Dial Kids Body & Hair Wash Review
I was sent a bottle of Dial Kids Body & Hair Wash and coupons to give away to facilitate my review. All opinions and belting Diva are my own.
Y'all know I lurve all-in-one products for my own convenience. But if ever there was a demographic that needed all-in-one products, it's kids.
Maybe your kids are different.
Maybe your kids don't rush through the whole bath/shower activity.
Maybe your kids actually rinse all trace of suds from their bodies.
Maybe your kids actually take the time to wash their whole bodies thoroughly.
But if your children are like my child, they make bathing less about the process of getting clean and more about getting their inner Broadway star out. Oh yes, we do some serious belting of ballads in the shower.
That's why I like that there is now Dial for kids.
It's an all-in-one hair and skin care product made especially for kids. It's a nourishing soap that is tear free, hypoallergenic, Ph balanced, and contains no artificial dyes or added parabens.
Diva liked the kid-friendly watermelon scent and thought the bottle looked cool.
I like that there is only one product for her to have to fiddle with in the shower. When there is only one product to use, there is less likelihood of forgetting a product...like shampoo.
So now she truly does have more time for the shower power ballads.
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Thanks for a great giveaway!ReplyDelete
Not yet, but I'm sure they will when they get a bit older! LOL!ReplyDelete
oh yes my 5 year old love to sing in the bath lolReplyDelete
No, lol :) firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Not yet, but he loves to listen to ME sing!ReplyDelete
My son doesn't like to sing and he doesn't like for me to sing either!ReplyDelete
You better believe it.. But don't them I told you, lolReplyDelete
NOt yet....but I do :)ReplyDelete
Not yet, but I know she will. :)ReplyDelete
She has a blast of singing and splashing.ReplyDelete
I have 4 girls 8,7, & 2 1/2 yr old twins. They don't sing much in the tub but boy do they love to splash the water out!ReplyDelete
most of the time, no.ReplyDelete
Yes, they always sing loudly while taking the bath!ReplyDelete
I always heard my daughter singing in the showerReplyDelete
No but they make everything into a race car because the bathtub is a perfect race track!ReplyDelete
once...a few months ago...and she fell in the shower and hasn't tried it again since lolReplyDelete
Haha especially when the new seasons of american idol start up!ReplyDelete
yep.. my youngest stepson does =) You can hear him all the way in the kitchen!ReplyDelete
No right now my son is in scubba diver mod lolReplyDelete
No, my kids doesn'tReplyDelete
Oh yes...... indeed.ReplyDelete
yes - often hymns!ReplyDelete
No, mine plays ninja warrior - can't even count the number of warnings and then ensuing falls...ReplyDelete
Of course, including guitar riffs and banging drums. Shower time is a riot when we try to guess the songs based on the parts we can hear, lolReplyDelete
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No, but my daughter had her ipod listening to music.ReplyDelete
no we do do piggies to wash toesReplyDelete
Not yet but he does truck washes.ReplyDelete
No, they don't, thank goodness.ReplyDelete
my 9 year old son does..he thinks he is a rock star...thanks email@example.comReplyDelete
no but i've noticed lately he has been singing during the day a lot :)ReplyDelete
My son sings the Diego thene song!ReplyDelete
My ten you old will jam out in the bathroom and not even realize he is doing it. it is a little embarrassing when we are in public. Thank youReplyDelete
Yes!! My daughter loves to sing!ReplyDelete
She absolutely does, that is if she isn't performing a monologue in between.ReplyDelete
Yes!! Of course haha.ReplyDelete
My kids don't sing in the shower yet, but they are still young and have a lot of time to develop their voices!ReplyDelete