Dial Antibacterial Liquid Hand Soap, White Tea & Vitamin E, 7.5 Fluid Ounces

July 27, 2017 - Comment

Cleansing and conditioning blend together beautifully, in a hand wash that cares for the skin you wash the most. Nourish your hands with white tea antioxidants and essential vitamin e nutrients. This hand soap with moisturizer rinses clean and leaves your hands healthy. Product Features 9.375 Ounce Hand soap with moisturizer Kills 99.9 percent of

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Cleansing and conditioning blend together beautifully, in a hand wash that cares for the skin you wash the most. Nourish your hands with white tea antioxidants and essential vitamin e nutrients. This hand soap with moisturizer rinses clean and leaves your hands healthy.

Product Features

  • 9.375 Ounce
  • Hand soap with moisturizer
  • Kills 99.9 percent of germs (bacteria encountered in household settings)
  • Refill only with dial total clean formula

Comments

vapone says:

FYI regarding active ingerdient changes. Just an FYI. Dial changed the active ingredient in their liquid soap from Triclosan to Benzethonium Chloride. If you refill a dispenser that contained Triclosan with the new ingredient Benzethonium it will react and cause the soap to become watery with white clumps forming on the inside. According to Dial Support, this is not hazardous. So check your dispenser and refill bottle, and if the active ingredients are different, throw the dispenser out and try and find one containing the new active…

duciel218 says:

Great Soap + Great Deal = Doubly Great Purchase! Math ain’t my strong suit, but I read pretty well. When I initially saw “6-pack” and then “52 Ounce” I figured somebody made a typo. Surely this great soap that’s normally sold for about 15 bucks/bottle wasn’t now being offered for what seemed to be a couple of bucks apiece? Since I’d just recently purchased a great new soap dispenser (), I was really looking for the 52 oz. refill…

PattyT says:

No Triclosan. Decent hand soap. I bought the original scent of this Dial soap refill and it is a peach color (which really is unnecessary). I was concerned that it may contain Triclosan but it does NOT. I read the ingredients thoroughly and there is none in the soap. That is good because the ingredient is questionable and I would not want to use the soap if it were the first ingredient as the description claims.This soap lathers fine and is antibacterial. It smells like…soap. Just plain soap. My husband wanted…

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