At our house we go through a lot of bath products. I-don’t-know & Nobody (don’t you just love those invisible people that are responsible for any naughtiness you don’t see firsthand) like to squirt shampoo & body wash along the entire bottom of the bathtub. So when Dial Kid sent us a bottle of Peachy Clean Body+Hair Wash, the twins & I were more than willing to try it out.
I love the scent. It’s not overpowering, but I can still smell it in their hair when they hop in the tub the next night. The twins have slightly sensitive skin & have been using this for about a week now. Neither one has had a breakout so this is something I feel good using on them. Consistency is always another concern. I can’t stand when their shampoo or body wash is too thin and just pours all over. I really liked this because I was able to pour it easily, yet it stayed in my hand even when I angled it a little.
I was worried about washing their hair before taking any pictures, because if a drop of WATER touches their eyes we always have a major meltdown. Needless to say, we aren’t a good judge of the tear-free aspect. It did make a lot of bubbles, as you can see on Gavin’s arm below. Dial Kids definitely received the Double Trouble seal of approval.
For 65 years, the Dial® brand has been developing trusted personal care products for clean, healthy skin. Dial® is excited to announce its entry into the kids’ personal care segment with NEW Dial® Kids Body & Hair Wash that offers age-appropriate variants developed to address the specific skin needs of children. Dial® Kids Peachy Clean for ages 2+, and Dial® Kids Watery Melon for ages 6+.
Because I don’t think they really like anything alike and I’m always told people think they are identical, I’m curious what you think. Can you see a difference between Gavin & Garrett or do you think they are identical?
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