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Dial has introducing some new products in their family of personal care and household items specifically designed for babies and children: Dial Baby Body + Hair Wash and Dial Kids Foaming Hand Wash.
Dial Baby Body + Hair Wash is a gentle baby body wash that can also be used to cleaning your baby's hair as well and is fragrance free, paraben free and hypoallergenic, which is perfect for those with sensitive skin. We tried out the gentle formula recommended for ages 0-2 years. It left all our skin feeling soft and clean without any irritation. Dial also has two additional body + hair washes for kids age 2+ and 6+.
Dial Kids Foaming Hand Wash smells amazing with the refreshing scent of Watery Melon. It is PH balanced and doesn't contain any artificial dyes so it gives you clean hands without drying out your child's (or your) skin. This is definitely a hand wash that would be perfect for the entire family and would make hand washing fun due to the foam and pleasant scent!
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