The Crazy Suburban Mom: Johnson's Baby Oil for big girls

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Sunday, December 5, 2010

Johnson's Baby Oil for big girls

A few weeks ago Mom Central asked if I wanted to try Johnson's New Shea & Cocoa Butter line and I did, it being November at the time and my skin all but drying up and pretty much blowing away.  I don't remember exactly what I said but it was something along the lines of, I don't want to try it; I want to fill a bathtub with it and not come out till April.


 
I know - Everyone's seen baby oil.  It's great right out of the tub, on your feet before bed (cover with socks), and whenever you use it and for whatever you're helping your cuticles.  

But people forget there are a ton of household uses for it; great reasons to keep it around the house - Everything from making homemade baby wipes to shining chrome (I kid you not).  




I'd not seen this form before - It's baby oil in a gel.   Perfect.  It squeezes out without all the messy dripping all over the everything that I always do.   It never fails. I always end up with a greasy container but not with this one.  And this one really, really nice for your feet.

This  last one was a total surprise and I think it's my newest, favoritest hand lotion and I got a few for stocking stuffers.    It's more a thick cream then it sounds like it would be and it's not greasy - Odd, I know but it doesn't leave you're hands greasy and it smells so good.  So very, very good.  I've left this next to my recliner so I don't even have to get up to make my hands smoother.   Or I can just smell it whenever I want.

It smells that good to me.

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.

4 Comments:

natalee 12/5/10, 7:24 PM  

I need this!!!! im soo writing it on my list!!!!!!

Christy 12/6/10, 10:04 AM  

Hehe it's terrible but all I could think while I read this was that John & Johnson wants babies to get nice suntans.

Rachele 12/6/10, 10:37 AM  

Love the smell of the shea and cocoa butter. The gel is thick and and lasts all day. I bet it would be great, heated slightly, for a nice Holiday massage:)

jellybelly 12/7/10, 3:29 AM  

I do love Johnson's baby products and the baby oil gel is perfect, not sticky at all!

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