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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Keeping Kids Clean and Healthy With Dial Soap for Kids and Babies - Review & 3 Winner Giveaway - ends 5/17 US

Being a mother of six wonderful kids, I know the importance of keeping them clean.  Kids can get into all sorts of things, and it can be quite a challenge to keep our little rascals as clean as possible.  Cleanliness is the first step to being healthy.  Fortunately for us, Dial has made some great products that are meant just for babies and kids.

Here's the newest for Dial Baby - Body and Hair Wash.  Its gentle formula was designed in conjunction with pediatric dermatologists to be safe even for your little newborn.  It is tear-free so if some gets into your baby's eyes, it won't hurt.  There are no artificial dyes and you can see by the photo to the right, that Dial Baby Body and Hair Wash is clear.

  • Gentle Formula
  • Tear Free
  • Hypoallergenic
  • No Parabens
  • pH Balanced
  • For Ages 0 to 2
My mother-in-law gave me the best advice when it came to babies - bathe them before you put them to bed and baby will sleep much more soundly.  This was proven correct for me, and now for my daughter as well.  Yes, even though you may think baby is clean, there is always a little something that can irritate baby.  Dial Baby Body and Hair Wash will gently remove all environmental dirt for a head to toe clean.

Once kids get older, there are out and about everywhere.  It is important to keep their hands clean to prevent the spread of disease and sickness.  Since I received a bottle of Dial Kids Foaming Hand Soap, I can't think of a better hand soap for kids to use.  

Dial developed their Kid's Foaming Hand Wash together with pediatric dermatologists to make it just right for kids skin.  It is hypoallergenic, clear with no artificial dyes, paraben free, and pH balanced.  It has a cool watery-melon scent that my kids just love.  It's fun and it smells terrific.  It's a real winner in my home!

Cleanliness is next to Godliness is not only a good motto, but cleanliness does help stop the spread of diseases and sicknesses.  Here are some great instances when you and your kids should wash your hands to help keep you healthy:
  • After using the bathroom
  • After changing a diaper (wash the diaper-wearer's hands, too.)
  • After touching animals or animal waste
  • Before and after preparing or handling food, especially raw meat, poultry or fish
  • Before eating
  • After shaking hands
  • After blowing your nose
  • After coughing or sneezing into your hands
  • Before and after treating wounds or cuts
  • Before and after touching a sick or injured person
  • After handling money
  • After handling garbage
  • Before inserting or removing contact lenses
  • When using public restrooms
  • After using public transportation
  • Upon awakening in the morning

To make sure your children are washing their hands thoroughly, have them sing a little song while they are washing like "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star."  Whey they are done My kids are reliable hand washers since they were little as my husband and I always would praise them when they washed their hands.  Praise does work! 
Find more information on Dial Soap:

With many thanks to Dial Soap, I have three coupons to give away to three lucky winners.  These coupons are good for One (1) FREE Dial Baby Body + Hair Wash -OR- One (1) FREE Dial Kids Foaming Hand Wash - maximum value: $4.00.

This giveaway will end on May 17, 2015, and is open to US residents only.

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