Beat Dry Winter Skin with Neutrogena Body Oil! #BYEBYEWINTERSKIN

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After a crazy long summer with summer heat lasting until late October we have been hit quick with a winter chill. The last few weeks it has been exceptionally cold and windy and my skin was paying the price.  On cold winter days my favorite thing to do is unwind at night with a long, hot bubble bath. Unfortunately that can actually make dry winter skin worse stripping it and exacerbating the problem.

I was sent a sample of Neutrogena Body Oil and asked to use it for a week and see how my skin felt. Well I am only on day 6 but I couldn’t wait to share how much I love it. I use body lotion religiously but come winter cold and wind it just doesn’t cut it. I love the Neutrogena oil its so light and it dries very quickly leaving my skin soft and smooth with no sticky or greasy feeling. If you haven’t used a body oil you are missing out. It might sound heavy but its deliciously light and I can’t believe the change in my skin in just 6 days. Instead of blotchy, itchy red skin my skin is soft and smooth. After hoping I out of the shower I apply a bit of oil while my skin is still damp. It amazes me every time how quick it dries. You will love how well this works from your feet to your fingers. And if you really want to indulge  add a few drops to your bath water and sit back and let your skin drink it in.

 

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Neutrogena Body Oil $9.99-$15.99
Body Oil is a delicately light sesame formula that instantly vanishes into the skin, sealing in moisture. Skin feels moisturized, soft, silky and looks radiant.
Lightweight
Absorbs quickly
Available in Original and Fragrance-free

You can purchase Neutrogena products at their website or at your local drugstore or mass retailer.

Disclosure: I was sent  complimentary samples for potential review. I was not paid to write this review and all thoughts and opinions are my own.


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