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Winter wreaks havoc on my skin. Between the cold temperatures, the dry air, and of course, the cold wind outside, my poor skin is so dry and it seems like it is a never ending battle. Lately, I have turned to using this easy sugar scrub in the shower (especially after shaving my legs!) and it is the perfect prep for my newest asset for my dry skin- Jergens Wet Skin Moisturizer.
The food coloring is completely optional, but I love the vibrant color it brings to the scrub. This makes a great gift and the possibilities are endless! Lemon, grapefruit, and peppermint would be other great ones. If you don’t have essential oils, you can use the juice from one lemon, two limes, or half a grapefruit.
After exfoliating with my sugar scrub, I use Jergens Wet Skin Moisturizer to lock in the moisture in my skin. Just apply while your skin is still wet, then dry as normal. There’s no need to rinse and it absorbs 2 times faster for soft skin for 24 hours.
You can find Jergens Wet Skin Moisturizer at Walmart in the lotion aisle! My favorite so far is the Calming Green Tea Oil.
What kind will you try first? Coconut Oil, Monoi Oil, or Green Tea Oil?