Product Review + Giveaway: Dial’s “New” Sugar Cane Husk Scrub Hand Soap.

I am a Purex Inside blogger. As part of this program get to try new products. Recently had the chance to try a new product from Dial. Dial has this new Boutique Collection, and one their products is the Sugar Cane Husk Scrub hand soap. Luckily I had the change to experience this product & host a giveaway.

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We all wash our hands multiple times per day. Washing your hands frequently has many positive health benefits such as preventing colds & flu. Still all of this hand washing can lead to dry, cracked hands. First thing I noticed about this hand soap has tiny flecks in them. Those tiny flecks are the sugar cane husks. Another thing I noticed is the nice scent. The scent is almost like a almond cookie. Lightly sweet & very pleasant.

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Like using this hand soap. Dial’s Sugar cane hand soap is highly effective at cleaning your hands. I find that the scrubbing agent in this hand soap is the perfect size & amount. Often products with scrubbing agents are to harsh, but not this product. I do wash my hands several times, and often my hands get very dry. This hand soap effectively cleans my hands, but doesn’t dry them out. My hands get nice & clean + hydrated.

After using this product I am big fan of Dial’s Boutique Collection. Currently I have only experienced the Sugar Cane hand soap. This collection has other scents & they are yellow raspberry, water blossom, & coconut lime verbena. Plan to purchase the yellow raspberry next it sounds amazing. Have to say I am no a fan of Dial hand soaps.

Want to thank Purex Insiders for allowing me to try this product & host a giveaway. This product was sent to me complimentary in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for reading this blog post. Stay blessed & good luck my friends.

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