NEWS: Dial For Men Speed Foam Body Wash Foaming Gel Has A Long Name For A Body Wash

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Dial for Men’s Speed Foam Body Wash Foaming Gel has been available for a couple of weeks, but I didn’t notice it until I saw a coupon for it in the Sunday newspaper.

Ever since I learned about it, I’ve been trying to wrap my head around the idea of a foaming gel. So does it work like Edge Shaving Gel, which starts expanding and turning into foam once it’s dispensed?

According to its bottle, it proudly boasts, “No shower pouf needed.” So I guess with Speed Foam, I don’t need any kind of shower pouf or wash cloth to create foam and to clean my body. Instead, I just use my hands.

But without the pouf, how am I going to exfoliate my skin? Also, if I’m using only my hands, how am I going to wash that one spot on my back I can’t quite reach? What about my butt crack? That means I have to wash my butt crack with only my hands. I don’t feel comfortable with that.

With Speed Foam, Dial claims men will reach the ultimate clean faster and easier than ever.

Dial Speed Foam is able to dispense enough foaming gel for 40 washes and comes in three scents: Active Sport, Arctic Refresh, and Ultra Clean. It’s available nationwide for a suggested retail price of $5.99.

One thought to “NEWS: Dial For Men Speed Foam Body Wash Foaming Gel Has A Long Name For A Body Wash”

  1. I have tried this product and don’t know what to think. It foams very nice, but I don’t know how it differs from regular shaving cream. I would like to think that I’m not trying to clean my body with shaving gel, but the stuff looks and smells a lot like shaving cream. I don’t have the time or patience to compare the ingredients with the ones on a bottle of shaving cream.

    And to comment on what the publisher of the thread was saying… Why does it need to “exfoliate”? My whole life I’ve been getting myself clean without “exfoliating” and over the past couple of years, you see this word on half of the bottles of body wash and bar soaps with their “exfoliating beads”. To me it sounds like a term (or idea) that is mostly marketed for the female market and I don’t care to “exfoliate” myself. And usually the whole keeping the buttcrack clean problem is usually a problem that fat people have who get crap stuck between their ass cheeks. I am not overweight and do not have to worry about this, so this Dial product works fine for me without the use of a bathy-poof.

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