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Say No To These Drugstore Body Lotions

Posted on Dec 10, 2009 at 9:44AM

Drugstore Body Lotions NOT to Try readers say these moisturizers are a no-go

Drugstore Body Lotions NOT to Try

Lotions today claim to do so much more than merely moisturize. Some claim to beat cellulite, stop hair growth and slow down aging, but do they deliver? Well, some probably do, but not the ones on this list. readers say these ones didn't live up to their claims, plus, some of them had issues with greasiness and scent (ew!). Read on to see which cheapie lotions you shouldn't buy.

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No. 9: Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion With Sunscreen, $8.99 average reader rating: 7

No. 9: Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion With Sunscreen, $8.99

"It's strange because their [Aveeno's] actual sunscreens smell less like a sunscreen than this …"

No. 8: Burt's Bees Radiance Body Lotion with Royal Jelly, $8.99 average reader rating: 7

No. 8: Burt's Bees Radiance Body Lotion with Royal Jelly, $8.99

"The scent is too strong" and "sort of smells like wet gauze …"

No. 7: Jergens Age Defying Multi-Vitamin Moisturizer, $7.49 average reader rating: 6.8

No. 7: Jergens Age Defying Multi-Vitamin Moisturizer, $7.49

"This one doesn't do anything more for anti-aging than any of their other products …"

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