Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Review: Catena Hand and Body Wash



It has been more than a month since I bought Catena Tea Tree Fresh Hand and Body Wash. After it was emptied and unavailable in Japan Homes, I bought Honey Moisturizing, another variant of Catena. So here’s my simple scoring for these variants.





Tea Tree Fresh
Honey Moisturizing
Ingredients
Aqua, sodium laureth sulfate, ammonium lauryl sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, cocamide MEA, sodium (alpha) olefin sulphonate, sodium chloride, polyquarternium-7, parfum, coco-glucoside (and) glyceryl oleate, white tea extract, hydrolyzed collagen, disodium EDTA, citric acid, methylchloroisthiazolinone, methylisothiazolinone, CI 19140, CI 15985
Aqua, sodium laureth sulfate, ammonium lauryl sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, cocamide MEA, sodium (alpha) olefin sulphonate, sodium chloride, polyquarternium-7, parfum, honey extract, coco-glucoside (and) glyceryl oleate, hydrolyzed collagen, disodium EDTA, citric acid, methylchloroisthiazolinone, methylisothiazolinone, CI 19140, CI 15985

Color

Green

Orange
Scent
JJJJJ
JJJJJ
Packaging size
JJJJJ
JJJJJ
Moisturizing
JJJJJ
JJJJJ
Non-greasy
JJJJJ
JJJJJ
Cleansing power

JJJJJ

JJJJJ
  
From these two, we preferred the tea tree fresh because of its long-lasting and fragrant scent than the honey. It can be simply compared to the lingering scent of a spa salon. I feel the relaxing power of the tea tree extract that’s why I stay longer in the bathroom whenever I take a bath.


Both have the same results when it comes to moisturizing and cleansing effect and non-greasy feel. Plus, for only P88, it is cheaper than other liquid soaps on the market. From our usage, 1 liter could last one and a half month.     
Overall, I would buy any of the two but with preference for the tea tree variant.  Have you tried this product? How is it?




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