Friday, 25 February 2011

CEW Finds and Favourites - Jergens Cocoa Butter Body Moisturiser

I have waxed lyrical about my love for Jergens before so was pleased to see them entered into the awards this year.

Well my old favourite Age Defying with Green Tea has, I'm afraid, been replaced with this little gem:

Jergens Cocoa Butter is wonderfully moisturing without being sticky or tacky, keeps the skin hydrated all day, is 96% naturally derived - and smells DIVINE. One of my (many) favourite things is the smell of coconut/cocoa butter. I was raised in Mississippi with holidays in the Deep South and the smell takes me straight back to those days - and frankly in this weather gives me a reminder of sunny times ahead!
The Jergens scent is subtle and very pleasant. It is not at all overpowering like some coconut products can be and sits very softly on the skin.

If you haven't tried Jergens before or indeed if you are simply a fan of the smell of coconut - give it a go. Lush.

Jergens is available in all major chemists and some supermarkets and is an astonishingly bargainous £4.99.


9 comments:

  1. I love Jergens, I got my love for it from you and no-one will take it away from me :-)

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  2. I try all kinds of lotions in search of that perfect mix of moisture and non greasy feeling and my go to lotion is jergens shea butter. So inexpensive and perfect texture. LOVE will have to try the natural line.

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  3. I am not a fan of slapping on body lotions but Jergens is one I would consider repurchasing - I bought the hydrating and softening ones when they launched and I don't think I've ever used a lotion up so quickly, they smell divine as well as actually being moisturising. I really would like to try all the others although once I use up some existing products.

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  4. I looked into Jergens today, but they now seem to have mineral oil in? :(

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  5. Hi Caroline, I'm confused. Like the woman above, I see mineral oil in Jergens moisturisers. The same for the Garnier one you mention somewhere else. Can you please comment on this as I know you dislike MO? I don't mean to be a pain but it's a but befuddling. Thanks so much.

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    1. Hi!

      Of course - I've mentioned previously that I don't mind using inexpensive body lotions that contain MO - some of my first posts mention it I think - I just don't use it on my face/neck/eyes. Skin is thinner, more prone to breakouts, needs thinner formulas etc xx

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    2. Thanks for replying. I suspected this to be the case but felt it needed extra clarification. I have a Jergens moisturiser and do like the speed it absorbs and it's effective. Although, I still prefer Body Shop butters. XX

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    3. Thanks for replying. I suspected this to be the case but felt it needed more clarification. I have a Jergens moisturiser and do like the speed it absorbs and it's effective. Although, I still prefer The Body Shop butters. XX

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    4. Thanks for replying. I suspected this to be the case but felt it needed extra clarification. I have a Jergens moisturiser and do like the speed it absorbs and it's effective. Although, I still prefer Body Shop butters. XX

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