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Friday, April 5, 2013

Giveaway: New Dial Kids Body + Hair Wash Review


I have 3 FREE coupons to giveaway to 3 of you.  Plus Dial is hosting a sweepstakes too.  Keep reading to find out more.

Kids love bath time.  Let me re-phrase that toddlers love bath time.  Tweens just aren't interested.  By this age it's more a battle of wits to get them to wash the dirt off.
That is until a new product comes along to review.  When they came over and saw the NEW Dial Kids Body + Hair Wash they actually seemed excited to try it out.  Seeing a surf board on the front didn't hurt at all, you know my grands are little surf bums. See they're fighting over who gets to try it first.  Just kidding but they do like to try out the products for me.  

I really do think when kids have "kids' soap or kids' body wash", they're more likely to use them. 
The 2-in-1 formulas combine shampoo and body wash for one speedy step!  Very important for my two.

Developed with pediatric dermatologist, Dial introduces specialized formulas for children ages 2-5 and 6-10, helping parents make smart decisions when it comes to kids' perfect skin.  A few things that the parent will be pleased to hear:
  • Tear free
  • Hypoallergenic
  • No artificial dyes or added parabens
  • Ph balanced

  • Dial Kids meant for ages 2-5, this body wash is perfect for kids that have outgrown traditional newborn soaps, yet are not ready for adult strength body and hair wash.  The Peachy Clean variety provides ultra gentle cleansing with a fun, light scent!


  • Dial Kids meant for ages 6+, this one offers a mild cleansing without drying out your child's delicate skin.   Watery Melon and Berry Cool varieties contain bright, vibrant colors and fun scents that take bath time to a whole new level of fun!
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So the find word from my experts:
  • Ki'a has long hair and hates tangles.  She said it was easy to get the comb through her hair when she was done.  
  • They both loved the Water Melon smell!  
  • The clock was the final word, meaning each of them were in there for more than 5 minutes.  Wow!!!
 
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Okay now it's time for the giveaway fun.  3 Lucky Cotton Pickin Cute readers will each win a FREE coupon for the NEW Dial Kids' Body + Hair Wash.  Y'all know the drill, just enter using the Rafflecopter form below.
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Disclosure: The Dial brand provided me with a sample of Dial Kids Body and Hair Wash in exchange for a product review.  However, all the optinions expressed here are my own. 

28 comments:

  1. With my grandson he has many tub toys, fun bath soap crayons, etc.

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  2. Bath time can be made easier by having fun and laughing with the child while washing him/her.

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  3. I have three boys and a baby girl, so we are all about easy... The two big boys take their own showers in the boys' bathroom, and the youngest boy takes a bath in my bathroom....separation is key to less trouble and more fun.

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  4. I never had to work to make bathtime fun or get the kids in the bath. They both love it. Bubbles, and singing and laughing.

    lilypaddj3 at gmail dot com

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  5. I try to make sure the kids are tired and have some fun toys available.

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  6. Ugh...that is something I struggle with.
    One way I make it more fun for my 7 year old is to time him. "Can he get in and out in seven minutes, but wash from head to toe?"

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  7. we make bath time it into a game where her dino wash cloth has to "eat" all the dirt off of her

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  8. We make bath time more fun by adding bubbles and toys!!
    Nathansmommy619(At)Aol(Dot)com

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  9. Bubble bath!! We have several different color, smell, etc bubble baths.

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  10. We play hair salon! My girls love getting 'spa time'. They get their hair washed, I call them ma'am, and then they each wash their own bodies. It's something fun and lets us have some time together.

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  11. I haven't tried this with my kids yet, but I am excited to test it out!

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  12. i like to make bath time fun by adding bubbles and scents to their water thanks crystal allen

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  13. BUBBLES!
    - Beth Ann Erwin facebook/rafflecopter

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  14. My son never really liked me to help in the tub. But he always likes lots of toys and bubbles :)

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  15. We have a lot of bath toys to make bath time fun.

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  16. We always have TONS of toys in our tub!

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  17. Stock up on the things they love for bath time.

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  18. Keep rotating the toys so there is always something different to play with.

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  19. My kids have a few favorite bath toys that they love to play with.

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  20. I have lots of toys for them and lots of bubbles.

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  21. well, shoot! I'm late for the party here on this one. Snooze you loose I guess lol great review Tracy I love this product for kids. We take this camping for my grandson. Great product of #Dial for #kids

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