It has a really greasy feeling. It would probably work better in the winter, but it's too greasy and sticky for use in the summer. It even gives a greasy shine on my legs.
There's a review for the creme...so hey why not for the lotion. I recently repurchased this for the first time in several years. Jergens Skin Smoothing Lotion used to be a cheaper alternative..and while not as good as this stuff did the job enough that I continued to repurchase. Jergens then had to go be asses and reformulate and now I refuse to buy the stinky mess they call the Skin Smoothing lotion.
At any rate...I found myself totally excited when at Walmart I discovered they were now selling smaller 4.2 oz bottlesof the Intensive Repair lotion for around $4 instead of the larger bottles for $10-$12. Sure it's worth every penny, but I like to buy the smaller sizes of this stuff because I only use it on my legs and it doesn't take much at all.
I started using this when I was dealing eczema on my legs and I was seemingly also allergic to every lotion known to woman. Well my eczema and allergies are under control now and I still love it. It makes my legs feel like velvet, it's unscented, and it really improves the tone and texture of my skin. There's nothing like using a product and seeing results.
And oh yeah...I've also started using this very lightly on my face. Just a teeny little drop and it's working great. My pores look smaller and my skin already clearer. For me this has really been a miracle product in a lot of ways. continued >>