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Dial Coconut Water Body Wash

Body wash is something that comes in and out of this house so fast with five people that I was super excited to get this new Dial Coconut Water Body Wash to try out in my house.
When it first came int he mail I was amazed how large the bottle was! Compared to many of the other body washes we had the value alone was already far superior. Of course like most women the first thing I had to do was crack open the bottle and give it a good smell, with my eyes closed of course. My first impression was it didn't really small like coconut. The smell was very pleasant and tropical. With any product review comes testing of course! What a great excuse for mommy to jump in the shower for some quite time. I really liked how well that the Dial Coconut Water Body Wash lathered it made it ease to use. I have really dry skin, sometimes I have to worry about how dry a product is going to make  it. I got excited when I saw the phrase "Ultra Fresh Hydrating" on the bottle. While obviously it was no miracle worker for my dry skin it left my skin not only looking fresh but smelling great! I highly recommend this product if you are in the market for a fresh new body wash for your family.
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*Dial Soap provided me with a sample of NEW Dial Coconut Water Body Wash in exchange for a product review. However, all opinions expressed here are my own.**

Comments

Tricia said…
I love liquid body wash and this one sounds wonderful. I need some body wash and will look for this. Thanks!
Unknown said…
I love using Dial products, but have always used the bar soap. Time to give this a try!
Melanie Payne said…
I love dial products! Simple, yet gets the job done :)

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