New Dial Liquid Hand Soap Infused with Marula Oil

Dial Miracle Oil Hand Soap I was recently sent another bottle of liquid hand soap to review. NEW Dial Miracle Oil Hand Soap.

This New hand soap is infused with something called Marula Oil hence the word “miracle” in the name. It also uses something called “Micro Oil Technology” to gently remove dirt from your hands a

Dial Miracle Oil Hand Soap

Marula Oil is extracted from the Marula tree which grows natively in South Africa and Mozambique. It is used in food and in cosmetics and the Dial Company has added this luxurious oil to their hand soap to help keep your hands moisturized.

I received a 7.5oz bottle of this hand soap to try.

First off I really liked the smell of NEW Dial Miracle Oil Hand Soap. It's kind of a warm perfumey scent. And since I don't know my perfume scents I want to classify it in the same type of scent as amber but maybe not as natural. Still I really like it.Dial Miracle Oil Hand Soap in the bathroom

Moisturizing Properties? After using NEW Dial Miracle Oil Hand Soap my hands weren't necessarily super moisturized but I did notice between sniffing that they weren't quite as dry as usual.

This is obviously going to take more research.

I was in a quandry as to where to put this soap. My guests were already testing a different hand soap for me and the scent of this was so nice (the kind where I sniff my hands for a bit after washing them) I wanted to start using it right away. So I ended up putting it in my master bath, by my husband's sink. He's not necessarily as fond of bar soap as I am so I thought I would give him this extra treat. He knows how I feel about soap so he knows this was a special gift.

I would almost put this in a more attractive bottle for the guest bathroom but I don't have one so alas hubby gets it.

Wanna try some ? You can buy NEW Dial Miracle Oil Hand Soap online and at your favorite store.

The Dial brand provided me with a sample of Dial Miracle Oil Hand Soap in Exchange for a product review.  However, all the opinions expressed are my own.

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  1. I’m taking an aromatherapy course and here is some info on marula oil which can be found here – http://www.aromaticsinternational.com/products/carrier-oils-butters/marula-oil-wildcrafted – now these properties below are for marula oil on it’s own, of course.

    Suggested properties and applications:

    Protects and nourishes the skin
    Good for oily skin and hair
    Relieves Dermatitis
    Relieves Eczema
    Relieves Psoriasis
    Helps heal sunburns
    Heals chapped/irritated skin
    Anti-oxidant
    Can be used around the eye area for fine line treatment
    Antibacterial action – used to treat wounds and burns
    Free-radical scavenging properties

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