The pear scent remind me of the bath and body works pear scent. My 3 kids learned great hand washing from me, being in healthcare, I wash my hands a zillion times a day. They love the foaming ones because they are more fun. Great giveaway!!
Dial Complete is a foaming handwash that kills more germs than other antibacterial soaps but is mild and gentle enough for kids to use frequently. In fact, it is both antibacterial AND antimicrobial which makes it a good choice for kitchen and bathroom use. My husband liked the look of the plain, clear dispensers of Dial Complete enough to mention it to me and my daughter had to be cautioned not to overuse it because she kept locking herself in the bathroom and having hot tub parties with her dolls and the foamy soap…
There are four fresh fragrances available in Dial Complete, in addition to the Original scent, which reminds me of my ojiisan and obaasan's house for some reason. We tried the Soothing White Tea variety, which has a light, pleasant smell. (Light Citrus, Cool Plum and Fresh Pear are the other fragrances.) Roo LOVES the pump and foaming action as I mentioned before. I like the clean rinse and easy pump, too, but it seems to have a special appeal to kids. Dial Complete has recently launched The Campaign for Clean Hands to teach children the importance of hand hygiene.
The campaign encourages kids to creatively spread the word about cleanliness, which is especially important in school-age kids since flu season is about to hit. The Campaign for Clean Hands site features an old-fashioned arcade-style "germ blaster" video game, printable activities, and a sweepstakes with a great prize. Kids 18 and younger can create a 15-to-30-second long Campaign for Clean Hands video and upload it to YouTube, for the chance to win a trip to Washington, D.C., provided by NWA WorldVacations, and $1,000! All for extolling the virtues of cleanliness– it's a no-brainer!
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