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Why #ApplyBeforeYouDry with Jergens Wet Skin Moisturizer

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I really enjoy testing out new products.  Thanks to Influenster, I can try many great products in the Wellness Voxbox. I’ve shared a few photos of various products on my Instagram account.

Here’s a blog post specifically for JERGENS® Wet Skin™ Moisturizer with Nourishing Monoi Oil.

I don’t have a regular brand of body lotion nor do I use any regularly. Though, I always have various brands in my bathroom. Currently, Aveeno, Olay, Victoria’s Secret, Vaseline, Body Shop, and Bath & Body Works. I don’t have a particular favorite out of these, though I have gravitated towards Aveeno and Neutrogena lately for face.

nourishing-monoi-detailThis formula of moisturizer is made to be applied after showering to lock in moisture while your skin is still wet. One unusual thing about this product is its thinner, more fluid consistency than most body lotions. It also has a light floral scent, most likely from the Monoi Oil – which according to the bottle is “derived from the Tahitian Gardenia flower.”

This oil infusion is meant to lock in moisture with water on your skin. It helps you have more luminous skin and get ready faster. I tend to have dry skin all year long, so this moisturizer is useful one to have. It feels lighter going on and does seem to dry faster.  The lightness of this moisturizer is probably the most noticeable difference from other body lotions.

The scent is very pleasant and my skin does feel better after using it on wet skin. Aside from that, I’m still not sure it made my skin much more luminous. On dry skin, it feels more oily than most lotions. I would probably stick to using it after showering. Overall, it’s a great product I’d recommend for busy people.  It’s also a good lighter, floral scented moisturizers you can use right after showering.

Thanks again to Influenster and Jergens for providing me with this product to review!

 

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