Dry Oil Spray . . .

Jan 28, 2007
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Does anyone ever use dry oil spray? What kind? What does it do? How do you like it? What else can you tell me about it? I am curious but not sure if I want to purchase... thanks! :smile:
 

bnjj

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I've used different dry oil sprays over the years and am currently using one by Avon's Skin So Soft and quite like it. I spray it mainly on my legs.
 

claireZk

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I've used a few different kinds. It works really well if you spray it on after a shower. It's just like putting on regular body oil, but less messy.
 

Bagluvluv

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I use chanel no. 5's dry spray on oil....I like that it disappears quickly but for moisturization I think that lotions are better....

There is one by Fresh...sake something or other and I hear great things about it. I think that the dry oil is a good and quick-on the go- spray with less mess.
 

harlem_cutie

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I use a variety from an etailer - madcitysue at etsy.com. I put them on immediately after shower when I don't feel like lotion. My current fave is Satsuma.
 

gillianna

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Bliss has a great one with a lemon scent. I also like Neutrogena (sp?). I think the dry oil sprays are great. You sking is so soft after using them.
 

DlkinVegas

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The only I have tried is Paula Begoun's. It left my skin silky soft but the natural vanilla scent was too strong for me. If the scent wasnt as strong I would buy & use it regularly.
 

DlkinVegas

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It never stained my clothes, just make sure you use it sparingly & wait a few minutes before you get dressed. Dry oils are not a good idea if you have or are prone to body breakouts.
 

Purses

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I've used it and it is nice, but after some time, I found it does not do the same job as a moisturizer.
 

HauteMama

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I use it in the the summer when my skin is less likely to be dry. I rarely have dry skin problems unless it is the middle of winter, and even that never happened until I was over 30, so something less moisturizing in the warm months is ideal for me.
 
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