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I recently became a new member of the Purex Insiders! For my first review for them I was sent the new Dial Miracle Oil body wash to try out for myself. I am a big fan of body wash over bar soap because I think it lasts a lot longer and you get more bang for your buck. I love trying out new beauty products so I was pretty excited to see how this body wash would stack up to the ones I have used in the past.
The first thing I noticed about the Dial Miracle Oil body wash was the smell. It is very nice and almost has a citrus smell to it. I can’t put my finger on exactly what it is but I like it. It isn’t a very flowery scent so it can be used by men as well as by women. I feel that this is more of a family body wash that everyone can use. It is infused with Caring Oils that are currently being used in hair care and cosmetics. Apparently this is a new trend that is supposed to form a rich lather and rinse off clean.
I liked that it did have a nice lather and the smell filled my bathroom when I took a shower. The soap rinsed off very nicely and I didn’t feel any residue on my skin. It felt silky smooth and, most importantly, clean. My skin has been really dry this winter but when I dried off I really noticed a difference in my skin. It was smooth and I didn’t need to apply any lotion when I was done. I noticed this after just the first wash!
I am very pleased with the new Dial Miracle Oil body wash. I like that it does what it says it will do and it is by a brand that is very affordable. I will keep using it for the following weeks to see if I notice anymore change in my skin. This is a great product to add to your skin care routine. To learn more about this new body wash you can go to DialSoap.com or check them out on Facebook at Facebook.com/Dial.
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