and never dried out.

These soaps are infused with herbal and citrus extracts. Offerings are available in basil, clementine, lemongrass, and thyme. I tried out the lemongrass and totally love the scent it leaves behind on my hands.

The bottle design features a wide top for pumping/pushing down.  When my hands are dirty, I like I can use my palm to easily much the desired amount of soup into my hands without having to dirty up the soap bottle! Speaking of the bottle, Method has thought of everything in being eco-conscious. The bottle is made out of 100% recycled plastic so when you are done, you can simply throw it in with the other things to be recycled. These products are never tested on animals and 100% non-toxic. 

I spotted these at my local Target for 4.99 each. One bottle 12 FL ounces in size. I am still using my bottle well after a month. I feel the price is worth the benefits for the kitchen and the environment. I can’t wait to pick up a few more scents. The bottle/packaing is so nice that I can’t help but think what a wonderful thinking of you or housewarming gift this would make with a few knitted dishcloths!

* I have received this product for free or at a discounted rate in exchange for my honest and unbiased product review; all opinions are my own.*