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Dial For Kids!



Hey Neighbors,

Here are two really great products that I received for review.  (And a #Giveaway too!!)  First is the Dial Foaming Hand Wash.  We have an 8 year old visiting right now, so I am so glad we have have this.  She is constantly having to wash her hands, and this is so gentle on her hands.  It smells good too!  It is Watery Melon.  See how it foams right up in her hands?


Next is the Dial Baby Body + Hair Wash.  Recommended for ages 0-2 years, but also great for slightly older children who need a gentle formula.   This is a tear free, hypoallergenic formula developed with pediatric dermatologists with no parabens, no artificial dyes and it is ph balanced.  Perfect for babies skin.  Fragrance free too!


If you have an infant or young children these would be just what you need.  Children love having their own special products.  I know mine thought it was great to have their own bath products that no one else was supposed to use.

Two neighbors will each receive one coupon for either the Dial Foaming Hand Wash or the Dial Baby Body + Hair Wash.  Hurry up and enter.

Thanks for stopping by today!




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Comments

Lauren said…
I would like to try the Dial body and hair wash.
andrea v said…
I would likethe hand wash for my kids
Leela said…
Dial Baby Body + Hair Wash.
Anonymous said…
I would love their body washes. Patricia
Cherene said…
I would like to try the hand and body wash... Thx! :)
Cherene said…
I would love to try the Hand and Body wash. Thx!! :)
Nancy said…
First I would try the Dial Baby Body Wash + Hair.

Nancy

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