i find baby oil great at leaving babies skin soft,just a dd a few drops into babies bath to leave skin soft
a great tip from another member about remving fake tan-i will remember that :)
fantastic at removing cradle cap off babies heads too :)
i find it too greasy to use on myself though
I have used this for an array of reasons, removing cradle cap from my children's scalps, few drops in the bath to moisturise children's skin, massage oil, great for dry skin also if you pop a good few drops into a foot spa, your feet come out moisturised and soft.
Have used it i my own hair when my scalp and hair was dry, takes a good few washes to fully get out though.
- oily and greasy
- overpowering sickly sweet smell
I discovered Johnson’s Baby Oil back in the 90ies when I was a teenager and couldn't get much use of it. However, I can confess that now being twice as old I am not fond of this oil either.
It is too greasy and oily for the oil (forgive my tautology). I mainly used Johnson’s Baby Oil on my legs since the skin was driest there and the results saddened me. It felt like I was massaging real oil (like olive oil or sunflower oil) into my skin because it did not absorb well and had to be dried out using a paper towel. Moreover, the greasiness was difficult to get rid of. I always ended up with the greasy bottle as well while applying its contents. The scent of the oil nauseated me a little being sickly sweet and synthetic. The oil did moisturise skin however all the rest was too much a bother to use it. The price was also appealing thus I had given this product several tries more before giving up on it eventually.