This Odor-Neutralizing Hand Soap From Amazon Gets Rid of ANY Smell, Including Garlic
I love garlic, but I hate the way it makes my hands smell. I usually give my hands a quick wash after I finish chopping any cloves as I'm prepping dinner, but I could never really get rid of the strong smell until I discovered Kirk's Odor Neutralizing Hydrating Hand Soap. This is not exactly a new discovery — the brand has been around since 1839 — but it's new to me. For the past few months, I've been using the Lemon & Eucalyptus scent in my bathroom and the Rosemary & Sage scent in my kitchen, and is it weird to say I look forward to washing my hands more than I normally would?
The soap has a natural, hypoallergenic formula that's free of sulfates, parabens, phthalates, artificial fragrance, and harsh chemicals, which is something I personally care about as I strive to put more clean products on my skin. It's extremely soft, and while I love the fresh scents, I like that there's a fragrance-free option too. You can find Kirk's in some stores including Whole Foods, but it's also available on Amazon, which is even more convenient. Spaghetti night in my house is now even more enjoyable, thanks to this odor-obliterating soap.