Thursday, July 24, 2014

New Dial® Coconut Water Refreshing Mango Body Wash (Review & Giveaway)

As a member of a product reviewing group, I have had the privilege to review for Dial®, a brand under the multi-armed Henkel group. Today we are looking at a new Dial® Body Wash – Dial® Coconut Water Refreshing Mango Body Wash. On a previous review, I looked at another of Dial’s Coconut Water body washes and was very pleased with it. My anticipate was on high level at the opportunity to try the new Coconut Water Mango.

When I have time and opportunity for a refreshing soak 'n read evening, I like to add a bit of body wash to my water. It provides a bit of the bubbly and a refreshing fragrance that enhances the relaxation. I have done this with the new Dial Coconut Water Refreshing Mango Body Wash and was not disappointed.

Next was bathing with it. Again, no disappointment. It is fragrant, cleans well, lathers beautifully, and does not leave my skin feeling dried out or taunt. I'm supposing all this is because it is a hydrating body wash. So I have another good product that I can now recommend to my Chat With Vera readers.

I’m hosting a sweet little giveaway where two (2) of my readers will receive one (1) coupon for a free bottle of this new Dial Coconut Water Refreshing Mango Body Wash.

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From Dial®......
Coconut water is a leading trend known to be rich in antioxidants and electrolytes that help provide replenishing hydration. Mango is known for being nutrient rich and adds a touch of tropical freshness.
At Dial®, we understand how hard it can be to lead a healthy lifestyle. With our new Dial®  Coconut Water Refreshing Mango body wash, we want to help you along the path to healthier skin.
DISCLOSURE: The Dial® brand provided me with a sample of Dial® Coconut Water Refreshing Mango body wash in exchange for a product. However, all the opinions expressed here are my own.


  1. I learned antioxidants are great for your skin to keep it healthy.

  2. Our skin is our first line of defense from environmental factors. It makes sense that to be healthy overall, you need healthy skin.

  3. I learned that UV rays, dry air & chemicals found in swimming pools can rob your skin of essential moisture - so it's important to moisturize throughout the day.

  4. I would love to try this product. Thanks for your review.

  5. I read about the Power Scrub Deep Down Cleansing for men and, at first, I thought that they named it to appeal to men for marketing purposes but the micro scrubbing formula helps remove odor causing germs as well as oils and dirt. I did not realize that bacteria was the cause of body odor (not sweat).

    1. Yes, bacteria can be bad culprits for body odor as well as other issues. However, some people excrete sweat (or as Southern Ladies like to say, perspiration) that is "ripe" or "fragrant" based on foods they eat and their own body chemistry and/or health issues. But none of us enjoy stinky-sweat. :)

  6. I learned that Coconut water is known to be rich in antioxidants and electrolytes which keep our skins young and strong and well nourished!

  7. I learned that you can have clean skin without stripping it so that it is dry. Dial has moisturizers in their products to balance it out.

  8. I did learn that Antioxidants are very important for maintaining healthy skin and Dial has products with this.
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  9. I learned that dial is good for your skin

  10. Dial formulates their soaps with extra moisturizers.

  11. Our skin is our first line of defense from environmental factors

  12. Dial has a fit for every skin need! My son has more sensitive skin than the rest of us so this is great!

  13. I learned that vitamins and moisture Dial soap has is beneficial for the skin! Their Moisturizing Almond Milk also looks like it'd be a great one to try. Thanks for the opportunity!

  14. I learned that all Dial soaps work well in either hard or soft water.

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