THIS COMBO WILL LEAVE YOUR SKIN SUPER SOFT 🧖🏾
Healthy skin starts with the way you wash it. I make sure that I wash with a soap that is going to improve my skin and follow up with a hydrating moisturizer. Dove - Sensitive Skin Body Wash The sensitive skin formula of this wash is super gentle on the skin and super hydrating. It is a thick white cream that lathers when you rub it into wet skin and that keeps skin feeling soft. The ingredients include sunflower seed oil that has amazing skin benefits: + Moisturizes + High in Vitamins A, C, D & E + Antioxidant + Fights Acne + Reduces signs of aging + Improves skins moisture retention This product is paraben and sulfate free. Dove is my favorite brand for body wash, soap and deodorant. My boyfriend also uses their men’s body wash and he loves it too! I use JERGENS - Original Scent Dry Skin Moisturizer as my daily moisturizer. I love the cherry-almond scent of their original lotion. I go back and forth between their original and their Shea butter product, both are great! This product is also a thick white cream. It doesn’t make my skin feel sticky or provide a high shine. If I am going out I will just a product with a jelly or a thick oil consistency that will give my legs a shiny finish. This lotion contains lanolin oil which helps to heal dry chapped skin and it holds twice its weight in water.
JERGENS-Original Scent Dry Skin Moisturizer
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