I LOVE LOVE LOVE this spray moisturizer. LOVE.
I hate putting on sticky, greasy moisturizer so I rarely use them. Except now that it's getting to be summer, I need to start doing my spray tans (I live in the Pacific Northwest so I'm about the same color as the underbelly of a dead fish - I am fairly confident my legs could blind someone). And spray tans need to be maintained frequently with moisturizer. Such a pain. Rubbing and rubbing and rubbing thick, greasy goo all over.... It's worth it and all, because a spray tan looks awesome, but the maintenance has given me a sad.
Enter this Vaseline Spray and Go. I spray it on, rub lightly, and am literally done in less than a minute. I was using Hempz to maintain my spray tan, and I still love it for when I have extra time, but in the mornings the VS&G is now my "spray and Go-To!" Fantastic!! And it's great for spot moisturizing - have a dry patch on the feet? Just a little squirt and you're set!
Also, it smells awesome. continued >>
I dont know why people were expecting a fine mist - thats so unrealistic. Even with spray on SPF you have to rub in.
I just spray this & run my hands over it quickly - it takes less than 2 minutes to do my whole body.
It absorbed quickly & I was able to put on tights, pants, whatever on top without feeling sticky or greasy.
i only lotion at night so in the morning I get really lazy but ashy
I got this in the green bottle with the Aloe.
AMAZING for the lazy - don't expect a "fine mist" thats just unrealistic & OVERLY lazy. continued >>
Like some other reviewers, I was kind of bummed out to realize that "Spray & Go" really means "Spray & Rub In & Make Sure You're Not Standing on Linoleum & Then Go." But I could have lived with that-- it IS fast-absorbing, moisturized well, and made me more likely to use it daily-- except that there's so little product in the spray can! After less than 3 weeks of once-daily, not-extravagant use, it ran out. Lousy value for the not extravagant but also not negligible cost. Won't repurchase; I'll just have to take an extra 45 seconds to squeeze lotion out of a bottle or tube and rub it in, rather than spraying it on. continued >>
Not gonna lie!!! I can be lazy some mornings when I get out of the shower, I moisturize my face alllwayyysss but sometimes get dressed without applying body lotion.
This product is a dream come true for anyone who can be lazy or is in a rush in the morning! It sprays on easy absorbs very fast and I barely have to rub it in! I purchased the one in the brown bottle, Its almost like a coconut smell. Its great I will be this as long as it stays on the shelf!
My skin is always a scaly alligator because there is nothing i hate more than greasy, sticky lotion. Enter this magical potion! I spray it on, quickly rub it in, and it's immediately absorbed. It is moisturizing and smells great (I have the yellow bottle that's like wheat oat or something earthy). I have only one complaint, and that's the price. I've only just gotten my first can and I can see myself using it up quickly. I just don't want to be spending eight bucks on a lotion every few weeks (cheap-o!) but I'll just have to get over it because I love it!
I love it! People expect to just spray without rubbing it in, that's not realistic! I love the way it moisturizes my skin and its convenient..
A commercial for this product really caught my interest. Moisterizing is one of those rituals you need to do, but it is a pain. Especially if you want to wear jeans or pants after you apply lotion because it feels filmy.
According to the commercial you can spray and immediately dress and go. REALLY? Because I certainly could not spray and go. I had to spray and stay. It took a few minutes because I needed to rub this into my skin. Once again, the advertising campaign spins the truth.
Granted, I will say that it didn't take as long as an actual lotion to soak into my parched legs, but come on. I was expecting an extremely fine mist.
I gave this a 2 rating because of the lack of truth in advertising. You still have to rub it in a wait a few moments.
The price isn't bad...but I would spend more for a better product.
A 4 for the packaging because I love the concept of a spray moisterizer.
I answered no to repurchase because it didn't deliver on the promise of spray and go. If they change the formula to perform what they say, I'll reconsider.
LOVE THIS. I am one of those people who is often too lazy to apply moisturizer after a shower, and I know it is important, it just takes a while, and I am lazy!! So when I saw this, I thought "that would be perfect for me"! I bought the Cocoa Radiant one- Smells divine! I was already using Vaseline Cocoa Radiant regular body lotion, but this is as easy as it gets, and it really does sink in and moisturize! I get out of the shower, spray this on my arms and chest and tummy, and I barely have to rub it in, just kind of skim my hands over the areas I sprayed, and it has sunk in, and my skin feels MOISTURIZED! I think this is an amazing idea, especially for those of us who think that applying moisturizer all over is SO very daunting! Live it, will always re-purchase!!!
I got this in the aloe (green bottle) for $5 bucks when I had a $1 off coupon. While I enjoy the concept, it doesn't save me any time moisturizing since i still have to rub the product into my skin. It's not a fine mist that I was expecting.
The concept is nice but I think the product stands to be improved. One thing would be to create a bottle with more grip, because once I rub the product in my hands are too slippery to press the spray.
As for the lotion, I think it's quite nice for the upcoming warmer months. It's thin and has a light, pleasant fragrance. I wouldn't be able to use this in the colder seasons because I'd need something much thicker and richer. I have very dry, flaky skin during those months and would probably reach for Vaseline Intensive Rescue.
I wanted to love this because I am just too lazy to moisturize even though my skin needs it pretty badly. I wouldn't buy this again, so maybe I just have to suck it up and moisturize the "old-fashioned" way.
I think this product is a great idea in theory, but I'm not very impressed with it so far... I got the Coco Radiant scent (brown can) for around $5 at CVS. I don't care for the smell. It reminds me of a stinky cocoa butter sunscreen: fine for the beach, but not something I want to smell like 24/7. The lotion is not heavy enough to moisturize well, although it is still very cold here and I do have dry skin. Hopefully it will work better in warmer weather. The nozzle does an okay job spraying. I was worried it would clog terribly, but so far it's just a little inconsistent-- sometimes it comes out heavier, other times a perfect light mist. Annoying, but not a huge deal. My biggest gripe is that you absolutely have to rub this product in after applying it. You unfortunately can't "spray and go," which the name, Vaseline SPRAY & GO, definitely implies. So in the end, it's a neat idea, but it's basically just a marketing gimmick since the lotion doesn't moisturize very well and doesn't save any time since it still has to be rubbed in. I can't figure out yet if I am just disappointed because I had high hopes for the product, or if I genuinely dislike it. Overall, I would say it's just a very average lotion in theoretically awesome packaging. It's not the worst, but I definitely won't repurchase. continued >>