Johnson’s Baby Oil Gel

The winter season is upon us and although it hasn’t been too cold here in Canada until recently, indoor heating can lead to dry skin. For us darker girls, that means visibly flaking skin which, if left untreated, looks horrible when you’re wearing those black tights that are so popular these days. Finding a moisturizer that lasts all day is a tough job – almost as tough as making time to moisturize daily. Lets face it, some days you just can’t be bothered to get out of the warm shower and stand in a cold bathroom slathering moisturizer on. On those days (or every day if you like) here’s what you do: use Johnson’s Baby Oil Gel right in the shower.
Now, if you haven’t heard of this or seen it, just look for it in the baby care section of your local supermarket or drugstore. It’s basically mostly baby oil with the addition of a couple of other ingredients to make the baby oil into a gel. Works the same way as the original baby oil.
The best way to use this gel is to use it in conjunction with your soap in the shower – not only does this method cut down on time spent in the bathroom but it also ensures that you’re not left with an oily residue that wipes on to your clothes. Lather yourself with your regular soap or body wash and then, before you rinse, slick on this gel. Finally, rinse off the soap and excess oil and get out of the shower. Dry yourself as usual. Chances are that you won’t need a moisturizer after you use this and if you do decide to use one, it’ll go a lot further. I use this every single winter and it really works and once you get the hang of it, you’ll love it too.

Oh, and the Lavender scented one is my favorite – it smells wonderful.
(Picture from drugstore.com).
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2 Responses to Johnson’s Baby Oil Gel

  1. gsquared January 17, 2007 at 9:07 pm #

    this sounds like the perfect cheaper alternative to the L’Occitane amande shower oil I just bought (since everyone is raving about it). thanks for the tip =)

  2. Henna January 18, 2007 at 12:47 am #

    Glad you found the tip helpful!

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