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Dial Kids Body + Hair Wash Ages 2+

Hi Neighbors!

Here is a really great product for review, Dial Kids. We received the Peachy Clean body wash for children ages 2+. It smells really great!





Dial has been developing trusted personal care products for clean, healthy skin for 65 years. Now they are moving into kid's personal care with their new Dial Kids Body& Hair Wash. Not only that, but they offer age appropriate products. The new line was developed with pediatric dermatologists. They combined the shampoo and body wash to make a GREAT 2 in 1 formula for one speedy step.

Dial Kids Body & Hair Wash is created for those children who have outgrown newborn soaps, yet are not ready for adult strength body and hair products. The product provides gentle cleansing with a nice, pleasant scent. And it is fun for them to have their own nourishing body wash!

Dial Kids Body & Hair Wash is:
Tear free
Hypoallergenic
No artificial dyes or added parabens
Ph balanced

Click on the URL below to enter the Sweepstakes:
http://insiders.purex.com/DialKidsSweeps?id=784

Two of my neighbors will each receive a coupon for a free Dial Kids Body & Hair Wash. Be sure to visit with us here At the Fence soon. We look forward to seeing you!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive product for review purposes. All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.




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Comments

DEBIJOT said…
They use the same shampoo as the adults.
Sandra VanHoey said…
Right now my grandson has J&J and I believe it has bubbles in it.
Nknouse22 said…
Ny kids use different shampoo
D Cheatle said…
The whole family uses the same shampoo

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Momma Told Me said…
They usually use whatever's in the shower.
Coolestmommy said…
They currently use J&J No More Tears, but I'd like to try this one.
rubynreba said…
My granddaughter has her own at home but at our house she uses ours.
Unknown said…
Currently they use Johnson's shampoo the blue one :)
andrea v said…
I still use kids shampoo for my daughter. Right now we are using Johnson and Johnson
MamaStace said…
For my oldest I buy kids suave and my youngest I buy Johnson & Johnson

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MamaStace said…
Following via gfc

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