Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder

Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder

It’s review time and tonight, I decided I will talk about the Johnson & Johnson baby powder. I know, this is definitely not a thing to talk about when you’re not a mommy blogger but guys, this baby powder is the highlight of my 2017.

How is baby powder the highlight of the current year?

I’ve been seeing some youtubers use it and say only good things about it so I decided to finally give it a try. Why now? Because I am so sick of greasy hair and oily face after 6 hours of make-up on.

How I use baby powder?

There are several uses of this product, you can use it to bake your face, you can use it as a dry shampoo and also if you have a problem with sweat. In my case, I only use it for the first two purposes.

How it helped?

The first time I used it, it was to powder my face. Lately, I’ve been double powdering (using two different powders) after make-up and it kind of helped me combat oils. But since I change my make-up routine every month (yes, I am that lunatic), one of the products I changed and I wanted to discover was this baby powder. Its texture is really soft, it doesn’t leave a white patch, it smells good and it stays longer than a regular face powder.

The second use was as a dry shampoo, since I’ve had my hair taken care of (I will talk about this in another post), I struggled a lot with oiliness and since I don’t necessarily have time to wash my hair every two days, I became a dry shampoo user. Batiste was not doing it for me so I deciced I would go for a cheaper alternative and surprisingly, it worked. Sometimes the products we underestimate are maybe the ones that will work better 😉 And ps, you can use it as a dry shampoo twice 😉

Currently, this baby powder is not leaving the vanity. Even Yasmine who is a person that is hard to convince, she liked it. So what more can I say? 😀

I hope you girls give it a try, it’s not expensive and it works. Let me know 😉

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4 Comments

  • Nour February 28, 2017 8:58 am

    hihihihih true it works better than Batiste for me too! (y)

    • Skinnyjeaans February 28, 2017 11:05 am

      hahahah contente que ça soit la même remarque :p

      Yasmine,
      xx

  • Fadwa Azhari March 24, 2017 1:43 am

    Je te conseillerai de tester aussi la Maizena en tapotant sur les cheveux à la racine avec un petit pinceau style kabuki. Je trouve que ça rend la texture des cheveux plus légère qu’avec le talc. Je le fais avant de dormir et le matin mes cheveux sont nickels et sans trace blanche.
    Bisous

    • Skinnyjeaans March 26, 2017 10:43 pm

      La Maizena 😀 Jamais pensé à ça haha, merci pour l’astuce Fadwa :p

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