Pull & Bear Hand Sanitizer Spray

I mentioned once that I pretty much ignored all Inditex (Zara’s parent companies) brands with perhaps the exception of Zara Home, but that is also a shop I visited sparingly oner the year. When a new Pull & Bear opened near me, I decided to venture inside not expecting to find anything of interest. I did not find much, however I did find a series of hand sanitiser sprays that caught my attention.

You all know by now that I am a strange one and that I spent the past year relentlessly sanitising everything that came inside the house. As such, I am always on the lookout for new sanitising products as so many on the market are just awful. The idea of a scented sanitiser and one in spray form intrigued me despite the disaster that turned out to be the adorable Haan Ready ones which were the last such sanitisers that I tried.

The hand sanitiser sprays by Pull & Bear come in three different scents, at least I never saw a fourth. Personally, I purchased two of them and I selected them at random and without trying them first despite the fact that there was a tester available. I had no idea what I got myself into, but the price was reasonable so I decided it was worth the risk.

It kinda was. Don’t get me wrong, the sanitisers aren’t the best hand sanitisers I ever used nor the most affordable ones, however they were good. Both sanitisers are highly scented so much so that you cannot sense the alcohol component the way you can in other products. In spite of this, they do not smell awful or are too much. The hand sanitisers from Pull&Bear remind me of the body mist created by Victoria Secret. Hope this helps you get a better idea of what they are like.

Unlike other spray hand sanitisers, these products do not evaporate as soon as you spray them. So even though the mechanism is not my favourite one for hygiene reasons, you do get to rub your hand together after putting back the cap of the bottle. I do have to admit that I mostly used the product to sanitise my phone rather than my hands, but the times I have used the product on my hands, I did not notice any redness or irritation.

While I loved the product for home use and the scent was a welcome change for me at least, I am a sucker for “happy” scents especially musky ones, this is not a hand sanitiser I see myself using in public or carrying with me. For one, the scent might bother other people and secondly, the bottle is a bit chunky to carry around.

I haven’t forgotten to talk about the fragrances themselves in more detail, however I really do not know what to tell you other than the fact that they are strong at first, cover the smell of alcohol and remind me of VS body mists. The Musky Coocnut one does not really smell like coconut which I am happy about. The musk part is stronger and covers the coconut bit quite nicely and the Vanilla Pineapple smells tropical, but not fruity. That’s it. I really do not know what else to tell you. If you do want to learn more about these products and there is something I missed in this short and strange review, do leave a comment below and I will do my best to get back to you.

I know this is not my typical review, but I hope you found out something new regardless. Personally, I managed to finish both bottles by now and am planing on getting new ones if they are still in stock in my local store.

You can find the sprays in your local Pull&Bear stores.

Have you ever used any “beauty” products from Pull & Bear?

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