I suffer from seasonal dry skin every winter. Even though this winter has been much milder than most, the heat still kicks on pretty regularly and being in and out of schools all day, I wash my hands a LOT. As a result, I often feel like I am wearing gloves two sizes too small due to dry skin.
When I learned that Dial™ had come out with a new line of hand and body lotion that promises to pamper your skin, I was anxious to try it out. Luckily, one of our local Walmarts was holding in store demonstrations, so we got to try it before we bought it. Jay and I have different requirements for lotion. Since I’m on the go a lot and always using my electronic devices or computer, I want something that will soak in quickly and not feel greasy. Jay’s only requirement is that he not smell like a girl! Neither of us have especially sensitive skin, so that is not a concern.
We headed to Walmart to find the demonstration display. The gentleman running the display was super friendly and helpful! Right away, he started telling Jay about the Dial™NutriSkin™ men’s line and how great it smelled. Jay was doubtful, but gave it a try. We both agreed that the scent was very “manly”. Jay also liked that it absorbed quickly and didn’t leave a greasy residue on his hands.
I tried the formulation for extra dry skin and noticed immediate improvement in my skin. The scent was light and not at all perfume-y and it did soak in very quickly. The gentleman provided us with a few $1 off coupons, which we appreciated. We headed down the skin care aisle near the pharmacy to scope out the product on the shelf.
I found a smaller, more portable size (perfect for a purse or bag) for only $1.97. With the coupon we had received, it was only .97 which is an absolute steal!
For our full shopping experience (and what else we bought), be sure to check out the rest of our shopping pictures!
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This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #CBias. As always, all opinions are my own.