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Dial Antibacterial Bar Soap
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Dial Antibacterial Bar Soap

Ingredients


Active Ingredient:
Triclocarban.

Inactive Ingredients:
Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Palm Kernelate (Palm Kernel Oil), Sodium Palmate, Sodium Tallowate, Water, Talc, Coconut Acid, Palm Acid, Tallow Acid, Palm Kernel Acid, PEG 6 Methyl Ether, Fragrance, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Sodium Chloride, Pentasodium Pentetate, Tetrasodium Etidronate, Titanium Dioxide.


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Smelly
Reviewed on July 30, 2015

This soap smells has a very unique scent to it. Also drys out my skin, would not recommend


Good for heavy dirt/grime
Reviewed on July 9, 2014

Use this sparingly. I only resort to using this on my face/neck if I am literally DIRTY. Maybe you have literal dirt/grime on your face, you've been out doing some intense yard work, or have just finished one of those mud runs. This product will work better than your average facial cleanser. Perhaps you went a little heavy on hair grease or oils that are likely to clog pores (e.g. oil sheen, "ethnic" hair care). Use this ONLY on areas where excess oil has touched the skin. Anything further, and this product will over-dry skin and cause it to produce even more sebum that usual.


Not for your face but sure seems like it.
Reviewed on February 3, 2014

I used it to wash my face with this when I was little, you know wash your face before bed and stuff. Every kid did that, but when I was 10, yes 10 I first broke out. I used clearasil, and so on and so fourth from anything that costed less than $30.00 and every topical acne treatment from perscription. then I decided to go back to the back to the basics. soap. this is what I had. I used it and saw results in days. and now my skin is my user name: almost clear


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Reviewed on November 5, 2012

When I first started getting acne my mom handed me this little thing. (she uses it and has perfect skin) I washed my face with it for awhile (it was the only skin product I used) and thought it was fine (since it said antibacterial) I assumed it was doing its job until it broke me out starting my whole struggle with acne. Brought my skin out of balance.

This is more for your hands or body BUT NOT YOUR FACE!