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Giveaway! (And A Review...)


One of the benefits of being a Purex Insider is getting to try new stuff before everybody else. Recently, I received a bottle of Dial's newest body wash - Coconut Water.  First of all, the smell is absolutely wonderful! It instantly transports you to a Caribbean island... (one where children still stand outside the cabana and scream your name, but I digress...)

Not only does the body wash leave your skin feeling soft and hydrated, but there is also a nice fragrance that perfumes your skin even after you towel off. Even my husband with extremely dry skin was in love with this stuff - his words after using it for the first time: I can't believe my skin feels like I've already put lotion on it, even though I just got out of the shower.

Purex and Dial have generously shared with me not one, but TWO coupons for a FREE bottle of Dial Coconut Water Body Wash to give to some lucky readers of my blog. It's easy to enter the contest, just check out the widget below.

Also, don't forget to head over to the Dial Coconut Water Body Wash Facebook page for the Healthier Skin. Healthier You.® Sweepstakes featuring Dial® Coconut Water Body Wash! One lucky grand prize winner will receive $1,000, while 250 second place winners will receive free Coconut Water Body Wash. Click here entering the contest here!  

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Comments

Carmen said…
This looks really yummy! My husband wants to win!!! :-)
Unknown said…
You'll have to remind me to try this out when I'm home this summer.

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