I have a bit of a hand soap problem, in that I haven’t been allowed to buy anymore in 2014 because I have a decent stockpile to use up. But that doesn’t stop me from reviewing two new ones from Dial. The Dial Deep Cleansing Moisturizing Hand Soaps in Water Blossoms* and Coconut Lime Verbena* are micro-bead infused and smell delicious.
Dial Deep Cleansing Moisturizing Hand Soaps are similar to the deep cleansing format from Bath and Body Works where it is a gel but with very tiny beads in it, however I do feel like these have significantly fewer beads and they are smaller. I know some people are annoyed trying to rinse beads from the BBW soaps down the drain and although I’ve never had an issue with that, I don’t think you would have the same problem with these Dial soaps.
I like using the Dial Deep Cleansing Moisturizing Hand Soap in Coconut Lime Verbena in my kitchen (and so does my boyfriend, there’s a decent amount already missing!). I actually don’t like the scent coconut, but this combines with the lime for something really refreshing that reminds me a bit of a margarita. The scent is fresh and delicious and doesn’t have that overly artificial coconut element I sometimes encounter. However, the coconut does help soften the lime and the end result is a great, summery scent. Now the weather just needs to catch up.
I’ve been keeping the Dial Deep Cleansing Moisturizing Hand Soap in Water Blossoms in my bathroom, because it is such a cool, relaxing scent. I was instantly hooked on this one when I smelled it, and something I love about these soaps is that the scent does stick around on your hands afterwards. Water Blossoms is a scent inspired by water lilies, and that’s definitely what I get from it. It’s a perfect clean bathroom scent and I really like using it.
In addition to having great scents that stick around (but don’t overwhelm) on hands for awhile after use, Dial Deep Cleansing Moisturizing Hand Soaps lather well and despite having a more jelly-like consistency (rather than being creamy) definitely aren’t drying. There aren’t a ton of beads in them, as you can tell from the swatches, so I don’t know exactly how much of an impact they have, but the end result is very clean hands!
Dial Deep Cleansing Moisturizing Hand Soaps are extremely affordable, with a retail price of $2.99-3.99 for 236mL. In addition to the Coconut Lime Verbena and Water Blossoms, there is also Yellow Raspberry which sounds delicious and I would definitely be interested in grabbing (apparently it is the perfect kitchen scent!) once I finish up some more of my hand soaps. I am very happy with both the scent and overall product and would easily recommend Dial Deep Cleansing Moisturizing Hand Soaps.
Have you tried any Dial hand soaps? What hand soap do you usually buy?