Cult of Aveeno

 Posted by on August 28, 2010
Aug 282010

Aveeno positively nourishing hydrating body wash

I love a nice relaxing shower after a long day at work, it helps me unwind and sleep at night. As you can imagine I like to stock my bathroom with lots of shower gels, scrubs and body washes. So when I saw Aveeno Active Naturals Positively Nourishing Hydrating body wash in Duane Reade, I took a whiff and decided to give it a try. Aveeno is a regular beauty staple in my home because it’s great for sensitive skin and my family loves it. In fact, my family always has several Aveeno products in our home on any given day:

Aveeno positively nourishing hydrating body wash

So what makes this body wash so special? Well I’m glad that you asked. This body wash contains shea butter which¬† is a natural ingredient know for it’s moisturizing properties and fig for healthier-looking skin (and a great scent).

Aveeno positively nourishing hydrating body wash

First I must mention that this body wash smells divine. The scent is light (you can definitely smell the fig) and deliciously fruity. The fragrance is amplified by the shower steam creating an aromatherapy experience for your senses. Yes bath time can be an amazing, relaxing, transcendental experience! The body wash lathers well, rinses clean and doesn’t leave my skin dry. If you have a preference for products with a delicately feminine scent then look no further. This Positively Nourishing formula is available in three other options/scents: Calming with ylang-ylang, chamomile, lavender, Energizing with lemongrass, grapefruit, rosemary and Smoothing with pomegranate. Hey, it’s all about options, right?

Aveeno Active Naturals positively nourishing body wash is $6.99/16 Oz

  2 Responses to “Cult of Aveeno”

  1. Love this product, great article.

  2. Im glad to know you like this! I love aveeno,. I am going to check these out!

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