Beauty regimen

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  1. annieloulaurel profile image59
    annieloulaurelposted 8 years ago

    I regularly use lotion on my body. However, I kind of notice that some lotions are not that effective in retaining moisture. Can you suggest some best products that offer highest moisturizer content?

    1. VIVALARAWR profile image47
      VIVALARAWRposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Coco Butter lotion. I use it myself and it works for me. Also a loofah can help unblock pores and let moisture in. Hope this helps, and check out some of my hubs, thanks bye!


    2. YouReviewAging profile image61
      YouReviewAgingposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Clarins has a good product called Clarins Moisture-Rich Body Lotion. It was one of the highest rated on Sephora.

    3. AshleyRB profile image60
      AshleyRBposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Pure Shea Butter, Virgin Oil Oil, Pure Coconut Oil.
      Anything pure really. The funny thing is that body lotions contain very little moisturizing ingredients and more chemicals. How else would they make a profit? Even petroleum jelly is better. You can use it at night and you will be soft in the morning.

      Trust me I have eczema and I KNOW dry skin lol

    4. Spider Girl profile image65
      Spider Girlposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      You should go for body butters instead of lotions.

  2. profile image49
    Nikkipageposted 8 years ago

    Try Johnsons's Baby oil Gel - will retain moisture, and after a week of using it you will notice a dramatic difference in your skin..

    1. Midnight Oil profile image80
      Midnight Oilposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      ...and it's probably a lot cheaper than the 'fashionable'  moisturizers too.... wink

  3. yenajeon profile image83
    yenajeonposted 8 years ago

    Try a lotion containing real aloe! It's is a huge help in retaining moisture for skin!

    1. camlo profile image88
      camloposted 8 years ago

      Try a product containing 5 - 10% Urea. It's a great help, in the short and long term.

    2. Calgarz profile image60
      Calgarzposted 8 years ago

      I like Jason's Cocoa butter stick from Healthy Options. It is light and does great job in nourishing the skin. I also like Jergen's Ultra Healing---the unscented one. Also, almond oil and olive oil in their purest form.

    3. Calgarz profile image60
      Calgarzposted 8 years ago

      Oh I forgot to mention the Body Butters from Bath and Body Works. I like Warm Vanilla Sugar. It really soothes the skin. I love it.


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