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Dial Sugar Cane Husk Scrub Hand Soap



Hi neighbors!

Great to see you you out today!  I have another excellent product to share with you.  It is a Dial Deep Cleansing Moisturizing Hand Soap.  The Sugar Cane Husk Scrub is new from Dial.  Using the Sugar Cane husk scrub, you will clean, moisturize and scrub your skin overtime you wash your hands!



This pleasantly fragrant hand soap comes in a pump bottle to leave beside your sink.  I am thinking of leaving mine near my kitchen sink as I often wash my hands there during meal prep and/or cleanup.  After washing your hands you have a gentle vanilla type scent left behind.  I like this because strong scents often give me a headache.



The micro scrubbers are tiny and can barely be felt, yet your hands will feel the difference.  I have found my hands feel soft and smooth after using the Dial Sugar Cane Husk Scrub.  I recommend keeping a bottle or two on hand.

Two neighbors will each receive one coupon good for a free bottle of the Dial Hand Soap.  Take a moment to enter and thank you for stopping by!  See you soon.


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Comments

andrea v said…
I would like softer hands and my husband really needs to try this.
latanya t said…
I like that it almost like a sugar scrub for your hands
laborders2000 said…
I would love to try this for the micro scrubbers and the scent.
Jennifer Wilson said…
I've already tried this and absolutely love it, so I'd love to win it because I know I already like it! :)
pmj said…
I would like to try this product, the name sounds delightful.
Linda Szymoniak said…
I work in animal rescue and have five dogs and three cats of my own, so I'm constantly washing my hands. They get especially bad over the winter months but I still get very dry skin the rest of the year. I find that an exfoliating hand wash followed by lotion is the BEST way to keep my hands conditioned. I really love Dial products and have been wanting to try this one.
Marti Tabora said…
I would like to try it because it sounds really good and I would love to see if it would help keep my hands softer.
Jackie said…
I'd like to try it because it sounds like a nice scent, and I like hand soaps that are moisturizing.
Thank you
kelly tupick said…
I have yet to try this and the scent sounds really good. I've always love Dial products and i have no doubt this will be just as good.
bettycd said…
I'm betting those microscrubbers would be effective when you get garlic or onion on your hands. And thanks for the review = while I enjoy scented products it does not mean you want them to be strong.
Barbara Montag said…
I'd like to try this because Dial is our soap of choice.
thank you
D Cheatle said…
I've tried the other 3 scents in this line and I really enjoyed them all. I would love to try this one as well
Susan Christy said…
I'd like to try this to see if it helps my cuticles.
Shelly Leatham said…
The scrub sounds great for washing my hands after gardening!
scottsgal said…

we use Dial bar soap and like the product line so would like to try this as well
Nancy said…
We have used Dial products for years. I am always glad to try one of their new products!
I am always down to try new things.
Anonymous said…
I would love to try this! I love trying out new products!

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