Dry Winter Skin vs. Johnson’s Baby Oil

Johnson's Baby Creamy Oil

Drying my kids off after their baths, I sometimes feel a twinge of jealousy.  Their skin is so soft and smooth!  During the winter months especially, I fight a constant battle with my own dry, sometimes flaky skin.  In the past, I’ve thought of baby oil as something for babies, bodybuilders and tanners.  The new line of products from  Johnson’s Baby Oil is helping me see it in a new light – a powerful ally in my dry skin struggles.  The Shea and Cocoa Butter line includes Baby Oil, Baby Oil Gel and Baby Creamy Oil. Designed to help stop dryness and lock in moisture, the products have been dermatologist and allergy-tested, for use on even the most sensitive skin.

I’m not a fan of products that leave my skin feeling greasy, but find that the Baby Oil and Baby Oil Gel are a great way to seal in moisture after a shower. I prefer the gel, same results, less mess! For anytime use, the Creamy Baby Oil has been a wonderful surprise. I had my doubts about the non greasy claims on the bottle, but I was wrong. It is thick, rubs in easily and leaves my skin soft and noticeably smoother with no greasy feel. I’m a fan! My husband is very sensitive to scents and is not in love with the shea, so I’d love to see an unscented variety. For the record though, I think it smells good!

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.

5 Responses to Dry Winter Skin vs. Johnson’s Baby Oil
  1. melissa
    December 26, 2010 | 7:30 am

    I’m still dealing with A’s eczema and I *hate* baby oil-aftermath. Is this stuff still clear but thicker or does it look more like lotion? We aren’t supposed to use lotion on her yet is why I ask.

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