Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Dial Body Wash Review and Giveaway + the Dial $65k Gold Giveaway!



Dial has been successfully making products for healthy and clean skin for 65 years now. They have introduced several lines of products, including: bar soap, liquid hand soap, foaming hand soap, hand sanitizer, lotion, and body wash. They have a great line of products for men (Dial for Men) and for children (Dial for Kids). They are continuously introducing new scents and new products. It is obvious why they have been a trusted brand for so many years -- they have the quality and the affordability. 

As a member of the Purex Insiders, I was given the opportunity to test two full-sized Dial body wash products, so that I could share my opinion with you. I chose the Coconut Water and the NutriSkin Goji Berry and Orchid.







The Dial Coconut Water Body Wash is a new product that I saw featured on their website. It is the first of its kind and contains an ultra-hydrating bamboo leaf extract, along with the coconut water itself. It was made to leave skin feeling fresh, moisturized, clean, and hydrated. The coconut water is known to contain many antioxidant properties as well as electrolytes; it comes from young, green coconuts. Over the past few years, many coconut products are being manufactured for the body, hair, and even for food, because of the many healthy properties.

It has the following ingredients:  Water, sodium laureth sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, peg-8, fragrance, glycerin, cocos nucifera extract, bambusa vulgaris leaf extract, polyquaternium-10, cocamidopropyl pg-dimonium chloride, isostearamidoproyl morpholine lactate, propylene glycol, dmdm hydantoin, citric acid, tetrasodium edta, sodium chloride, blue 1, red 33




The Dial NutriSkin with fruit oil Goji Berry and Orchid Body Wash is another hydrating and moisturizing product. It contains a clear formula with embedded fruit oil microbeads. Instead of being a "creamy" moisturizing body wash, this has a lighter feel.

It contains the following ingredients: Water, sodium laureth sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine,  acrylates copolymer, fragrance, glycerin, lycium barbarum fruit extract, polyquaternium-7, peg-7 glyceryl oil, gelatin, helianthus annuus seed oil, acacia senegal gum, vitis vinifera seed oil, silica, xanthan gum, tin oxide, dmdm hydantoin, tetrasodium edta, sodium hydroxide, sodium chloride, mica, iron oxides, titanium dioxide, blue 1, red 33

Although I cannot show you pictures of myself using the body wash (for obvious reasons (;), I CAN tell you what I thought about them. I was so excited to receive the body wash that I went out the day I received the coupons and got them. I used one yesterday for my shower and I used the other one today for my shower. When I originally picked out these two body washes, I chose them not only for their formulas but also for their scents! The Goji Berry and Orchid smells like fruity candy, and the Coconut Water smells like a mixture of coconut and a "fresh", cottony scent. I love all products with coconut in them (like coconut oil in my food, or coconut milk for my hair), so that's another reason why I chose that body wash. I'm glad I did, because I felt the same way about it as I do with most of my coconut products. It definitely left my skin feeling fresh, clean, and moisturized. I really do think the coconut extract adds something special to the formula! My skin was very soft and smooth the following day. The Goji Berry and Orchid I also chose because I was attracted to the microbeads. I like that moisture came not in a creamy body wash, but in a thinner, more oily form. This body wash also left my skin feeling moisturized and clean. I love the feeling of the microbead/fruit oil combination. Just a little of both Dial body washes went a long way; it lathers up nicely unlike some cheaper varieties. I also like the fact that Dial costs less than some of the competitor brands, but without compromising quality. 


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I also wanted to let you all know about a great sweepstakes that Dial is sponsoring. It is called the "Dial 65k Gold Giveaway" to commemorate Dial's 65th anniversary, and the prizes include: one grand prize of $65,000 worth of gold and 65 second prizes of a year's supply of Dial Body Wash! The second prize winners will be announced daily from June 16th-August 19th, 2013 -- so hurry up and enter so that you have the best chance of winning! The entry form is very easy, and it can be located here. You can share the sweepstakes through your own social media accounts and be eligible to receive a coupon towards your next purchase.

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Purex Insiders and Dial were also generous enough to offer THREE of my lucky readers a coupon for a free Dial Body Wash. All you need to do is enter on the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open to U.S. readers, 18 and over, unless you have permission from your parents. Please be honest when submitting Rafflecopter entries -- remember, I DO check all of your entries for verification, and I will throw them out if they are false. If the form has a spot for you to enter information, please provide me with the appropriate username, link, etc so that it is easier for me to verify your entries! I will contact the winners via email (so make sure to use one that you check) and you will have 48 hours to respond with your shipping information. If you have any questions or if the Rafflecopter is not working properly, you can always contact me via Facebook or email (links on the sidebar). Good luck!!

I was not monetarily compensated for this review. Purex Insiders sponsored the review post, but my opinions are all my own.  


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14 comments:

  1. I would like to try the coconut water

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  2. I would get the Lavendar & Twilight Jasmine

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  3. I will get the Himalayan Pink Salt and Water Lily

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  4. i would probably pick the coconut but am allergic to sulfur which is in dial body washes so i would give this to my granddaughter which has used dial body washes for years

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  5. I would try the Coconut Water body wash!

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  6. I'd definitely try the Coconut Water.Thank you :)

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  7. Himalayan Pink Salt & Water Lily
    2dogs5catscrew@att.net

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  8. pink salt and water lily
    jessicawedwards@gmail.com

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  9. I would get the coconut water.

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  10. the coconut water

    velvetelvis46@yahoo.com

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  11. Himalayan Pink Salt and Water Lily!!

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