Johnson’s Baby Oil Review

Johnson’s Baby Oil Review

As we had discussions here in IMBB regarding how new borns get heaps of Johnsons products like their soap, oil, shampoo, etc and thus here is the review of one such product that I got, I mean Neya got as a gift. Next to the Johnsons Baby Soap the most used product by me is Johnsons Baby Oil. Yes most used by “Me” and not Neya. Doctor advised me to use Olive Oil and Almond Oil for massage and when I asked about Johnson’s Baby Oil, she was like “Who is that Johnson?” So it was obvious that Almond and Olive Oil were better for the kid and thus I ended up using the Johnson’s baby oil.

johnsons baby oil

I have a dry skin and I can’t step out of the house without a moisturizer. Very rarely my moisturizers help me throughout the day. Towards end of the day my skin again starts longing for some more lotion. So before going to bed I used to apply some oil all over my arms and legs. Now I am using the Johnsons Baby oil as an alternative for night lotions/oils.

The Johnson’s Baby Oil is pure, mild and gentle. Contains Aloe Vera extract and Vitamin E acetate. Apply gently in small quantities using firm but gentle strokes, before bath and for moisturising after bath. Mildly perfumed. Non-staining.

johnsons baby oil

Ingredients – Mineral Oil, Aloe Barbadensis extract, Vitamin E Acetate, Fragrance.

100 ml of Johnson’s Baby Oil costs Rs.77.

I take a small amount in my palms and rub it all over evenly. This oil is completely non-sticky and my skin absorbs this immediately leaving a mild shine. Since my skin is very dry during winters how much ever I apply I don’t feel like I have applied enough. This might be due to the reason that I got used to the normal oil that leaves intense shine unlike the baby oil.

Pros of Johnson’s Baby Oil

• Very light and gets easily absorbed.
• Not at all sticky.
• Best moisturising oil for any skin type.
• Comes in a transparent bottle and hence I know how much is left over.
• One bottle lasts long in spite of me layering it again and again.
• Easily available.
• Has a mild fragrance and thus not at all disturbing.

Cons of Johnson’s baby Oil

• This oil won’t help my dry skin during winters.

My Rating – 4/5

Will I repurchase? – I need not repurchase, I have heaps left out . 🙂

Have you used Johnson’s Baby Oil ? please rate in the box below


39 thoughts on “Johnson’s Baby Oil Review

  1. Aarthi….even I am not using Johnson;s oil for aarohan……doctor advised against it….I am using it myself…. :woot: :woot: :woot:

  2. I use J&J oil as my makeup remover.. It’s the most gentle and effective makeup remover EVER!!!! I love it better than any makeup remover and I am least likely to buy any other now..

    Aarthi as i have dry skin too, I’ll advise you to try this for makeup removal, as most cleansers leave my skin dry, but this doesn’t. :toothygrin: :toothygrin: :toothygrin: :toothygrin:

  3. I love this oil. Use it for removing makeup, and body oil for winters, for feet.. just love it. I find it very light considering it is an “oil” 🙂

  4. y did the doc say “no” to Johnson’s oil… i’m using it for saatvik n sumtimes olive oil tooo but its gud for him :haanji: :haanji: … i use it, or it gets used automatically when i massage my son so i rub it on my hands n face.. :whistle: :whistle:

  5. I loooww this oil, great for non winter months and as eye makeup remover.

    Wonder why you cant use on kiddoos ?:)

  6. Hey aarthi,
    i used to remove my makeup with this oil but a year back my dermatologist adviced me against it. Apparently it was clogging my pores which i can believe because i have been struggling with blackheads and whiteheads.
    However, I dilute the johnson’s moisturizer and use that as a body moisturizer especially in summers, simply love it! 🙂

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