Your bathroom cabinet is not complete without a bottle of Johnson’s Baby oil. From the time I can remember, I have always had Johnson’s Baby Oil in my home. I never use it for the intended purpose of moisturizing baby’s skin. I have found it to be useful for other things such as healing cracked elbows and knees, taking off makeup (yes – even Halloween makeup that tends to be thicker) and coating my nose when I have a cold, to protect it from the dry skin that happens from using tissues. Believe it or not, I even use Johnson’s Baby oil for loosening sticky residues from store price stickers on items like picture frames (I learned that neat trick from my mother in law.) So, you can say that Johnson’s Baby oil has MANY uses in our home.
While I am a fan of the orinal scent, which smells like soft powder, Johnson’s also has other scents and varieties such as Shea and Cocoa Butter in Creamy Oil or Oil Gel. These varieties are great for fans of Johnson’s original Baby Oil who are seeking a different scent. You can lock in 10x more moisture than any other moisturizer by using Johnson’s Baby Creamy Oil and Baby Oil Gel. This Valentine’s Day, make sure to keep your skin smooth and silky with the soft aroma of Shea and Cocoa Butter. Plus, you can easily find Johnson’s Baby products on the shelves of your local drugstore at a great price!
Disclosure: I received complimentary products to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own.