Clipping Money: Baby Magic Creamy Baby Oil Review and Giveaway


Baby Magic Creamy Baby Oil Review and Giveaway

I was super excited when I received a package from Baby Magic to review.  I have always loved Baby Magic products. Why?? Well, for two reasons! First, I love putting lotions and oil on my daughter after her bath! It's been something that we have done for the past 4 years. Second, my skin is starting to get dried out now that the colder weather is here, it needs some attention now... before it's too late! 

I really never thought about using baby products before for my own dry skin before. I usually have my separate bottle but I was very pleased at the NEW Baby Magic Creamy Baby Oil! The scent of this creamy baby oil is light, clean and flowery scented. It is really a lotion, with just a hint of oil added. It goes on to your skin like a lotion and leaves our skin feeling soft and nourished.  I love how naturally light it smells. It's not overpowering where you feel like you put too much on. I love putting it on after a bath or shower. In the morning my skin is STILL super soft and it does not irritate my skin. The Baby Magic Creamy Baby Oil is made in the USA and is a great, all-day moisturizer. SCORE!!!!

Here are some features of the Baby Magic Creamy Baby Oil:
  • Extra moisturizing
  • Enriched with vitamins A, E, D, and aloe
  • Hypoallergenic
  • All-day moisturizer
  • Dermatologist tested
  • Available in 16.5oz
You can purchase the Baby Magic Creamy Baby Oil by visiting them online at! You can like Baby Magic on Facebook to stay up to date on their latest news, you can follow them on twitter and/or subscribe to their youtube page.

One lucky Clipping Money reader is going to SCORE a bottle of Baby Magic's Creamy Baby Oil. Please enter using the rafflecopter form below. Only the mandatory entries are required. All other entries are optional. Opened to US only and ends 10/29
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.