Johnson’s Shea & Cocoa Butter Baby Oil Products Review

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Winter for us equals really dry skin.  The kind that doesn’t typically go away with a simple lotion.  We were sent samples of Johnson’s Baby Oil, Johnson’s Baby Oil Gel and Johnson’s Baby Creamy Oil to try out.  I really liked using the Oil Gel after getting out the shower.  While it is greasy, it really sealed in the moisture until the next day.  It is so much thicker that I didn’t have to worry about putting it in my hand.

The creamy oil came in handy with our toddler’s cradle cap.  She’s had it for a while, and when I used this to massage her head, it made it much easier for the flakes to come off after her shower.  It also made her smell really good, too.  It also works really well on dry skin.

The baby oil is good, too.  For me, it’s just harder to use because it’s so liquidy.  The smell is nicer and less “baby” smelling than the traditional baby oil.

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“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.”


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4 Comments

  1. Shea butter one–I use something almost exactly like it everyday for my dry skin. Plus it smells great (:

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