Disclosure: Dial hooked me up with a bottle of this in exchange for my review. These opinions are my own, though.
Our family went to the Great Smokey Mountains in December of last year. We had a BLAST. I didn’t really think I was much of a nature person, but I thoroughly enjoyed hoofing it through the trails in the mountains. Of course, there was one time I thought we were lost and our bodies weren’t going to be found, but it turns out we were just slow walkers. The time on the sign said the trail would take like 20 minutes and it took us more like 35 minutes. I started to panic just a smidge. Here is a picture of us at one point on the trail.
You like how I tied that jacked around my waist like it’s 1995 don’t you? Anyway, the reason I mention that is because there were some unexpected finds that I enjoyed.
Unexpected find #1- There was a gas station open on Christmas day that sold FRESH, HOT Cinnabons. We thought we weren’t going to be able to eat because everything closed down for Christmas, but we were able to eat Chinese for dinner. My little boy discovered that he likes egg drop soup. He ate like four bowls of it. After that, naturally, we wanted dessert. We wanted ice cream but all the ice cream shops were closed for Christmas. We were driving around and, lo and behold, we saw a gas station that sold Cinnabons. It was like the heavens opened up and light shone down on that gas station. So we were thrilled that the gas station sold Cinnabons, sure enough. But when we went inside and saw that there was a little station for the dude to make the Cinnabons on the spot, we were awed. So that is how we got fresh Cinnabons on Christmas day in the Smokey Mountains.
Unexpected find #2- There was this pancake house we went to that had some awesome scrub stuff that you use on your hands. You were supposed to wash your hand and then use this sugar scrub. They sold the sugar scrub at the restaurant gift shop so they let you try before you were to buy. The scrub was a great at exfoliating and it smelled really nice. I was too
cheap frugal to buy some, but I liked the idea of it. The thing I didn’t like was it left my hands feeling oily. Like can’t turn a door knob oily. Kwim?
So the first thing I thought about when I got the Boutique Collection Sugar Cane Husk Scrub to review was that oily but smell good stuff I used in the Smokies. I wasn’t sure what the Dial hand soap was going to be like. Fortunately, it’s not like that other stuff I tried. The Dial soap scrub is a great way to clean your hands and moisturize them without leaving them feeling oily. Plus, there is the whole exfoliation thing that I love. It’s called a Micro-scrubber. And, of course, it smells delicious. It smells good enough to eat- although I don’t recommend that.
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