Who invented Dial soap?

Answer Robert E. Casely, a chemist, invented Dial soap. Casely was the first to use a bacteria-killing germicide in soap. Other soaps used a substance that would prevent perspiration from breaking down i... Read More »

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What year was Dial Soap invented?

Dial Soap, especially developed to fight perspiration odor, was introduced by the Armour company in 1948. Besides 14 different oils giving it a light clover scent, Dial had an antibacterial substan... Read More »

Which is a better soap: Dial or Safeguard?

On One Hand: Not All Dial Soap is AntibacterialAntibacterial soaps, wipes and sanitizers are all around, but every day there is mounting evidence showing they do not always do a better job than reg... Read More »

What is in Dial Antibacterial Soap?

The active ingredient in Dial Antibacterial Soap is triclosan, which is the antibacterial agent. The inactive ingredients are as follows: water, sodium laureth sulfate, ammonium lauryl sulfate, dec... Read More »

What Is Dial Soap Made Of?

Dial® soap was introduced in 1948 as a soap that will clean and fight body odor. Now available in bar, liquid and body wash varieties, the classic gold bar is still on the market today. ... Read More »