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Spray and go moisturisers - any good?

(13 Posts)
DaftSkunk Wed 05-Mar-14 11:41:34

Are they any good or do they take a while to dry? Can anyone recommend a good one? Thanks!

confusedalways Wed 05-Mar-14 11:43:00

I've got the dove cocoa butter one which I quite like. Much quicker than moisturising. And good if I'm feeling lazy! wink

cloudskitchen Wed 05-Mar-14 19:37:39

I used the spray suncreams last year for the first time and found them really good.

Skivvywoman Thu 06-Mar-14 07:11:49

I use the cocoa butter Vaseline one it's great just to spray and gosmile

VestaCurry Thu 06-Mar-14 07:19:56

I have the Vaseline cocoa butter one too - it's fab! Smells lovely, quick to apply and does not stick to clothes. I'm going to buy the others in the range now.

dexter73 Thu 06-Mar-14 07:34:56

I didn't find them very good but that could be because I have very dry skin.

muser31 Thu 06-Mar-14 09:00:27

do you think these would be suitable for toddlers!? i am always trying to get cream on mine as she has dryish skin (not too bad) and she never lets me put it on. sounds like a great idea.

DaftSkunk Thu 06-Mar-14 09:24:38

Thanks, will give some a go then!

70isaLimitNotaTarget Thu 06-Mar-14 10:08:00

I use the spray on sunscreen on my DC in summer (UltraSun) mainly for quick coverage and a 14 yo doesn't really want his mum rubbing cream into his back grin

My DD used the Vaseline Spray & Go stuff (at a friends house) she loved it.

Floisme Thu 06-Mar-14 10:13:09

Spray on suncream is good if you've got kids who won't stand still but spray on moisturiser? For grown ups? I don't get it - takes me 30 seconds, max, to slap some cream on - what am I missing? grin

Skivvywoman Thu 06-Mar-14 12:17:08

It's lighter than a cream and you can dress straight away without it sticking to you

CointreauVersial Thu 06-Mar-14 13:16:50

I have the Vaseline spray-on one, and it is super super quick to apply, and soaks in like a shot.

But if my legs are really dry I think I get better results from a rub-in body butter or similar.

So I tend to use the spray-on one during the week, and more moisturising stuff at the weekend when I have more time.

Floisme Thu 06-Mar-14 13:24:11

Ah so body, not face moisturiser - I get it now duh grin Thanks.

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