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Dial Kids Body & Hair Wash 6+

Hello Neighbors!

Here is another GREAT Dial Kids product!  This is the Dial Kids Body + Hair Wash for ages 6+.  It is Watery Melon scented.  My daughter really likes the fragrance of this one!  I also think she likes being able to use one bottle for both her hair and her body.  Then of course she also likes that it is hers and she doesn't have to share with anyone else!

From Dial:
Dial® gives kids a choice of lively, freshly scented products specially formulated to keep young skin soft and healthy. So clean can be as good feeling as it is good fun.

Watery Melon is also tear free and hypoallergenic as it was also developed with pediatric dermatologists.  You can rest assured that it is safe for your child's skin.  I know I prefer my daughter to be using something designed for children rather than adults. Plus, like I said she sort of enjoys having her own that no one else is supposed to touch, especially since her slightly older sister has her own products for sensitive skin.

Dial has been in the skin care business for 65 years.  They are a name you can trust when it comes to skin care.  Be sure to visit their Facebook page here and then follow them on Twitter here.

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Now, two neighbors will each receive one coupon for Dial Kids Body + Hair Wash.  Thanks for stopping by and be sure to come back soon!

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 my own.

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Sandra VanHoey said…
For my grandson, he has his own for children
latanya t said…
purchase their own brand
Unknown said…
yes, I do purchase my son's shampoo and soap. For The shampoo I buy what the hairstylist recommends for my son.

Thank you!
Nknouse22 said…
I buy different shampoo for my kids
D Cheatle said…
Everybody in the family just uses whatever is there. Unless someone asks for something special, we all pretty much use the same shampoo/soaps

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Momma Told Me said…
If we find a good deal, they get their own.
Unknown said…
My children use their own special shampoo and body wash. I have something specific for eczema and then some different brand for the shampoo. I LOVE 2 in 1 brands though!
Coolestmommy said…
My oldest uses what's in the shower. My younger two both use a specially formulated child shampoo. It's important to me because they have both been leery of soap burning their eyes so the special shampoo has been a blessing.
rubynreba said…
When my grandchildren shower here they just use ours. It would be nice to have some childrens products.
Unknown said…
I always buy them their own shampoos because they cry when adult shampoo gets in their eyes.
andrea v said…
I buy them their own tear free shampoo
MamaStace said…
Following via gfc


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