Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System Review And Giveaway

lysol no touch hand soap system

After I make my homemade meatloaf, my hands are a greasy, sticky mess. How I hate touching the faucet or the soap dispenser because I have to clean them up after I clean my hands. Double work but sanitarily necessary until the Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System became available. Here is how No-Touch works: Just wet your hands, place them under the dispenser (WARNING: Do not touch the soap pump), then wash, rinse, then dry them. Sensors in the dispenser automatically sense your hand and apply the right amount of soap on to it.

Finding a place where the children, young and old, would not get a chance to play with it was the only sticking point. I remember the time I brought home an automatic kitchen garbage can that ran on sensors. Everyone loved it so much that I couldn’t keep up with batteries. That time I gave them each a choice–keep hands away or get one for Christmas from me. I hope history does not repeat itself.

The starter kit comes in two scents Soothing Cucumber Splash and Cleansing Green Tea and Ginger. I personally prefer the cucumber because it is so light and fresh. Refills come in Refreshing Grapefruit as well as the same two scents. What I like about the hand soap is that it hasn’t dried out my hands and made them feel rough and scratchy. That is because No-Touch has moisturizers along with its active ingredient antiseptic Benzethonium Chloride 0.13%.

I love the way it kills 99.9% of bacteria including E.coli, Strep, MRSA, VRE, Pseudomonas, and Staphylococcus. Having a no germy soap pump is the way to go. Besides, having less cleanup duty after working in the kitchen is a dream come true. Next shopping trip I am getting another one for the bathroom. You see I hate housework even though I do it.

Look for this hand soap system at grocery, drug, and mass stores nationwide. Its suggested retail price is $14.99; 8.5 ounce refills are $3.99 apiece. For more information, go to


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122 thoughts on “Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System Review And Giveaway

  1. I would put it in my kids bathroom. They are not too good about washing, despite my nagging, so maybe they would think this fun or different enough to actually use some soap.

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