One word: backscratcher
Maybe it's two words but around here it's one and it can mean only one thing: Winter.
You see everyone in my family gets dry, itchy skin during the winter. With the heat blasting and us always forgetting to turn the humidistat on - we just can't keep our skin moist and delicious like in the summer when I slather sun lotion on every hour.
And so we scratch.
We fight over the backscratcher. We start on our backs, but then eventually that scratcher is all over us. You can't just stop at your back!
Johnson's Baby Oil now has other good stuff in it!
I was picked to sample the new Shea & Cocoa Butter products of Johnson's baby oil. The set came with baby oil, baby oil gel, and creamy baby oil. Perfect! Something for everyone!
I love the baby oil - I use it to take off makeup, on my nail cuticles, my heels, and especially after the shower. It not only smells slightly of a tropical island (warming me up) but it really takes away the dry skin itch.
The Twofer love the Johnson & Johnson Johnson's Baby Creamy Oil - they get especially dry on ther legs and the tops of their hands. I mean, to the point where the skin is red and raw. The creamy oil wasn't greasy but also was gentle enough that it didn't sting the raw red areas of their hands which can often happen with other lotions.
The Mister doens't know it yet but he's going to love the baby oil gel - as someone who cannot stand greasy lotion, especially in summer, my husband will love the dry feeling of the gel. It goes on smooth AND clear so there isn't all that rubbing in.
Have you tried a scented Johnson's Baby Oil product yet? What other way do you use baby oil?
Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Johnson’s and received the products necessary to facilitate my review. In addition, I received a gift certificate to thank me for taking the time to participate. All opinions are my own and this post was neither approved nor reviewed prior to being published. Some links are affiliate links.