Dial Sugar Cane Husk Scrub Hand Soap Review & Giveaway

Disclaimer: I received a free product for my post! These views are my own and were not 
at all influenced by the party who gave me this opportunity..

Dial Sugar Cane Husk Hand Soap. Click the picture to read the review.Washing your hands is important and you do it many times a day. This is why it is important to find a great soap that has a delightful smell and moisturizes your hands so they do not dry out from all the washing. I have really been in love with the new Dial Sugar Cane Husk Scrub hand soap from their Boutique Collection.

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The Boutique Collection also includes Water Blossoms, Coconut Lime Verbena, and Yellow Raspberry & Black Sugar which I reviewed previously (see review here.) So far, the Sugar Cane Husk Scrub is my favorite.

What I Love

There are so many things I love about this Dial hand soap. I will start with the scent. WOW. The scent is warm and inviting. It is sweet with almost a vanilla aroma and it lingers lightly on your skin for some time. The scent is not overpowering as some can be and I really enjoy it. A lot.

This deep cleansing hand soap not only gives you a good wash for healthy hands, it also treats and replenishes your skin. Its gentle micro-scrubber helps remove dirt and dead skin while the skin conditioner hydrates with refreshing moisture.

The Dial Sugar Cane Husk Scrub has the same sleek bottle of other deep cleansing hand soaps from Dial and displays nicely with most any decor.

What I’m Not Huge On

I truly love this soap and have found nothing I dislike about it. It is amazing. Honestly.

Overall, this Dial Sugar Cane Husk Scrub hand soap is currently my favorite hand soap of all. It helps achieve soft skin and smells amazing.

Bonus Recipe: This soap is already a scrub, but you can get more exfoliation power and some added health benefits with this Lavender Sugar Cane Scrub recipe.
DIY Lavender Sugar Cane Scrub with Dial Soap. Click the picture to view instructions.

DIY Lavender Sugar Cane Scrub

Ingredients

  • About 40 pumps of Dial Sugar Cane Husk hand soap
  • 4 drops lavender essential oil (don’t like lavender? Try adding a few drops of cinnamon essential oil to make a Cinnamon Sugar Scrub!)
  • 4 Tablespoons granulated sugar

Directions

Stir all ingredients together until well-blended. I stored them in a washed baby food jar and added a cute bow (this would make an awesome Mother’s Day gift!) To use, scoop out a small amount using a spoon or wooden scoop or popsicle stick then scrub onto hands and feet. Rinse off when finished.

**Note: If pregnant or breastfeeding, lavender essential oil should be avoided, especially during the first trimester. Cinnamon essential oil should also be avoided during pregnancy. You may leave it out completely or replace with a safer essential oil.

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18 Comments

  1. I love the Coconut Verbena scent

  2. Love the sugar cane husk! As usual fab ideas!!

  3. I haven’t tried any of them yet but it sounds like I should. I don’t care for flowery scents. Vanilla-type and fruit-type ones are usually what I choose.

  4. I like the coconut lime verbena soap

  5. I like the coconut lime verbena hand soap.

  6. Hillary (@Hillary82)

    I like the water blossom scent. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  7. I love just the original dial soap.

  8. I like the Water Blossom scent.

  9. The coconut scent smells great

  10. My favorite Dial hand soap is Soothing White Tea Antibacterial Foaming Hand Wash.

  11. I like the antibacterial one

  12. Yellow Raspberry & Black Sugar.

  13. Leigh Anne Borders

    Coconut Verbena scent seems like it would smell great!

  14. I like almost all the scents!

  15. I love them all, but tend to go with fruity scents the most.

  16. Foaming Spring Water smells good

  17. The coconut lime sounds fantastic.

  18. I love lavender and twilight jasmine – always 😀

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