Monday, November 24, 2014

Dial Greek Yogurt Nourishing Body Wash Review

I was out practicing some extreme couponing one day and came upon this Dial Greek Yogurt body wash and was just thinking "Why the heck not?" I had a coupon for $1 off, this was already a dollar off and was only going to cost me something like $1.50. I really like my Caress brand body wash as it makes me feel really fancy even though it is a drugstore brand. I'm weird, I know. But Dial brand really makes me think of it as a meh kind of brand. We used to aways have the Dial hand soap in the classroom so I never really reached out and want to actually purchase a boy wash from them. I do not want to be reminded of the hand soap in grade school when I am in the shower. I like feeling fancy. What sold me was the scent, Vanilla Honey. Yumm! 

I like feeling moisturized as well and I like the idea of yogurt in a body wash, it just made it seem more luxurious than what the brand image normally conjures up for me. The scent totally is a dessert I would make for myself when I am trying to eat light but want to have something rich and indulgent. My favorite thing is a nice bowl of original %2 Fage greek yogurt (because plain Fage is for hardcore yogurt lovers who don't want froofy overly sweet berry puree in it. I honestly can't stand most flavored yogurts) and you add a little side-of-the-road or any local honey and some fresh raspberries on top for extra yummy-nes. So yes, it smells like a healthy dessert/snack. 

I do like how moisturizing this is and because it lathers a lot I sometimes use it for a bubble bath after a particularly hard week. There really is nothing better than a soap sud beard and a glass of wine on a Friday night. It is not sulfate free but I guess that's how they get it to suds so much. And wouldn't the sodium chloride (aka salt) dry out the skin eventually? I'm not too sure but I don't use it everyday so I don't think I will have a chance to find out. There's also a couple other questionable ingredients so if you're worried about what goes on your body then maybe tis isn't the body wash for you. I'm not really into the whole all natural and no "bad ingredients" movement but I know others are but I'm not going to sit here and pretend like I know what's good and what isn't. I will never give you info that I have no clue about, I'm still doing my own research and if you're interested you should do so as well. I could never remember everything that is bad for you when I go shopping even when I do my research. I try, but it's a process. 

So overall, I liked it but I want to find something less "bad" for my skin. I will continue to use it as a bubble bath here and there as actual bubble bath products are so dang expensive. Plus they don't get as frothy and I get pretty awesome soap moustaches with this product. 


*This product was bought with my own cash monies with lots of coupons. Coupons are awesome. Thoughts and review came of my own weird thought process. 

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