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Joke Bath Forumla
on 8 January 2014
I used Oilatum bath about 10 years ago... something like that. I got it from a pharmacy on prescription and it was brilliant back then - could really feel how soft the skin was afterwards. However with this, I don't notice much of a difference. Did they change something?
Another annoyance with this stuff is that not only is it super expensive, but some idiot decided to use a non-easy pour spout and a stupid lid. End result? Every time you put the lid back on, it leaks down the sides of the lid and the bottle. Not the smartest design.
Overall, mildly moisturising but I think keeping a bottle of Cetraben emollient on a shelf in the bathroom is a better way of moisturising the skin after having a bath/shower and is probably a better way of doing it whilst the skin is damp.
Wouldn't recommend this based on price/quantity vs effectiveness.
Try Cetraben Emollient on damp skin immediately after you bath - it's a much better option.