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Lysol Healthy Touch Hand Soap, Starter Kit Stainless, Aloe, 8.50-Ounce

LYSOL Healthy Touch No-Touch Hand Soap System helps eliminate the millions of germs that your hands can pick up each day! It automatically senses hands and dispenses just the right amount of soap. Handwashing is one of the most important steps you and your children can take to help you stay healthy and with the LYSOL Healthy Touch No-Touch Hand Soap System, you and your family will never have to touch a germy soap pump again. What’s more, the system’s antibacterial hand soap kills 99.9% of bacteria on hands* — so it’s ideal for use in the kitchen or bathroom. The starter kit includes a dispenser, one hand soap refill, and four AA batteries. When you use the LYSOL Healthy Touch No-Touch Hand Soap System, you’ll know you’re helping your family by fostering proper and effective handwashing to help prevent the spread of germs. Antibacterial hand soap refills for the LYSOL No-Touch Hand Soap System are enriched with moisturizing ingredients and available in four great scents: Refreshing Grapefruit Essence (Refill only) Soothing Cucumber Splash Aloe Vera and Vitamin E with Moisturizers Antibacterial Total Care

Key features

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  • Never touch a germy soap pump again
  • Helps stop the spread of bacteria
  • Kills 99.9% of bacteria
  • Automatically senses your hands under the nozzle
  • Dispenses just the right amount of soap

Honest reviews

★★★★★

nasty ingredients

I reviewed another the Lysol hands-free kitchen system and found the ingredients so alarming that I had to write a review for this one too.Benzophenone-4 is banned in the EU for health dangers. It’s a suspected carcinogen due to the amount of free radicals it generates. Another preservative- Methychloroisothiazolinone is a not as bad, but is still toxic to the skin and imune system.

Latoya Jamestown, IN
★★★★★

Kind of expensive for home use

(The reason I tried this product is that I received it in error when ordering something else. It is not something I would have ordered for myself.)In order to reduce the spread of germs, many things are automatic these days – doors, toilets, faucets, etc. It is definitely nice to have some of these things when out in public. However, I don’t feel if it is necessary for home use. As far as this automatic soap dispenser goes, it is an interesting idea and works well. I have read that refillable liquid soap dispensers can become bacterial-laden. I believe this happens during the refilling process, plus the fact that the soap at the bottom of the dispenser never gets emptied out. Obviously, between the dispenser, batteries, and individual refills, this system is more costly than just buying liquid soap refill. In fact, refill bottles alone are more expensive than a similar size liquid hand soap (pump). In my opinion, for regular home use, this product is probably not necessary as long as you use care when refilling the soap and completely empty/clean out your dispenser from time to time, or just replace the liquid hand soap pump occasionally instead of refilling. I like the product, but for the extra cost, I think I’ll stick with my refillable dispenser.

Brianna Platteville, CO
★★★★★

0 stars! Should be a lawsuit against this company for defective product!

We WASTED OUR MONEY on a few of these auto dispensers, thinking that we were going to make our lives easier. Well, within a few weeks, 3 of our dispensers started dispensing soap ON THEIR OWN! We found sinks full of soap on several occasions, and obviously wasted money on the product! We could even HEAR the dispensers going off without anyone in the room! Given the amount of similar complaints by many, CLEARLY this product is defective, and not engineered well to begin with. So now after spending over one hundred wasted dollars on several dispensers and liquid soap refills, our house smells like a French whore AND we have all these dispensers that won’t work properly! SHAME on you Lysol, for continuing to sell a product that is defective!

Irene Sisseton, SD
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