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I'm 17 and I still use Johnson's baby products? Watch

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    Do you think this is weird...?
    I actually love their products!
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    (Original post by harlowberry)
    Do you think this is weird...?
    I actually love their products!
    I'm with you pal, and appreciably older than you are. I put the baby powder in my undies. Great stuff.
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    I'm also 17 and same here! Makes my skin so damn soft
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    Yeh i use the baby lotion because I like how its not heavy and greasy and it doesnt break me out and is good for my sensitive skin!!
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    Nothing wrong with that. People of all ages use Johnson's baby oil etc! Just because it's gentle enough to use on babies doesn't mean that it's childish for mature people to use it. It's probably good for those with sensitive skin etc.
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    Nothing wrong with that at all. I have to use their baby shampoo since I have psoriasis

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    My dad uses their Baby Lotion and he's 66
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    They're very good, gentle products.

    I tend to wash dogs with Johnson's baby shampoo.
 
 
 
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