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Moisturizing on the Go: Vaseline Intensive Care Aloe Soothe Spray Moisturizer

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Vaseline Intensive Care Aloe Soothe Spray Moisturizer

I’m big on moisturizer. I love how soft my skin feels when it is well moisturized. Keeping my skin well moisturized also has the side benefit of helping keep my skin’s moisture barrier intact (there’s some doctor lingo for you!) and therefore it helps keep my eczema under control. That’s a win-win in my book! If I could remember or had the time, I’d reapply moisturizer to my whole body many times a day. But, the truth is that I just don’t have time to do that.

Vaseline Intensive Care Aloe Soothe Spray Moisturizer
So, here’s my compromise. Kind of.

That’s a bottle of Vaseline Intensive Care Aloe Soothe Spray Moisturizer sitting on the vanity in my walk in closet (yes, I have a cheap necklace addiction). Whenever I’m in there changing clothes or grabbing something, I can spray it on my legs or arms quickly. It’s pretty lightweight, and it absorbs very quickly into my skin but doesn’t feel sticky or heavy. Instead, it’s super soft, and dry. I’ve been using the Aloe version this summer, it’s perfect as a post-sun lotion.


So, yes. I’ve been spraying on a bit of moisturizer in my closet this summer. It only takes a minute or so, and my skin is so much softer because of it!

What are you using as your after sun lotion?

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Vaseline. The opinions and text are all mine.

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I’m a doctor, a mommy and a bit of a beauty addict. If you let me, I can take 2 hours to get ready in the morning. Really. I'm on a quest for faster beauty that works!

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7 Comments

  1. 8.5.20
    Havina said:

    hi! I’m a little bit confused where to write this but I just bought Vaseline Body Lotion. since I’m trying to conceive, could you please take a look at the ingredients please?

    Water, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Glycerin, Niacinamide, Triethanolamine, Dimethicone, Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Perfume, Petrolatum, Vaccinium Macrocarpon (Cranberry) Fruit Juice, Cyclopentasiloxane, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Disodium EDTA, BHT, Propylene Glycol, Citric Acid, Trideceth-9, Bisabolol

    • 8.5.20
      Christine said:

      This has chemical sunscreens, so it’s ok for nursing but not pregnancy. I would act as if I’m already pregnant while TTC.

      • 8.5.20
        havina said:

        well I’m gonna give the lotion to my husband then. which one is the chemical sunscreen anyway? because I only know oxybenzone, octinoxate, octisalate, avobezone as chemical sunscreen.
        is it the methoxydibenzoylmetane?

        • 8.5.20
          Christine said:

          Those are more “trade” names for sunscreens, they’re using the chemical names here. Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate (octinoxate or Eusolex 2292) and Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane (Avobenzone) are both in this formulation. It took me a long time of checking many products before I could just recognize a sunscreen, sometimes I’ll see a chemical I don’t recognize and it just “feels sunscreen-y” to me, so I google it and it is LOL I have some issues though

          • 8.5.20
            havina said:

            oh I see.. thank you for your time anyway doc! I swear talking to you somehow is more informative than my obgyn lol

          • 8.5.20
            Christine said:

            In pediatrics we get training on this, I’m not sure how much OBs learn about it unless they’re interested? I think it varies by residency program. But Peds we LOVE to talk about nursing, and the during pregnancy stuff is an extension of that and comes from talking to moms about their new pregnancy while seeing the older kiddo. We just love talking to moms 🙂

          • 8.7.20
            havina said:

            when I asked my obgyn about pregnancy safe skincare/make up, he just told me to avoid hydroquinon, mercury or any ‘whitening’ products and retinoids. I never knew that chemical sunscreen, salycilate, hydroxy acids are not pregnancy safe. so you have no idea how grateful I am to find your blog, I read it religiously and how amazing you are for taking time and answering questions. you’re the best!

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