Johnsonâ ™s Dreamy Skin Body Range moisturises skin with vitamins and skin conditioners. It contains Aromasoothe ®, a blend of Moonflower and Lavender, designed to help calm and relax the senses for a better nightâ ™s sleep.
I really do like body wash as it makes showering so much easier, recently in the supermarket I let my daughter choose a body wash and she decided this would be a good one. I wasn't so sure as I like to shower in the mornings but thought that I would give it a go.
I have noticed that I do sometimes break out in rashes so that was also a concern but I haven't had any reaction at all from this body wash. I read the bottle and it says it should help me to relax enough to sleep but since I'm using it in the mornings I don't notice anything making me feel sleepy. I have had a sniff but don't notice any strong smell from the product at all.
I'm not wanting to try it at night as I often find that if a product says that it might cause drowsiness than quite often it just puts me to sleep so I'm not too sure about using this at night as I do want to be able to sleep easily but don't want to be in such a deep sleep that I feel like I have just had surgery and waking from the operation as some products have that effect on me.
Overall this product does clean and does make me feel nice and relaxed but I probably wouldn't worry too much about buying it again.
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