Hand Sanitiser Gel 70ml

£3.75 £3.00

Dickens came of age at the same time London was first hit by a cholera epidemic in 1831 so it is no surprise that throughout his life he was conscious of germs, hygiene and generally fastidious about cleanliness. We are pretty sure had he been in London in 2020, he would have been all over promoting public health messages about wearing masks and regular hand washing.   

Hand Sanitiser Gel

Ingredients: Water, Alcohol 75%, Tea Carbomer, Propylene Glycol, Aloe Barnadensis Leaf Extract

70ml (2.46fl oz)



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