Dial Miracle Oil Hand Soap Giveaway

Disclosure: I received complimentary samples courtesy of the Dial brand to facilitate my review and giveaway. All opinions are strictly my own and were formed through personal testing of the product. Your results may vary.

I cannot believe just how dry this past winter has left my hands. We battled round after round of strep throat with the girls. And with that came TONS of hand washing. We also used hand sanitizer each time we left the store, pumped gas, etc. The made for some serious drying out of the hands.

I use a lot of lotion and actually have a new one to try out but I never thought to try a hydrating and nourishing hand soap. I just found a new Dial hand soap that is infused with Marula Oil. I’ve never heard of that oil before but it is believed that the infusion in this hand soap will nourish and deeply hydrate your skin while also protecting it from free radicals which damage your skin. Hey, I’m all for that!

Dial Miracle Oil Hand Soap

Some oils are known to absorb deeper into the skin, taking their beneficial nutrients with them and therefore hydrating deeper. I learned this as a soapmaker. I suppose the Marula oil is one of those oils. Honestly, I’d never heard of it before but this is what I found out about it.

According to Wikipedia, Marula Oil:

Marula oil is extracted from the kernels (nuts) of the Marula tree. Marula oil contains a large proportion of monounsaturated fatty acids and natural antioxidants which make the oil very stable.

The Tsonga people of South Africa and Mozambique have used the oil as a moisturising body lotion for women and also as a massage oil for babies. In the past, women used Marula oil rather than water to clean themselves.

Marula oil forms also an important part of people’s diets, especially for people of the Inhambane Province in Mozambique, Owambo in north central Namibia, Northern KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa and the Zvishavane district of Zimbabwe. Furthermore, marula plays an important role in the diet of Bushmen and Bantu tribes. The Venda utilise the oil from the kernels to preserve meat, which enables it to last up to a year. Today, Marula oil is still considered a delicacy by local people, and is added to a wide variety of traditional and modern recipes.


Sounds good to me!

I’ve been using the Dial Miracle Oil Hand Soap for a few days now and I have noticed some improvement. I love the way the soap feels. It is not the least bit greasy. It has a nice, creamy lather and it rinses off very easily. I’ve not had any additional drying of my skin and, in fact, it feels softer and I’m not noticing as much dryness. It already feels softer and more hydrated.

There is also a Dial miracle Oil Body Wash. I didn’t have the privilege of reviewing it but after using the hand soap i am definitely going to be purchasing the body wash and giving it a try!

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I have a coupon to give away so one of my fabulous readers can try Dial Miracle Oil Hand Soap too! To enter, follow the instructions in the Giveaway Tools widget, below. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only please. Giveaway ends 5/1/15.

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15 thoughts on “Dial Miracle Oil Hand Soap Giveaway”

  1. My favorite Dial product is any type of Dial body wash. I love them all and have yet to try one that i didn’t like.

  2. My favorite Dial products are Extra Dry Skin With Shea Butter 7 Day Moisturizing Lotion; Soothing White Tea Antibacterial Foaming Hand Wash; and Triple Moisture Shea, Jojoba & Mango Butter Ultra Moisturizing Body Wash.


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