Product Praise ft. Aveeno Moisturising Lotion

If you had read this post and this post you would have got some insight about the personality of my skin. If you haven’t read it, please take a few minutes to speed-read through those posts (they are quite long!) to get an idea of how I deal with my skin’s moody personality.

As you can already tell from the title, this blog post is all about Aveeno. Before I begin to praise this product, I need to tell you a story. This short story is all about how I started using this product and what made me choose this particular product.

Currently, Aveeno Daily Moisturising Lotion is my every day morning moisturising lotion (yes that means I use a different moisturiser in the evenings/night and the reasons behind this must be justified in a whole new blog post!). Before using this product, I was obsessed with using Vitamin E Moisture Cream or Vitamin E Illuminating Moisture Cream.

Vitamin E Moisture Cream & Vitamin E Illuminating Moisture Cream
Vitamin E Moisture Cream & Vitamin E Illuminating Moisture Cream

My obsessions into using these products spread and now even my sister and mum uses them. My skin loved this moisturiser, but after a while, like usual, my skin started to protest and the aftermath left on my skin was a little sore for the eyes. The moisturiser was too rich for my oily and acne-prone skin and since that protest, I have been very cautious and was on the hunt for a perfect moisturiser for my not-so-perfect skin. This hunt led me to Aveeno. Now if you ask me why I chose Aveeno as my morning moisturiser, I can sum them up in just two reasons:

These reasons pushed me to be brave enough to introduce my skin to Aveeno and I haven’t looked back since.

Let the Product Praise begin!

For someone who is dealing with acne-prone skin, Aveeno Moisturising Lotion has been a real treat and my skin is been loving it since day one of me using it. It is very light and easy on the skin. Moreover, a little of it goes a long way and also, its fragrant free nature is an added bonus too.  It has always been a struggle finding a moisturiser that is suitable for my acne-prone, oily skin type but this product has proved its worth. My foundation stays on for a lot longer and the best part is that, my face does not end up looking like a disco ball at the end of the day!

Aveeno Daily Moisturising Lotion
Aveeno Daily Moisturising Lotion

The price of this product is very reasonable for the full 300ml bottle, coming in at (full price) £7.15 in Superdrug and £7.64 in Boots (currently on sale in Boots for £5.10!). My positive experience with Aveeno has encouraged me to venture out and try other Aveeno products and one of products that I am equally loving is the Aveeno Moisturising Creamy Oil. It smells gorgeous and feels divine on my skin.

Aveeno Moisturising Creamy Oil
Aveeno Moisturising Creamy Oil

Aveeno, my skin really loves you, you know?!

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12 thoughts on “Product Praise ft. Aveeno Moisturising Lotion

  1. chestergriffis February 11, 2015 / 3:57 pm

    Hi Joanne & Chester, check out our website http://loveitsoap
    We have daily videos on Health Wealth Happiness
    We have a wonderful natural soap, with Certified Organic oils that will be
    wonderful for your skin type. Suggest you do research on the alcohols in your product and what they do for your skin.

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  2. SkinConciergeMaiko February 17, 2015 / 7:48 pm

    Hi lovely! Those really look good, is that creamy oil like thick moisturizing lotion? My body got super dry these days, I need thicker cream :.(

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  3. Monetta-Jade Pierre February 20, 2015 / 1:08 am

    Tinu, thanks so much for the support with my blog. I think I have tried Aveeno before on my skin, but I am willing to give this product another try and create a post all about it inspired by you. My skin has a moody personality too so hopefully it will behave soon. Keep up the good work and congrats on the nominations xx

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  4. odafagerland February 26, 2015 / 4:31 am

    I have also been using the vitamin E facial cremes from Body shop, but my skin didn’t like it at all and I had to stop after a couple of weeks. It’s annoying how hard it can be to find a creme that actually helps you. Still looking for that one perfect creme.

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    • withtinu February 26, 2015 / 6:43 pm

      Totally agree with what you said about finding the right type of moisturiser etc. It is really trial and error. Hope you find one that suits your skin type 😄

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  5. dessiENCORE February 28, 2015 / 6:40 am

    Aveeno truley is a wonderful product. with my acne clients I would wash there face with crushed oatmeal and you wouldn’t believe the sucess, of just incorporating it daily. my husband and children have eczema and if I’m to lazy to oatmeal bath the baby I just lather him in aveeno and the hydration, I could kiss that bottle of lotion

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      • dessiENCORE March 1, 2015 / 8:32 pm

        no problem, that’s my job , let me know how it works out for you

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  6. lauren March 15, 2015 / 5:48 pm

    I’m really glad I visited your blog. I read the other two posts before this one, and I applaud you for telling others not to let their skin define them or stop them from living. I really like your review, I’ll put these to products on my list of “maybe.” I have really sensitive skin, and have to be really careful with the products I use (especially one my face). Thank you, by the way, for stopping by my blog.

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    • withtinu March 16, 2015 / 12:22 pm

      Thank you so much for your lovely comments! 😄 yes I have a list of “maybe” products too but cautious about trying them all out. Have a good day! 😄

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