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Because ‘NATURAL’ is the way to ‘NOURISH’

Have you ever experienced having dry skin because your soap or body wash was just too strong for your skin? Or have you ever felt icky and sticky after putting on lotion just to get your skin moisturized?
Having too much chemicals on your skin may not be the right way to take care of it. Being the most visible organ of the body, you need to take extra care of it. So, whether you have skin that is as tough as leather, or as sensitive as a baby’s, the proper care on your skin is important since it is always exposed to harmful elements that may damage and spell illness to your skin.

Bath soaps and body washes are essential to clean your skin from all the dirt and grime you get from your daily activities. However, some soaps and body washes can actually strip off essential oils from the skin that could lead to dryness. One way to address this dilemma is to go natural! This is the perfect way to have your skin clean and nourished for that healthy aura people will notice.
Filipinos are not new to cleansing using natural ingredients. Among others, oats and salts are used for exfoliation, honey for skin rejuvenation, milk for moisture, jasmine for its soothing properties, and flower petals for fragrance and indulgence. What could be new to Filipinos, however, is the use of coconut water in caring for the skin.

For many years, coconuts have been used in so many ways, be it for nutrition, in the household, or in other commercial industries. It is only now that coconut water is being used as an ingredient for body care. One of America’s most trusted body care brands, Dial, came up with the innovative idea of infusing coconut water into our daily body care products like soap and body wash.

The Dial Coconut Water line of body care products is the first of its kind in the market, having coconut water as its primary ingredient in cleansing and caring for the skin. With coconut water found in young green coconuts, complemented by bamboo leaf extract, the Dial Coconut Water soap and body wash are rich in anti-oxidants, which get rid of harmful free-radicals that make skin look old and unhealthy, while the electrolytes in it keep the skin ultra-hydrated and rejuvenated. To top it all off, Dial’s crisp, indulging scent leaves you feeling fresh all day long.

Dial understands that the only way to make your skin refreshed and revitalized from all the stress it takes from the modern lifestyle and environment is to go natural for better nourishment. Your skin is the most noticeable part of your body wherever you go, thus your skin health should be in its tiptop shape all the time.
It only takes one shower using Dial Coconut Water soap and body wash to have that much needed skin care – for a healthier aura people will notice.

Dial Coconut Water is available at all leading supermarkets and department stores in Metro Manila. To know more about Dial, visitwww.dialsoap.com.

Comments

Ben Butler said…
I'm going to have to give this a try. I'm all about all natural whenever possible.
Sandy Olsen said…
I like the Natural cleaning options. I find that as I age hands do tend to get dry with cleaning products.
Marie Moody said…
This stuff smells so good, and really feels good on your skin afterwards, and in fact this is so good that I think I'll put these in my grown daughters Christmas stockings they'll love it ;) Dial does make many kinds and I know I tried this one, and I love the way it feels on my skin... I hate dry skin.
Bonnie Gowen said…
We have tried this and love it. I actually have a bottle in my shower right now.
Patty Woodland said…
I'm glad you found something that works so well for you. I didn't know that coconut water would go into something like this.
Ann B said…
I am going to take a look for this. Most soaps and body washes tend to dry out my skin. This sounds good.
Rebecca Swenor said…
This is awesome and I haven't heard about the coconut water in the Dial products. I will have to try this body wash. Thanks for sharing.
LoriBosworth said…
I've heard about these products, but haven't tried them yet. I love drinking Coconut Water, so I imagine it is just as good to wash with.
Risa Bledsoe said…
I have never heard of this. It sounds so refreshing!
I really want to find these because I've heard so many good things about them. I'm going to Quito this weekend. Hopefully there will be a store selling them.
♥ Vanessa said…
I love coconut water and love that this is has coconut water as an ingredient. I love Dial soap, I use their glycerin soap all of the time. I love the cranberry soap.
My sister would need this because she has sensitive skin that's dry maybe because of the soap she's using. We have to find this in Metro Manila.
My sister would need this because she has sensitive skin that's dry maybe because of the soap she's using. We have to find this in Metro Manila.
Danielle said…
I love this soap so much it smells so good I love all things Dial soap.
I have always been a huge fan of coconut butter, it something I use personally. I really like the idea of a natural soap, as dry hands are no fun!
Ashley Nicholas said…
I really love this brand of body wash! They always smell so good!
Kath Rivera said…
I joined the campaign and haven't receive my samples. I've heard this one is great variant of Dial from my cousins abroad.
Kristen said…
I got this last week and I heart the smell sooo much!
Nile Flores said…
My son like coconut in anything. Me, not so much as everything I use is cherry blossom. lol. Dial actually makes a lot of great products. Growing up, we used a lot of different Dial soaps.

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