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Enter to Win Dial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap: Review & Giveaway

One of the things I enjoy about blogging is sharing my thoughts.  I know this page doesn't get a lot of traffic or comments, but I still enjoy doing giveaways for my faithful readers.


Dial® soap has recently come out with a new soap, and I was lucky enough to receive two free bottles to try out at home.  I had my choice of two great scents, but went with the Coconut Lime Verbana, because that's always been a favorite of mine. 

The NEW Dial® Deep Cleansing Hand Soap is the latest Dial® Brand hand soap bringing luxury to your hand washing experience.  This premium soap captures the fragrant essence of freshness, with an exhilarating blend of lime, coconut and verbena. With gentle micro scrubbers, it cleans and moisturizes deeply, for hands that feel sparkling clean.

The kids were excited to try them...







Keira loved that it felt like sand in her hand (the gentle micro-scrubbers!), and the boys liked that the soap was green. After drying their hands, Colin asked what that "yummy" smell was! I could answer that it was the soap.  He sniffed his hands again, then asked if they'd always smell like this.  As long as we use Dial, they will! ;)

The bright colors were a nice touch since it's been a really long and snowy winter.  The green and yellow of the soaps are a nice reminder that spring truly is on her way (despite the impromptu snowstorm we had this morning here in the Midwest)!

The new Dial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap comes in three scents: Coconut Lime Verbana, Yellow Raspberry and Black Sugar, and Water Blossom! Check them out!

Want a Chance to try them for yourself?? Enter the giveaway using the form below for a chance to win a FREE Dial Hand Soap Product coupon!


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Comments

Unknown said…
Black sugar? Now that sounds yummy!
Heather said…
I've tried coconut lime lotion, and I love it - I can only imagine that the soap smells divine too :)
Anonymous said…
My favorite is Coconut Lime Verbena.
Unknown said…
I think coconut lime verbena sounds interesting. I love the smell of verbena and lime. hey, why not add coconut to the mixture.... lol

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