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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Dial Diaries: Dial Healthier You Skin Nutrition 101 The Dial® Nutriskin Story

The Dial Nutriskin Story

Dial is always looking for new ways to make our customers happy - so when we noticed that we were listening to a pattern of people discussing how greasy and heavy standard moisturizing body washes feel, we sprung into action to look for a solution that would provide moisture but still leave skin feeling light and fresh.


In our research, natural fruit oils quickly emerged as a promising new solution. Fruit oils such as grape, cherry, orange and lemon are imagined to have a ‘lighter’ consistency than other heavier oils and butters, such as the soybean, sunflower, shea and cocoa butter extracts that have been used in moisturizing products for decades. Just as fruit is naturally a low-fat food to eat, it is also ‘light’ on your skin, whereas butters and vegetable oils are high in fat and can give your skin the same heavy, bloated feeling that your stomach would have after eating a high-fat meal.

This makes perfect sense to use oils from fruits which of course will be lighter. I received the Cherry Seed Oil & Mint Body Wash which smells awesome by the way :) I have a review of this product click here to read the review


Both the Grape Seed Oil and Cherry Seed Oil used in the Dial® NutriSkin™ body washes function as emollient oils, which are known to help hydrate skin. These light yet deeply moisturizing oils are captured in micro-beads, which are evenly distributed throughout the formula. The formula also contains a positively charged cationic polymer that attaches to negatively charged skin, which imparts moisturization and gives skin a soft, smooth feel.

All opinions are solely mine & I was not compensated for this post. I did receive a product(s) to properly conduct a review. Most information can be found at DialNutriSkin.com

2 comments:

katklaw777 said...

I found this statement interesting..."Just as fruit is naturally a low-fat food to eat, it is also ‘light’ on your skin, whereas butters and vegetable oils are high in fat and can give your skin the same heavy, bloated feeling. I never thought about oils that way.
It is something to think about.

Tatum said...

It makes sense & I never thought of it that way either