Friday, March 6, 2015

Miracle Oil Body Wash with Marula Oil from Dial {Review & Giveaway}

Don't you just love quality products. Especially the good stuff from a long-time reputable brand at a doesn't-break-the-bank price? I do! And Dial Miracle Oil Body Wash is just that. Dial has produced another fine new produce - Miracle Oil Body Wash with Marula Oil. This body wash feels so very good when you're washing and after. So soothing.

I love the fragrance. Floral. Nice. Rich. Yet, it isn't overcoming to one's senses. It lathers wonderfully creating a soft bubbly wash using a bath poof or wash cloth.

So many of the products on the market today for bath or skin care have fragrances that are simply over powering. But not so with this Dial Miracle Oil Body Wash. I have found the scent to be a feminine and lady-like flora with just a touch some other note I can't distinguish. Just lovely.

It doesn't leave an "oily" residue but rinses off leaving you with refreshingly smooth skin after bath. I found I still need lotion to smooth and hydrate my skin, but this is a very good bath wash.

About Marula Oil: Dial's Miracle Oil body wash is formulated with Micro Oil Technology for a luxurious, clean-rinsing lather that leaves skin feeling clean, soft and smooth. Marula oil is a major trend in hair care and cosmetics now growing in personal care items like body washes and soaps. Marula Oil Fact: Marula Oil comes from the fruit of the Marula tree. It is rich in omega fatty acids, Vitamins E and C, and antioxidants, and known to deeply hydrate and nourish skin.

Just what is Marula Oil? 

The Tsonga people of South Africa and Mozambique have used the oil as a moisturising body lotion for women and also as a massage oil for babies. In the past, women used Marula oil rather than water to clean themselves. Marula oil is extracted from the kernels (nuts) of the Marula tree (Sclerocarya birrea), from the Anacardiaceae family. Marula oil is traditionally used in cosmetics, in food as a cooking oil and as a meat preservative and to treat leather. copied
GIVEAWAY: Two of Chat With Vera's readers will be randomly chosen from the entries in the Rafflecopter form to each receive a 1-free-product coupon. Begins March 6 & ENDS March 18 @ 12:01 a.m. ET. Open to USA addresses only. 
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Did you know that... This past December, employees from Dial’s parent company Henkel and the Fritz Henkel Foundation worked together to donate $15,675 to Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). All donations are being used to support MSF’s Ebola emergency response, which provides funding for treatment and prevention in infected areas. Find out more about MSF and the organization’s work:

DISCLOSURE: As a member of the Purex Insiders Group, I was provided a complimentary product by the Dial company to facilitate this review. I received no compensation for the review. Opinions expressed are solely my own.


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  8. It sounds like this smells delicious! Im going to see if I can find some of this in the store because my skin is super dry because of the winter weather!

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