Dial Sugar Cane Husk Scrub #Review & FLASH GIVEAWAY #Sponsored |We Got the FUNK

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Dial Sugar Cane Husk Scrub #Review & FLASH GIVEAWAY #Sponsored

What a week last week was.  In all the chaos, we had a 2nd birthday party, a trip to get x-rays done (well 2 actually) and two teeth make their way through a front lip.  To say that my kids keep life interesting is an understatement.  With all of this, there was a lot of hand washing to avoid germs and my poor hands dried out and were scaly.  Dial Sugar Cane Husk Scrub came to my rescue and revived and conditioned these poor beaten hands!


Colorado is already a pretty dry climate and add washing my hands consistently as I was handling tons of food for the birthday party and in and out of doctors offices and boy were my hands beaten up.  I just got my new Dial products to try out recently and was elated to see this conditioning sugar scrub in the mix.  I knew that my hands needed something and that lotion was only masking the scaly mess. 


I made sure to give my hands the spa treatment and really test this product out.  I am a huge fan of sugar scrubs but many just add to the drying out effect and I was hopeful that this scrub would really live up to its hype.  I was not disappointed at all, the micro-scrubber effects that were happening on my hand were great and after I rinsed my hands actually felt soft and supple and the scales were all gone!  I am definitely a believer. 

Dial has graciously offered one of my readers a combination of 3 coupons to try out their conditioning Boutique Collection.  What is great is that these are free coupons and you can try out a few different options and scents! 

I am trying something a little different today and doing a 1 day FLASH GIVEAWAY.  The Entries are very easy and a winner will be chosen at midnight tonight!  Good Luck and enter below!




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Disclosure:  The Dial® brand provided me with a sample of Dial® Sugar Cane Husk Scrub Hand Soap in exchange for a product review.  However, all the opinions expressed here are my own.