Dial has launched concentrated refill packets for their foaming hand wash products. The packets mix with water in less than one minute to make a full-size bottle of Dial Foaming Hand Wash.
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The brand is also partnering with TerraCycle to make the recycling process easier for Dial's pumps, caps, bar packaging and concentrated refill packets.
Meanwhile, the regular Dial liquid hand soap refills use Plastic Bank plastic. Per the brand, "This sustainable switch will help save over 6 million pounds of carbon emissions in 2022..."
In addition, the cartons are made with 100% paper-based cardboard.
All told, the Dial Foaming Hand Wash Concentrated Refills reportedly cut carbon emissions in transportation by 85%.
The refills are available in three scent variants: Aloe, Lavender and Sea Breeze.
Starter Kit three packs retail for $4.97, while 2 Pack Refills retail for $3.47.
The SKUs are being carried at major drugstores, per the company.
es have been redesigned to be made with 100% social plastic from Plastic Bank, helping save over six million pounds of carbon emissions in 2022 by using 100% PCR. The new Concentrated Refills do not contain material from Plastic Bank.
Dial's concentrated refills are said to help reduce carbon emissions in transportation by 85%.
The refills are available in three scents:
- Sea Breeze
Each refill is free from:
- SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate)
- SLES (sodium laureth sulfate)