Johnson's Baby Oil - Aloe Vera // Review

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I have been a fan and strong supporter of beauty oils since I was a teenager. Although I had an oily skin on my face and body (still do) and fairly oily scalp, I figured out right from the beginning that if you use oils correctly you can only get benefited from them. I have been devotedly using all kinds of beauty oils, for face, body and hair, but today I am going to talk to you about a body oil that I have loved for so long.

Johnson's Baby Oil is the one that I first ever tried. Going down the memory lane, I remember I was 15 and got a nasty sunburn on my shoulders and my chest, probably because I did not apply my sunscreen properly. A very kind and beautiful, in her early-40s, family friend suggested that I should use her Johnson's Baby Oil after the shower and with my skin still wet, in order to sooth the burn and help the skin not to flake later. She also said that I could use this product every time I took a shower, any time and any season, and that I would thank her later. Well, thank you so much, from the bottom of my heart. I am so sorry that I don't remember your name, but I do remember your face and your precious beauty advice that I still cherish after 25 years.

How I use it
Exactly the way that the kind lady told me to. I apply it after the shower all over my body, from the neck down, when my skin is clean but still wet and do a soft massage. Then dry my skin with a towel, with soft touches.

When do I use it
Every time I take a shower. That way my skin stays soft and elastic all year round.

Doesn't matter if you buy the pink, purple, yellow (chamomile) or green one (aloe vera). I use them all in rotation. I have been using Johnson's Baby Oil for a quarter of a century. It is affordable and a product that has proven its efficacy. I would suggest it to everyone at any age. Try it and you will thank me later...

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