Saturday, April 29, 2017

Review : Vaseline Intensive Care Spray Moisturizer (Aloe Soothe)

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Today I am going to review Vaseline's intensive care spray moisturizer continuous spray in the aloe soothe variant.

There are three variants available in the market namely:
  • Aloe Soothe
  • Deep Moisture
  • Cocoa Radiant
Product Information:
  • Absorbs in seconds
  • Moisturizes to help heal dry skin
  • Instantly leaves skin soft,not greasy or sticky
  • Dispenses evenly with on all-over spray
  • Use daily for best results
  • Hold 4 inches(10cm) from skin and spray all over body in a continuous motion
  • Quickly rub into skin to moisturize instant
  • Non-greasy
  • With micro-droplets of vaseline jelly
  • Convenient spray lotion.
  • Use immediately post shower or any time your skin feels dry.                                           

Price : AED 26 / $ 5.97

Quantity : 190 ml

Shelf-life : 24 months

Ingredients :                                 
In Pic : Ingredients of the Vaseline's intensive care spray-moisturizer

My Experience:
In Pic : Swatch of the product

  • The packaging looks like a body-spray, only this time the product is in the form of a body-moisturizer and not a mist!
  • Packaging is cool.The product comes in a cylindrical green-coloured tin-bottle 
  • The bottle has a twist-open cap that needs to be rotated in order to lock/unlock the bottle
  • This secures the product inside the bottle and prevents spillage of the product
  • Sleek packaging
  • Can be carried away along anywhere
  • The dispenser is of appropriate size,we get sufficient quantity dispensed in one go!
  • The continuous spray claim is correct.The packaging is appropriate to do a continuous product spray                                        
In Pic: Product - claims

In Pic : Nozzle of the body spray-moisturizer
Formula & Texture:
  • The moisturizer is of white colour
  • The body moisturizer has a very thin consistency unlike the the regular aloe soothe body moisturizer range from Vaseline that has kind of thick & creamy consistency
  • Of course , the moisturizer's consistency has to be thin to get sprayed easily onto the body
  • Very light-weight
  • Not greasy at all
  • Key ingredient glycerin keeps the skin moisturized
  • The moisturizer keeps the skin moisturized
  • Did not experience any kind of dryness throughout the day.Totally depends on skin-needs and different skin-types
  • Yes,the product is non-greasy and apt for people with dry skin type
  • Also,if the product is used on a daily basis,any kind of skin-dryness is taken care of...totally agree.I have been using it daily.
  • For spraying the moisturizer continuously we need to keep the dispenser's head pressed and move all over the area we want to moisturize.It works just fine.
The body moisturizer smells exactly like the Vaseline's regular-range of body moisturizer in the aloe soothe variant.The fragrance is of aloe which is very strong but,soothing and I love it!

Applied only once in a day on moist skin.Lasts all day long on the skin.It totally depends on the skin-needs and types.

  • The fragrance can be over-whelming to people with very sensitive nose.I love the aloe-fragrance very much!
  • No SPF
Will I re-purchase?
Yes,surely. I really love this product and highly recommend that you check out the other variants as well!The product does what has been claimed by the company.Best part is that it's non greasy and is very it

In India:Deep Restore & Cocoa Radiant variants of the body spray-moisturizer are available on

All the three variants are available in Carrefour stores.
Online on

Check out the details at the end of the post! :)

Note : Be careful and do not spray product on the floor by mistake, it will make the floor slippery.
Also,the product is not really paraben-free.Has Methyl & Propyl parabens as preservatives
Have you tried the Intensive Care Body Spray Moisturizer by Vaseline?
Which is your favorite moisturizer?Do share
What are Parabens?
Parabens are a class of widely used preservatives in cosmetic and pharmaceutical products. Chemically, they are a series of parahydroxybenzoates or esters of parahydroxybenzoic acid (also known as 4-hydroxybenzoic acid). Parabens are effective preservatives in many types of formulas. These compounds, and their salts, are used primarily for their bactericidal and fungicidal properties. They can be found in shampoos, commercial moisturizersshaving gelspersonal lubricantstopical/parenteral pharmaceuticals, spray tanning solution, makeup,[1] and toothpaste. They are also used as food additives.
Source : wikipedia
Are Parabens safe?
Preservatives are added to personal care and cosmetic products to prevent the growth of fungi and bacteria that may be introduced by the consumer during use. Any product that contains water is susceptible to being spoiled by the growth of fungi or bacteria, causing problems such as unsightly mold growth, discoloration, mal-odor or breakdown of the product. Under certain conditions, an inadequately preserved product can become contaminated, allowing dangerous levels of microorganisms to grow. Cosmetic products may be exposed to bacteria and fungi during product use due to contact with the skin or applicators that contact the skin. Parabens are widely used in all types of cosmetics to prevent these changes and protect the consumer. 

The U.S. FDA has classified methyl and propyl paraben as GRAS, which means they are Generally Regarded As Safe by medical and toxicological experts for use in preserving food. The FDA has also stated that parabens are safe for use in cosmetics.

Source :
What is Di-methicone?
A silicone oil consisting of dimethylsiloxane polymers, usually incorporated into a petrolatum base or a nongreasy preparation and used for the protection of normal skin against various, chiefly industrial, skin irritants; may also be used to prevent diaper dermatitis.
Source : wikipedia

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