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REVIEW: Johnson's Baby Lotion on Adult Skin

I am itching to do some makeup EOTDs and LOTDs since a while now but with guests at home I am not getting any time... So for a while you guys are stuck with me doing reviews. Not that my reviews do not need much efforts but as compared to EOTDs and LOTDs, reviews are a little bit less demanding where time constraints are concerned... Don't you agree? :)

Today I shall be reviewing the Johnson's baby lotion and before you raise your eye brows and say to yourself "WTF" let me make it absolutely clear that I bought it when I was out of a moisturiser and needed one pronto! This was the only one available and so I just bought it. I figured if it was good for babies, how could it be bad for me? The truth? Read on ;)

Johnson's Baby Lotion is Clinically proven to be mild and mild it sure is. It has a soft and soothing fragrance, which I love. Once applied it gets absorbed really fast and does not leave a residual oiliness or greasiness. It would be perfect for normal skinned beauties and oily skinned beauties sure can give it a shot for sure. I being dry skinned need to apply it at least thrice consecutively. I need to reapply after about 3-4 hours and that is a bummer especially if I am wearing makeup on top. I hate to re-touch my moisturiser cause it means that I have to wipe away my blush, re-apply the moisturiser and then reapply my blush. Not nice :(

But is seriously is soothing and totally makes my skin glow and look nourished and hydrated.

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Oooohhss And Aaaahhsss!!
1. It gets absorbed immediately and does not leave a greasiness on the face.
2.  Has a very soft and soothing fragrance that lingers on for the whole day!
3. Does not cause any reactions or allergies.
4. If it is mild for a baby then it really couldn't be harsh on your skin!
5. Very easily available in all general as well as medical stores.


Ouches!!
1. Needs reapplying after 3-4 hours.
2. A bit on the expensive side

Price
It costs INR 90/- for 100 ml

Would I Recommend?
I sure would recommend it to people with normal skin hands down! It could even prove to be a boon for oily skinned beauties... Dry skinned beauties if you don't mind reapplying your moisturiser after every 4 hours then you have found yourself a winner but only for Summers! It could in no way battle Winter's dryness!


Overall Rating:
8.5/10

Comments

  1. ooohh this is why ur all glowy glowy :))

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  2. I am having this and time to try now :D :D Thanks for the review

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    1. :) what is your skin type Lancy?

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    2. Mine normal to oily :).. In winters, its just 'normal'

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    3. me tooo..its goood....i like it

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    4. me tooo..its goood....i like it

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  3. Doesnt work for me at all..my skin gets dry after an hour of applying it...

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    1. i get that feeling after about 3-4 hours :( but the first two hours after application is sure bliss :)

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  4. I used to use this 3-4 yrs back totally for the fragrance <3

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    1. i soo know what you mean Pari ;) the fragrance is sooo calming na? :)

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  5. it suits my skin during summers...i need to get one ..the previous bottle finished !

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  6. I use this as a gentle cleanser :)

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  7. I would love to use tis product now
    totaly fit for my skin type
    n even suits my daily routine as i can apply it aftr 4-5 hrs. Without a prob.
    thanks 4 d reviews
    they r realy helpfuk at times ;)

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  8. I use the Johnson's baby aqueous cream for dry skin. It is thicker than the lotion and I find that there is no need to re-apply and it does not make my skin oily. Maybe you will also find the thicker cream better! :)

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