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... Johnson's Baby oil onto your arms, legs, etc. By doing this when your skin is still damp, it'll seal in the moisture from your shower. Then put on clean cotton socks, pajama pants, and go to sleep for the night. ... (10 replies)
Shaving problems
Feb 6, 2006
... I can't put lotion on my legs for at least an hour after shaving or I get the razor rash like you describe. I think you only tend to get ingrown hairs in areas with curly hair. ... (8 replies)
... Johnson's Baby oil onto your arms, legs, etc. By doing this when your skin is still damp, it'll seal in the moisture from your shower. Then put on clean cotton socks, pajama pants, and go to sleep for the night. ... (10 replies)

... only use oils on the outside of my body that are also good for the INSIDE of my body. Mineral oil is definitely not one of these. ... (16 replies)
... I have the same problem as you. I tend to take long hot shower, and when I get out my skin is so dry it flakes everywhere... especially my arms and legs. ... (32 replies)
... the best overall moisturizer for dry skin is pure Baby Oil. ... (2 replies)
... greasy hair using baby powder absorb some of the oil so their hair doesn't get so greasy throughout the day. ... (3 replies)
... I'm not sure about the face....I saw that you said some of it seems too oily. Maybe use something heavy at night and in the morning use something oil free? ... (10 replies)
... I thought it sounded crazy to put oil on my skin, especially since it's sometimes oily. I am pregnant and wanted very natural products. But the vitamin E oil works wonders!!! Leaves your face soooo soft and it DOES NOT clog your pores. Best to use at night after washing your face and you only need a little. ... (12 replies)
... Well they say that tugging on the skin can cause wrinkles...I don't really know how true that is but the skin under you eyes is very thin. Although baby oil does do a very good job removing all make up, it is nothing more than mineral oil with a nice fragrance added and mineral oil is a petroleum based product. ... (4 replies)
... I always wear waterproof mascara, too. For years I used baby oil on a cotton ball, which worked but I felt gross and greasy. Now I use Signature Club A meltdown creams. ... (13 replies)
... Hi Ladies! I hope you don't mind if yet another woman jumps in here on this conversation. I've been on the computer awhile today, had never read these posts about Dr. ... (130 replies)
... Baby oil on a cotton ball is great for removing waterproof makeup. If it feels too greasy for you, try washing your face after. Another good option is Nivea waterproof makeup remover. It works well and is gentle to the eyes. ... (13 replies)
... Many people are having the same problem with the L'Oreal ST. ... (3 replies)
... Were all doing the same thing here, trying to look better or keep looking good. ... (130 replies)
... i have dry skin, and i have found that toners are necessary for keeping my skin balanced.. ... (3 replies)
... well i have had a baby about 10 months ago. never had breaks out since then all of a sudden i broke out all over and my face and now its calmed down but i still have a couple a breakouts once 1 month and a ton of black heads...... ... (5 replies)
... discount stores because nothing works for me. ... (8 replies)
... I use a baby kabuki brush to apply mine, but some people like to use a flocked sponge, which you can buy at Sally's. ... (16 replies)




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