Saturday, March 30, 2013

Dial Kids Body + Hair Wash Review and Giveaway




Dial is the most trusted brand for kids' skin.

For 65 years, the Dial brand has been developing trusted personal care products for clean, healthy skin. Dial is excited to announce its entry into the kids' personal care segment with NEW Dial Kids Body & Hair Wash that offers age-appropriate variants developed to address the specify skin needs of children.  Dial Kids Peachy Clean for ages 2+, and Dial Kids Watery Melon for ages 6+.

Developed with pediatric dermatologists, Dial introduces specialized formulas for children ages 2-5 and 6-10, helping parents make smart decisions when it comes to kids' perfect skin.  The 2-in-1 formulas combine shampoo and body wash for one speedy step!

Make bath-time fun with NEW Dial Kids Body & Hair Wash!

Ages 2+ - Meant for children ages 2-5, this body wash is perfect for kids that have outgrown traditional newborn soaps, yet are not ready for adult strength body and hair wash.  The Peachy Clean variant provides ultra gentle cleansing with a fun, light scent.

Ages 6+ - For children ages 6+. Dial offers mild cleansing without drying out your child's delicate skin.  Watery Melon and Berry Cool variants contain bright, vibrant colors and fun scents that take bath time to a whole new level of fun!

Available at your local retailer's Kids' cleansing or Body Wash section.

ALL Dial Kids:
-Tear Free
-Hypoallergenic
-No artificial dyes or added parabens
-Ph balanced

MY TAKE
I have to say....first of all, I loved the scent.  I was sent the Watery Melon...and I love it as does everyone in the family!  It even makes the bathroom smell good after we use it!

My kids have EXTREMELY sensitive skin, so I was very wary about using a new product.  Even as babies I was unable to use Johnsons.  I have used Dove for them since we discovered their skin troubles.  BUT...I thought I would give it a try.  So far...so good.  We haven't had any skin outbreaks yet!  It seems very gentle and it doesn't seem to dry them out at all.

The ONLY issue I really have with it is that yes...it is a shampoo...but it IS NOT a conditioner as well.  For the boys it worked GREAT!  But...I have one daughter with super long hair.  It was a wonderful shampoo...but she really needs conditioner to make it nice and silky to comb through after her bath.  So...if you have all girls, I might not recommend this...unless you want to buy a separate conditioner.

Otherwise....a definite MUST TRY!


Make sure you go to their website HERE for a chance to win $1,000 OR a free bottle of Dial for you to try yourself!!!


*The Dial brand provided me with a sample of Dial Kids Body and Hair Wash in exchange for a product review.  However, all the opinions expressed here are my own.

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10 comments:

  1. I have to have leave in conditioner for my hair and detangler for the kids.

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  2. Definitely have to have a conditioner. Otherwise the comb just isn't going to get through the knots!

    lilypaddj3 at gmail dot com

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  3. Definitely need a decent conditioner and soaps I'm not too picky about, I just prefer a body wash vs. soap. :)

    zueblue22 at yahoo dot com

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  4. My hair requires conditioning or it is very dry and unmanagable

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  5. I can't live without the detangling spray for my daughter.

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  6. John Frieda root awakening shampoo, it's great for my hair and smells so good.

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  7. I like to have Dove Body Wash for myself.

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  8. Can't live without Dove soap, and also Dove Shampoo and conditioner.

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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