Dawn Hand Renewal

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I’ve had this bottle of Dawn Hand Renewal sitting on my kitchen sink for a while.  It was sent to me as part of a campaign, and I have been using it, but I hadn’t gotten around to writing about it.  So, here we go.

From the Product Page (that also has a coupon):

With new Dawn PLUS Hand Renewal, you can transform the look and feel of your hands in just five dish washes. Side by side comparisons show that within five uses of Dawn PLUS Hand Renewal, skin feels softer and more beautiful.

Don’t just use a dish soap that’s mild on your skin-try one that actually improves the look and feel of it! Dawn PLUS Hand Renewal is great for hand care and you’ll still get the excellent grease fighting power you’ve come to trust with Dawn.

Enjoy invigorating Pomegranate and Splash with Vitamin E, delicate Lavender and Silk with Vitamin E and soothing Aloe Vera Scent.

I received the Pomegranate and Splash scent (variety?) and, while it doesn’t smell like Pomegranate, it does smell vaguely tropical.  More importantly, it smells good enough to eat.  Yes, when I smell this dish soap, I wish I could eat it.

Dawn products are usually pretty gentle on your skin and they clean just as well as most products, too.  The main component of this campaign was that the Dawn Hand Renewal would improve the look of your hands in just 5 uses.  I did use this dish soap (and no other) for about a week, but I honestly couldn’t tell you if it transformed my hands.  Then again, my hands aren’t particularly dry or flaky, so they were in pretty good condition to begin with.  What I can say is that this is the best smelling dish soap I’ve ever encountered and it does feel softer and more moisturizing, so if you’re looking for a new dish soap I don’t think you can go wrong with this one.

If you do try it out, and you find your hands become softer with use, could you please let me know?

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