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Dial Review and Giveaway

On February 4th I told you all about Dial's New Vitamin Boost Body Wash and hosted a Snow Day Giveaway. Congratulations, Amanda Effinger, you were the winner of the coupon for a FREE bottle of Dial Vitamin Boost Body Wash! I will be emailing you for delivery information.

I have been using Dial Vitamin Boost Body Wash for the past week. I received the bottle in the mail and immediately popped the top to smell it. It has a fragrance combination of mango and kiwi and smells amazing! Dry skin is a problem in our home, especially with heating with electric heaters. We run a humidifier, but the air is still so dry! Our hair is staticky and our skin is itchy!

I have a particularly tricky dry spot in the middle of my back. I have been vigorously applying the Dial Vitamin Boost Body Wash to it each day as I bathe or shower. I have noticed that my "itchy spot" hasn't been nearly as itchy! I also tried not using my regular moisturizing lotion for a few days after using the Dial Vitamin Boost Body Wash to see if my legs would feel itchy and dry, and they did not! This is not normal for me! After bathing or showering I always have to use lotion or my legs itch!

One final way I have used the Dial Vitamin Boost Body Wash is when I shave my legs and it makes shaving a breeze and keeps my skin silky smooth.

You can visit the Dial website to read all about their varieties of body washes!

I have one remaining coupon for a FREE bottle of Dial Vitamin Boost Lotion Infused Body wash with Amazing B. Please use Rafflecopter below for chances to win! The giveaway will end on Friday, February 28th. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

** Disclaimer: Dial provided me with a free bottle of Vitamin Boost body wash and two coupons to share with my viewers in exchange for sharing the promotion and my opinion. However, all of the opinions expressed here are my own.


  1. I love dial body wash and would definitely use the coupon! :)

  2. We love Dial. Thank you for the giveaway.

  3. Thank you for the giveaway. We love Dial products!

  4. My family loves dial body wash! thanks for the giveaway!

  5. Thanks for the opportunity! Julie

  6. I'd love to try this. It looks like it smells sooo good.

  7. Thanks. I bet it smells good. It would match my shampoo and conditioner I think.

  8. I love Dial - hope to win. Thanks for the giveaway!

  9. i would love to win


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