Advantages Lots of uses, adds a 'spark' to a boring night
Sending a man to the shop for make-up remover is not a good idea; the other half brought me back baby oil. I think it cost him about £2 for a little bottle. Needless to say I was not impressed, I had never touched the stuff before in my life and thought that it was only for baby! How wrong I was, the sulking and shouting I put him through had to be made up for later on that night, and I did, in more than one way…It didn’t really do a lot for removing my make-up, but it did remove waterproof mascara exceptionally well, however it did leave my face a little greasy and I soon submerged my head in water, I hate that feeling on my face. But when I had finished drying my face I discovered that it had actually removed the mascara, true my eyes were now stinging but there we go, I suppose it was my own fault for putting water on my face and causing it to run everywhere.
Ok so lets see what we can use baby oil for…Make-up removal – as above it makes a great eye make-up remover but I wouldn’t advise anyone putting it all over their face as it is a little greasy and makes you feel like you need to wash your face a few times to get rid of all the excess oil. I know people who say’s that it doesn’t feel greasy so I suppose it’s personal opinion, I am fussy about what goes on my face!
For baby – I can’t leave this one out naturally this product can be used for massaging your baby (mine liked it but that’s my boyfriend I’m talking about, I’ll explain that later…) and children, as they seem to get all sorts of stuff all over them that dry their skin out. Also I think my mum told me that it can be used for cradle cap.As a moisturiser – well the advert say’s that it locks in 10 times more moisture than normal moisturisers so I suppose that’s a good thing, but naturally having soft skin this was not a priority use for me. But if you have dry skin I suppose it would be a good product.
My ‘experiences’ of baby oil…Since I had a bottle bought for me I thought it was only fair that I find some use for it, especially after it sat in the back of a draw for weeks and weeks. As I said above I used it once, and once only, to get rid of waterproof mascara but was left wondering what to do with the rest of the bottle.
One boring evening my boyfriend was sat next to me, feeling my legs, as usual, and he decided that he wanted to massage them. Fair enough I wasn’t going to complain, on the basis that he did my back too (that’s one of my weaknesses see). So off he went when a flash of inspiration cam across him, he wanted to use baby oil. I was a little sceptical but didn’t need much persuasion to try it out. Off he toddled upstairs for the bottle while I got comfy on the sofa. When he came back I was worried about if it would be cold or not, and when it was put on my legs I decided that it was and nearly screamed, with the shock that is not pleasure! After a few minutes of leg massaging I was getting rather erm ‘worked up’ and so decided that I would allow him to do the very top of my legs, which are normally a no no as it gets me going.
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It's a silky soft moisturizer for silky soft skin. Oil locks in up to ten times more moisture on wet skin than an ordinary lotion can on dry skin...
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