Dial Soap Is Still #1–And We Helped Them Celebrate With The Launch Of Four Nature-Inspired New Products!

I had a ton of fun at Dial’s recent beauty blogger breakfast at New York Pilates at 262 Bowery on the Lower East Side. The space was beautiful and expansive and seemed to be a small factory that was converted to loft spaces that took up a whole floor each.

Dial treated the 20 or so bloggers to a complementary session on reformer machines (I did not partake as I had work to do before the presentation segment at 9 am). Dial execs from their Scottsdale, AZ headquarters flew in to talk about the four exciting new products being launched and food that was inspired by the new products were served including creamy farm fresh plain yogurt served in half coconuts with edible hibiscus flower. (These were so delicious but I wished there was an easy way to get the coconut meat out of the shell when I was done with the yogurt!)

So Part 1 of the big launch was of two new Dial Complete Moisturizing Body Wash scents–Coconut Milk and Hibiscus Water, both of which are specially formulated to release moisture for up to 12 hours after using. These are actually the very first body washes with 12 hour moisture release and retail for only $4.49 for a 16 ounce bottle in mass merchandiser stores everywhere. Body Wash has existed in the Dial collection for several years but these scents just hit the stores last month.

Part 2 of the big launch are the all-new super delicious smelling Dial Complete Kitchen Foaming Hand Washes in Citrus Sunburst and Fresh Lavender. Both scents are super-fresh and crafted from mainly organic ingredients. Bloggers at the Dial event did the “Lox Test” where they rubbed lox in their hands and they used either foaming hand washes to prove how great they rinse off even the strongest kitchen odors! In my opinion, the greatest things about the Foaming Hand Soap (besides the aforementioned fresh scents and odor elimination) is that you get tons of suds and that they kill 99.99% of common kitchen bacteria including E.Coli, Salmonella, Shigella and Listeria. You can’t beat the price, either at only $2.49 for a 7.5 ounce pump bottle!

I am using all four items right now and loving them–and you only need a little t go a long way. I like the colorful packaging that looks good on your kitchen or shower shelves, too! For more info, go to http://www.dialsoap.com. (You can win these and other great Dial products there as well!) Be sure to check out the wonderful New York Pilates at http://www.newyorkpilates.com as well!)

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