Friday, March 27, 2015

Micro-scrubbers from sugar cane husk clean in moisturizing Dial® Hand Soap [Review & Giveaway]

Growing up Southern in the coastal city of Wilmington, NC I remember lots of things. Going to the grocery store on the corner (we walked) with Mama was a treat. Sometimes she'd buy me a large, red apple. And I remember a few times, they were selling sticks of sugar cane. We would chew on the ends - kind of a chewing, sucking that drew the juice of the cane forth into our mouth. A treat to be sure. But those days are long gone. I haven't seen sugar cane since I was a child.

We are aware that sugar cane is the source of sugar and syrups. And now we have learned that the Dial corporation has incorporated the micro-scrubbers of the cane into a deep conditioning, moisturizing hand soap so that we can get a moist and deep down clean wash each and every time we lather up.

Presented to the consumer in a sleek, modern, abstract shaped bottle that will look lovely on the kitchen or bath counter, this quality soap will make all your hand washing moments sweet and pleasant and really do a good job of cleaning as well.

Dial has long been known for producing quality cleaning soaps. This is true with The Boutique Collection that includes the Sugar Cane Husk Scrub hand soap.
Dial® Healthier Skin. Healthier You.®
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DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary product to facilitate this review as a member of the Purex Insider Blogger group. Opinions expressed are solely my own. I was not compensated for this review.

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