In the past 10 days or so, we’ve had the most strange, almost tropical-like weather system here in Southern California. We may be used to high temperatures — but what we’re not used to, is high humidity with warm rain. All of my friends and family are commenting that it “feels like Florida” outside. As much as I love Florida (and California needs the rain), sometimes it can feel pretty uncomfortable and sticky. Applying a thick body moisturizer this summer is almost unfathomable, it takes forever to absorb, and there has to be a better way!
There is. I found the most perfect summer moisturizer — Vaseline Intensive Care Aloe Soothe Spray Moisturizer is the solution to all of my summer body hydration woes! It contains micro-droplets of Vaseline jelly, which makes wearing tank tops and shorts more comfortable for me, knowing that I don’t have to use a thick, sticky moisturizer to make my skin look healthy and and smooth.
I have a confession to make — I got a little too much sun on the 4th of July (oops), and I thought this was pretty soothing to apply before I went to bed that night and the next day. It wasn’t a sunburn cure, but it definitely helped make my skin feel less tight and dry, and sleeping that night wasn’t as uncomfortable.
Absorbing in just a few seconds, this light spray is continuous, easy to apply, and quick to dry. I spray my arms and legs, rub it in, and I’m ready to get dressed immediately after. The scent of the pure aloe is very pleasant, and my hands don’t feel sticky after rubbing it in since it’s light. It’s one of my top summer product picks!
You’ll find Vaseline Intensive Care Aloe Soothe Moisturizer at mass retailers nationwide for about $7.99 each.
Have you tried it yet? Well, you can! Leave me a comment on this post with what your favorite feature is from this product — and I’ll pick one winner to try it! On July 30th, I’ll select one person at random as the winner. (Sorry, U.S. only at this time due to shipment type.) One comment/entry per person. Thanks!
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