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Dial Baby Body + Hair Wash & Dial Kids Foaming Hand Wash Review & Blog Giveaway #spon


I am a Purex Insider and was given the opportunity to join a new opportunity.  I was sent a kit that included a free bottle of Dial Baby Body + Hair Wash and a free bottle of Dial Kids Foaming Hand Wash for my family’s use and review.  All opinions expressed in my post are 100% my own.

Dial Baby Body + Hair Wash

All three of my kids are older.  My youngest is almost 6 and they haven’t used baby bath products in a long time.  Since they have outgrown baby bath products, I gave the bottle to my sister to use with her baby.  So the following opinions about this product are from her.  Before I get started on what she thought about the product, let me tell you a little about it.  It is developed with pediatric dermatologists.  It’s a gentle formula, tear free, and it’s also fragrance free.  It’s definitely fragrance free – I smelled it myself and it literally has no scent to it.  My sister even told me the same thing.  It’s hypoallergenic, no parabens, and is pH balanced.  The age recommendations are from 0 – 2 years old.  This wash is great for baby’s skin and hair both.

It’s a clear wash without artificial dyes and all you need is a little bit to work into a lather with a washcloth.  My sister says that it does lather well but the lather isn’t near as much as an adult body wash or shampoo would be.  Which she says she is actually happy that.  It does clean really well, my little nephew gets squeaky clean and it works really well on his hair too.  She says that his hair is even shiny after washing it.  My sister tells me it doesn’t dry his skin out at all.  His skin feels soft and clean after a bath.  Overall, she’s pretty happy with it!


Dial Kids Foaming Hand Wash

My boys love the Dial Soap Foaming Hand Wash.  It is also gentle on hands and developed with pediatric dermatologists.  It does have a scent – Watery Melon and it really does smell really good.  It is hypoallergenic, no artificial dyes, and is pH balanced.  My boys love that it foams when it pumps out.  They get a kick out of it.  I love it because the soap is easy to control in their hands.  With other non-foaming soaps, they often have soap dripping from their hands.  The pump is really easy to use and the soap dispenses easily with the appropriate amount for them. 

It lathers really well and also cleans dirty hands really good too.  It is not anti-bacterial though.  But it does do really well with washing away dirt after playing outside and washes away markers.  The scent is not strong but it definitely has a noticeable watermelon smell.  My kids love it!

Both products are new and can be purchased for $4.00 or less depending on where you shop.



(3) THREE of my lucky DustinNikki Mommy of Three readers will win a coupon for a FREE bottle of Dial Baby Wash OR Dial Kids Hand Wash!

These coupons do not expire until June 30, 2015.

Giveaway is open to the Cont. USA only due to mailing reasons.

Giveaway ends 5/23/15 @ 11:59pm EST


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About Nicole Anderson

My name is Nicole and I write DustinNikki Mommy of Three. I enjoy writing product reviews and hosting giveaways. I have been married to my high school sweetheart for 20 years and we have three kids. When I am not terribly busy running someone to band or soccer practices, I find some time to write. I also like to write about my kids, family and life. My family enjoys the outdoors - hiking, canoeing, and exploring things we haven't seen or been before. Thanks for stopping by and checking out my blog!
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17 thoughts on “Dial Baby Body + Hair Wash & Dial Kids Foaming Hand Wash Review & Blog Giveaway #spon

  1. I love dial products for adults so i am looking forward to try it for babies and children.

  2. I really like any soap that foams, especially for kids so that they can see where they missed.

  3. There are so many things I like about this product. I love the kid size pump size, that way they don’t have a whole hand full of soap. The watermelon smell would be great too!

  4. We love Dial products. I like both the fresh pear and the coconut water and mango hand soaps.

  5. I LOVE that this is a fragrance free gentle product for babies- we always have a hard time finding a good baby shampoo/soap!

  6. I really want to try the Pura Fruta Papaya & Pineapple Exfoliating Body Wash.

  7. I have used both the bar soap and several of their body washes. I like their products.

  8. I’m a huge Dial fan. I use their body washes and hand soaps. Hubby uses the bar soap. My favorite product of theirs is the coconut water body wash

  9. We are currently using the Dial miracle oil and my kids really like it, especially the older ones

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