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JERGENS Daily Moisture Dry Skin Moisturizer Body Lotion 621ml
Save: 16%Origin : USA
- Smoothes and relieves rough, dry skin. With an illuminating Hydralucence™ blend, Silk Proteins and Citrus Extracts.
- Provides a continuous multi-layer of moisture to smooth skin and improve skin’s tone, texture and luminosity.
- DAILY USE MOISTURIZER WITH SILK PROTEIN – Infused with silk protein, this formula works to smooth and improve the texture of dry skin
- Formulated with our breakthrough Hydralucence blend, this Daily Moisturizer provides long-lasting hydration for visibly enhanced skin tone, texture, and luminosity
This body lotion is similar to the Jergens Daily Moisture Fragrance-Free Dry Skin Moisturizer, except this version contains fragrance and a tiny amount of fragrant plant juices, all of which are potentially irritating. Otherwise, it’s one of the most bare-bones body moisturizers from Jergens, and that’s an understatement.
The formula lacks just about any beneficial ingredients for skin, except glycerin and mineral oil. Despite its similarity to the aforementioned Jergens moisturizer, this isn’t worth considering because the citrus juices it contains are irritants, and the lemon juice can cause a phototoxic reaction when applied to skin that will be exposed to sunlight.
- Does not contain elegant skin-repairing, soothing, or antioxidant ingredients to help sensitive, dry skin.
- Formula is very ordinary, leaving any skin type wanting and needing far more.
- The fruit juices have strong potential to be irritating (see More Info).
Irritation, whether you see it on the surface of your skin or not, causes inflammation and as a result impairs healing, damages collagen, and depletes the vital substances your skin needs to stay young. For these reasons, it is best to eliminate, or minimize as much as possible, your exposure to known skin irritants, especially when there are brilliant formulas available that do not include these types of problematic ingredients (Sources: Inflammation Research, December 2008, pages 558–563; Skin Pharmacology and Physiology, June 2008, pages 124–135, and November-December 2000, pages 358–371; Journal of Investigative Dermatology, April 2008, pages 15–19; Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, March 2008, pages 78–82; Mechanisms of Aging and Development, January 2007, pages 92–105; and British Journal of Dermatology, December 2005, pages S13–S22).