Monday, December 3, 2012

Dial Complete Holiday Foaming Hand Wash Review

It's the season for making cookies and crafts, and the season for sniffles and sneezes. So it's also the season for holiday hand washing!

Dial Soap has come out with four darling limited edition holiday designs of their hand soap. The Holiday Collection includes Santa, Snowman, Candy Cane, and Holiday Scene designs.

These decorative bottles contain Dial Complete's #1 doctor recommended antibacterial foaming hand wash. This formula kills 99.99% of germs encountered in the household setting while still being gentle on your skin.

I had the chance to try two of the bottles of the Holiday Collection. Unfortunately, the ones I received were the two that were specific to Christmas: the Santa and the Holiday Scene (i.e., Christmas trees.) I really would have liked to have seen Dial recognize that many of their customers celebrate Chanukah and have included a Chanukah-themed bottle in this collection. 

Still, the soap inside is non-denominational, and it worked great! It was nice and foamy, slightly pink with a wonderful aroma - it smelled like pomegranates to me.  It foamed up nicely and washed off cleanly, with no residue.  And it made me happy to know that I wouldn't pass germs on to my children after I washed up!

So I really enjoyed the product, but not the bottle design.  If you celebrate Christmas, these designs will enhance your household decorations.  If you don't celebrate Christmas, then I would recommend the Snowman design.  But whichever bottle you choose, know that you'll be taking care of your family by providing Dial antibacterial soap for them to wash their hands!

For more information on Dial soaps, visit their website or like them on Facebook.

(Dial provided me with two free samples of their Holiday Foaming Hand Soap for this post.  However, all of the opinions expressed here are my own. Please see my disclosure policy for more information.)


Marthalynn December 4, 2012 at 10:33 AM  

I love these! What a fun addition to your bathroom decor. Sorry you didn't get a more neutral design :( I am gonna pick these up next time I'm at the store!

Anonymous,  December 5, 2012 at 12:03 PM  

We wash our hands a lot, due to our youngest child having had a liver transplant. We do not, however, use anti-bacterial soap. We have really dry skin and our dermatologist said that anti-bacterial soap is the worst thing to use because of how it dries out the skin. He also said that it does not work any better than your regular soap. I do love the designs on the bottles!! Patty K.

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