I have extremely dry skin, especially in the winter, and KP on my arms and legs. This is the only moisturizer I've ever found that actually noticeably moisturizes my skin, both right when I apply it and in the longer term. It absorbs quickly, and I love the relatively neutral smell. HG hand and body moisturizer, for sure.
I got a sample of this to try. The scent is light, fresh and clean. This did a pretty good job of moisturizing, but I found that it took quite a bit of this to really cover my body. Altogether though this is a pretty good lotion at a good price. I do not really believe the claim of repairing a week's worth of damage in one use though.
For me, this moisturizer worked the same as most others. Nothing amazing, but does an ok job on my legs. No strong scent. So far, Johnson & Johnson's Baby Oil with Shea Butter works the best.
I use this on my hands and face with no problem. Very nice lotion, inexpensive but good.
♥ this! Was at my inlaws house and my mama in law gave me a mini version 3oz and l used it up in a week l went out and bought the big pump sized one in Target....l love to use this after l exfoliate before and espeically after l tan...it smells so fresh and powdery clean not greasy and makes my skin smooth...am not sure how if it repairs a week worth of damage but after tanning l sure can use it
Bought this because I couldn't find my regular moisturizer (St. Ives with oatmeal and shea butter). I like the packaging--the pump is so convenient and clean. This wasn't too greasy and soaked in well. I use it after I shave in the shower at night and sleep with it on. Really helps my very dry legs. Took off a lippie because my regular one works just a smidge better.
I had used other Jergens products but was never really that impressed. However, the long dry winter in Boston wrecked havoc with my heels. When I used it, my heels were really dry, cracked, and peeling. The next morning, my skin was so much softer. It still had rough patches but I was really astounded by how moisturizing it was. It feels light and smooth, albeit a little sticky and doesn't dry very quickly. There is a soft fragrance but nothing too offensive for most people. Definite recommendation!
I like this lotion a lot. It moisturizes really well all night & into the next day, especially if you put it on while your skin is still damp. It reminds me a lot of the olay quench lotion that I can never find anymore...It doesnt say on the package but there are sparkles in this lotion. I would give it a 5 if the smell was a lil less strong or it was unscented, It's worth a try tho especially since you can get a huge (25% more free) bottle for 5 bucks at target
I've never been a Jergens fan, but name of this lotion caught my eye along with its claims to repair up to a week's worth of damage in one night. Who wouldn't be curious? What really reeled me in though was its ingredients, primarily the evening primrose extract. I have eczema, and I've read evening primrose is helpful for it. Overall I like this lotion, it's moisturizing, not heavy and has a light pretty floral scent. I use it throughout the day and at night cause I have very dry skin (this is the case with any lotion). Those with normal skin would probably benefit from just using overnight and perhaps if needed after a shower. Also, I found it to be loads better than the Jergen's Ultra Healing lotion which left my skin feeling dry within a few minutes of using it. As for it's claims to repair, I'm not really sure, it does seem to make my skin smoother, but nothing miraculous. I'll most likely repurchase this when it runs out.
This product smells pretty good. I put it on my toes and heels before bed and they are still pretty dry in the morning. I want to like this product, but it's not really working for me. I'll keep trying it until I run out, but probably won't repurchase.