I really hate reviewing items without a proper picture taken by myself but I am finding it so hard to take ones of this without the light shining off of the tube that I have given up as I wanted to talk about this fab moisturiser today!
I haven't ever actually tried a Jergens product and it is one of the many things that I was sent on my 6 week or so sabbatical from proper blogging when I had no internet access at home.
This is the perfect moisturiser to keep at work to use if, like my office, your air conditioning makes your skin drier than you would think humanely possible. My skin looks scaly at the end of the day if I don't apply moisturiser to my hands and arms and in the Summer when I am not wearing my tights I put it on my legs and feet in the mornings too when I get to work (this will be why I get in a bit before everyone else, to fit in all of my morning rituals)!
The Jergens cocoa butter isn't anywhere near as thick and scented as Palmer's cocoa butter which is perfect for a quick use in the morning, whereas the Palmers is more suited to after a shower or bath or when you have more time to let it sink in. This one isn't going to be good for your stretchmarks compared to the Palmers as it just isn't thick enough, well that and the fact that most creams don't do anything for your stretchmarks anyway as they are scars (having had to have a course of dermaroller and skin needling to get rid of mine I can't see how a cream can do anything).
The tube is huge (200ml) and for the small amount you need to use (around a 50p size per leg, 20p size per arm) it is going to last you ages. This is a great everyday moisturiser that is cheap and cheerful and will make your skin softer and more radiant. I can't say it's the best moisturiser that I have ever used but it encompasses everything I would want in a moisturiser to leave at work:
All in all I would give this moisturiser 7/10 which could be improved by slightly nicer packaging and a slightly thicker formula just so it would moisturise a tiny bit more.